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Изменения на рынке Forex: Доллар падает, евро растет на 2,1%

Forex Market Shifts: Dollar Declines, Euro Up 2.1%

Quick Look: Federal Reserve hints at potential rate cuts, leading to higher opportunity costs for holding the US dollar. The euro has risen 2.1% against the dollar, marking gains in 13 of the last 15 trading days. The British pound approaches $1.30, benefiting from positive UK economic indicators and a weakening dollar. The forex market …

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GBP/USD достигла максимума с июля под влиянием данных по Великобритании

GBP/USD Hits Highest Since July, Driven by UK Data

Quick Look: GBP/USD surged, driven by robust UK economic data and softer US inflation. The Labour Party’s election victory bolstered investor confidence in the pound. UK GDP growth and high core inflation boosted GBP sentiment. UK inflation data release and Bank of England’s interest rate decision anticipated. GBP/USD crossed vital resistance levels, indicating a continued …

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DXY опускается до 104,80: Навигация по волатильности

DXY Dips to 104.80: Navigating Volatility

Quick Look: The US Dollar Index (DXY) dipped below the December trend line to hover around 104.80, challenging dollar bulls. Reclaiming the 104.80 level could signal a bullish reversal, potentially targeting levels like 105.10. Despite the decline, the DXY remains above the crucial 104.00 support level, making short positions on the USD risky. A strong …

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Изменения курсов валют и отчеты о занятости: Ключевые драйверы рынка

Currency Shifts and Employment Reports: Key Market Drivers

Quick Look: UK Elections Impact: Stirring currency markets; GBP-related pairs are volatile. USD Weakness: Significant fall affecting gold and silver prices; CHF also dips. Gold and Silver Analysis: Mixed signals on charts; bearish trends forming. CHFJPY Strategy: Potential long opportunity; wait for confirmation. Upcoming Reports: NFP and Canadian employment figures to drive market volatility. As …

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Wibest – Pound Sterling: Pound sterling coins. gbp

GBP/USD Faces Uncertainty Ahead of US CPI & FOMC

Quick Look: UK’s GDP showed no growth in April 2024, with declines in manufacturing, industrial production, and construction sectors. PM Rishi Sunak’s Conservative Party faces pressure ahead of the July 2024 elections amid economic and cost of living issues. The GBP/USD pair found support at 1.2736. Upside targets at 1.2800 and 1.2895, influenced by US …

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GBP/USD: British pound sterling coins. Bank of England (BoE)

GBP/USD Trading at 1.2718 with 0.03% Daily Decline

Quick Look: The short-term trend remains bullish, with GBP/USD Price at 1.2718 with a slight daily decline of 0.03%. Support at 1.2688/1.2654, resistance at 1.2800/1.2970, 21-day EMA at 1.2712, bullish MACD and RSI above 50. UK Employment Data expected job contraction of 100,000; wage growth at 6.1%, impacting inflation. The strong US Dollar impacts GBP/USD, …

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Wibest – GBP USD: A close up of a British pound coin over a chart

GBP/USD Drops to 1.2711, Eyes Further Decline to 1.2700

Quick Look: GBP/USD fell to new weekly lows due to increased US Treasury yields and Fed rate cut expectations. Michael Saunders and Neel Kashkari discussed potential rate cuts and the cautious stance of MPC and Fed. The “Evening Star” pattern suggests a bearish trend with key support at 1.2634, 1.2580, and 1.2539. The GBP/USD exchange …

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GBP/USD Soars to 1.2720 on Hotter UK CPI Data

Quick Look: GBP/USD Rally: Driven by higher-than-expected UK CPI inflation, trading near 1.2720. FOMC Minutes: Fed maintains restrictive policy, but markets doubt quick inflation control. UK Election Impact: Political uncertainty from PM Sunak’s election announcement affects GBP. On Wednesday, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) minutes revealed ongoing concerns about stubborn inflation. Fed Chair Jerome …

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GBP/USD: British pound sterling coins. Bank of England (BoE)

GBP/USD Rallies to 1.2710 as Investors Eye Key Data

Quick Look: GBP/USD rallied to 1.2710 in the early Asian session, reflecting anticipation rather than economic developments. Modest gains of 0.04%; cleared resistance levels indicate buyer momentum, yet downside risks remain. Resistance at $1.26 and $1.25; analysts see potential short-term rallies but overall downward pressure to $1.20. The GBP/USD pair trades positively around the 1.2710 …

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GBP/USD: British pound sterling coins. Bank of England (BoE)

GBP/USD Climbs 3.25%, Nears Critical Resistance at 1.2731

Quick Look: Surge: GBP rose 3.25% from its yearly low, nearing critical resistance. Key Resistance: 1.2731 (yearly open), 1.2773-1.2781 (Feb 2019 low), 1.2857 (yearly high-day close). Support Levels: 1.2575 (March low), 1.2535-1.2540 (200-day MA), 1.2423 (Dec 2022 high-day close). Events: Upcoming UK CPI and retail sales are pivotal for market sentiment. The British Pound has …

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NZD/USD - New Zealand dollar bills.

NZD Falls to 0.6000 USD Amid Weakening Economic Indicators

Quick Look: The NZD/USD current rate is 0.6000 amid bearish trends, weakening domestic indicators, and strong US data. Reserve Bank of New Zealand hints at a possible rate cut 2024 due to declining inflation expectations. Technical analysis shows NZD/USD nearing critical support, with potential deeper lows if current levels break. The New Zealand Dollar (NZD) …

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GBP/USD: British pound sterling coins. Bank of England (BoE)

BoE Holds Interest Rate at 5.25%, Awaiting Economic Shifts

Quick Look: BoE has decided to keep the interest rate unchanged at 5.25%. 7 out of 9 members supported the decision. GBP/USD saw fluctuations, trading between 1.2600 and 1.2500, with a slightly bearish market sentiment. The BoE signals caution in future rate cuts, dependent on inflation trends and economic data. In its latest policy meeting, …

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Euro is back on track

Euro Wavers: ECB Rate Signals and Mixed Global Indicators

Quick Look: ECB Vice President hints at June rate cut, influencing EUR/USD exchange rates. Mixed PMI data presents a complex economic outlook; the US shows weaker figures. Technical patterns suggest a potential decline in EUR/USD amid fluctuating forex markets. In a week filled with pivotal economic updates, the euro experienced significant fluctuations, influenced by European …

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GBP/USD: British pound sterling coins. Bank of England (BoE)

GBP/USD Down 3.7%, Tests Key Support at 1.2430

Quick Look:  GBP struggles at 1.2430 against USD, down 3.7% from March highs. CPI, retail data influence GBP/USD amid Fed and BoE rate speculations. Fed maintains firm stance on rates, BoE signals potential easing. GBP/USD faces critical support at 1.2337; traders adjust strategies amidst uncertainty. The British pound is currently on the back foot against …

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The Euro at Its Lowest Since 2020 (EUR/USD)

EUR/USD Eyes 1.0665 Amid Mixed Central Bank Signals

Quick Look: EUR/USD shows potential for a minor rebound, facing mixed market sentiments. Key support at 1.0600-1.0605, with resistance near 1.0710. Hawkish Fed vs ECB rate cut rumours fuel volatility. Upcoming economic events include UK inflation data and the ECB President’s speech. NZD strength on inflation report, GBP volatility ahead of UK data. The Euro …

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