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#OPINIONLEADER# **Currency Correlation (18 September 2021)** (1) This week, there is one pairing with strong correlation. Strong Positive Correlations: (AUD/USD, NZD/USD). Strong Negative Correlation: NA Be cautious when trading the currency pairs within each pairing concu
#OPINIONLEADER# #Signal# BUY GBPJPY 151.70 SL: 151.40 TP1: 151.90 TP2: 152.10 TP3: 152.30 Signal Analysis by LCMS Traders Currency Pair: GBPJPY BUY GBPJPY 151.70 Timeframe: H1 Step 1 - Previous News: GBP: -, JPY: - Step 2 - Trend: Down to Across, C
#OPINIONLEADER# SEP 16, 2021 UK CPI at 9-year high levelAustralian jobs market dented by Delta variant Chart 1: GBP/AUD H4 chart The UK Office of National Statistics (ONS) reported a rise in annual inflation in August to a 9-year high level of 3.2%. As mentioned in this pos
#OPINIONLEADER# #Signal# SELL GBPJPY 151.33 SL: 151.63 TP1: 151.13 TP2: 150.93 TP3: 150.73 Signal Analysis by LCMS Traders Currency Pair: GBPJPY SELL GBPJPY 151.33 Timeframe: H1 Step 1 - Previous News: GBP: Employment data continued recovery in the
#OPINIONLEADER# #Signal# SEP 15, 2021 Ascending Triangle pattern in GBP/CAD (H4)Potential upside on GBP/CAD Chart 1: GBP/CAD H4 chart Earlier today, the UK Office of National Statistics (ONS) reported that annual inflation in August hit a 9-year high level. The 1.
#OPINIONLEADER# #Signal# BUY GBPAUD 1.8878 SL: 1.8848 TP1: 1.8898 TP2: 1.8918 TP3: 1.8938 Signal Analysis by LCMS Traders Currency Pair: GBPAUD BUY GBPAUD 1.8878 Timeframe: H1 Step 1 - Previous News: GBP: Employment data continued recovery in the jo
#OPINIONLEADER# GBP/USD | Daily Forex Analysis This is the currency call where you will get market economic updates, key Support and Resistance levels, trade ideas, and more. This currency call is going to be very beneficial to both the long term investors and short term traders. Here
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