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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: September 15

Weekly Webinar: September 15

Rising wedge pattern in EUR/USD is bearish

WEEK AHEAD: SEPTEMBER 14

WEEK AHEAD: SEPTEMBER 14

Oil prices are down heavily with Brent crude having dropped from $46 to below $40 per barrel in a week. I discuss what’s pulling oil lower as well as the September Fed meeting and rundown the economic calendar for the week ahead. Thanks! Harriet

WEEK AHEAD: SEPTEMBER 07

WEEK AHEAD: SEPTEMBER 07

The EUR/USD hit a new 2-year high at the big 1.20 level but then fell back under 1.18. Is more weakness to come after the ECB meeting or will traders buy the dip. I discuss that and rundown the economic calendar for the week ahead. Thanks! Rich

Weekly Webinar: September 01

Weekly Webinar: September 01

S&P 500 Very Overbought!

WEEK AHEAD: AUGUST 31

WEEK AHEAD: AUGUST 31

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq are trading at record highs so I list three reasons the Dow Jones Industrial Average could be next do so. I also preview the week ahead with a rundown of the important events on the economic calendar. Thanks! Rich

Weekly Webinar: August 25

Weekly Webinar: August 25

GBP/USD & AUD/USD: More Pullback?!

LATEST DAILY ARTICLES

Oil up on OPEC compliance crackdown

The price of oil rose 2% on Thursday after OPEC+ promised a crackdown on compliance with its production quotas. The dollar-yen exchange rate has fallen below 105 to a 6-week low. Today the UK and Canada release retail sales.

18 September 2020

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BOE & BOJ Preview

The Fed meeting came and went without much bother, another German financial company is being accused of fraud, Japan has a new Prime Minister and today the Bank of Japan and Bank of England decide interest rates.

17 September 2020

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