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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.

Week Ahead: June 15

Week Ahead: June 15

Top 5 Things To Watch for June 15-22 Find out the TOP 5 things you need to know for trading this week by joining me for a short and lively preview of the week ahead in financial markets.

Week Ahead: June 8

Week Ahead: June 8

Is the Gold Rally OVER? + FOMC Meeting What will gold do after this week’s Fed meeting? I aim to answer that and more while I preview the week ahead in financial markets.

Week Ahead: June 1

Week Ahead: June 1

TWO UNMISSABLE EVENTS - ECB Meeting & NFP The euro-dollar currency pair took out 1.10 and the S&P 500 broke back above 3000 and its 200-day moving average last week. Looking ahead, whether those big level breaks can be sustained may hinge upon the upcoming ECB meeting and the May Non-farm payrolls report where another 10 million Americans might have lost their jobs. And of course we preview the economic calendar highlights for the week.

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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