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WEEKLY VIDEOS ANALYZING THE NEXT WEEK

Financial market analysis is a crucial part of Forex trading. Watch expert analysts explain the highlights of
the past week from financial markets and the expectations ahead of the upcoming week.

Weekly Webinar: February 23

Weekly Webinar: February 23

Has US oil peaked at $62?

WEEK AHEAD: FEBRUARY 22

WEEK AHEAD: FEBRUARY 22

Rising bond yields have been boosting the US dollar and if they keep going higher, it could send EUR/USD back under the big 1.20 level. I will discuss that and run through the economic calendar for this week in markets. Thanks! Rich

Weekly Webinar: February 16

Weekly Webinar: February 16

Silver setting up for another rally?

WEEK AHEAD: FEBRUARY 15

WEEK AHEAD: FEBRUARY 15

Brent crude oil has reached over $60 per barrel, having recovered its entire covid-related steep decline last year. I talk about whether there more gains to come or if the oil market has reached a top. I also rundown the economic calendar. Thanks! Rich

Weekly Webinar: February 09

Weekly Webinar: February 09

Brent crude oil reaches $60 per barrel!!

WEEK AHEAD: FEBRUARY 08

WEEK AHEAD: FEBRUARY 08

Two major moving averages are painting a bearish picture for gold – I explain the death cross and what I could mean for gold and precious metals this time around. I also rundown the economic calendar. Thanks! Rich

LATEST DAILY ARTICLES

Record US Coronavirus cases

Good Morning. It’s the last full trading week before the US election. EUR/USD is at its highest in 7 weeks. Wall Street closed lower last week while stocks in Hong Kong rose to the highest since Sept 3.

26 February 2021

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Swiss franc extends drop

The Swiss franc extended its weekly decline. EUR/CHF came close to its highest since October 2019. Meanwhile the Dow Jones hits a record high above 32,000. Bond yields jumped to a an annual high but fell back after comments from Fed Chair Jay Powell.

25 February 2021

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