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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 22

Weekly Webinar: September 22

BIG Breakdown in USD/JPY

WEEK AHEAD: SEPTEMBER 21

WEEK AHEAD: SEPTEMBER 21

The Chinese yuan just had its best month against the US dollar (USD/CNH) since records began in 1981. I discuss whether there is more strength to come – and also rundown the economic calendar for this week. Thanks! Rich

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!

LATEST DAILY ARTICLES

Stocks Recover as PBOC Pumps Liquidity

Stock markets rebounded strongly on Thursday, helped by an injection of liquidity by the PBOC that served to ease Evergrande concerns. The risk-on mood sent the US dollar tumbling and the pound gained after the BOE meeting.

24 September 2021

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Dollar climbs after Fed signals 2022 rate hike

The US dollar gained after the FOMC implied tapering would begin in November and rate hikes would begin next year. Stocks gained in a relief rally as Evergrande fears eased again.

23 September 2021

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