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#XAU/USD# Price going for a retest to buy long term

Gold is heading up

#XAU/USD# Broke out of the trendline and we are going to buy on the retracement and the target will be 1970.


#NZD/USD# The price is in growing trend. It's touched support line and will grow to one of strong resistance lines.

UK Hiring Activity Recovers As More Part Of Economy Reopens: REC/KPMG

UK firms reported further rise in hiring activity in September and job vacancies climbed for the first time since February, the latest KPMG and REC Report on Jobs revealed Thursday. According to the report compiled by IHS Markit, permanent placement grew the most in nearly two years, and temp billin

Asian Open: Market Update

Join ACY Securities Chief Market Analyst, Alistair Schultz, as he runs through the news and analysis you need to know for the Asian market open. Asian Stocks are expecting mild gains in today’s start to the final quarter of 2020, but in 2020 fashion there are also bank holidays that may affect volum

bitFlyer Launches Cross-Border Platform, Connecting EU with Japan

Photo: Reuters Cryptocurrency exchange bitFlyer announced this Wednesday that it has launched cross-border trading on its platform, providing its users in Europe with access to Japan’s bitcoin markets from its European-regulated platform. According to bitFlyer’s statement today, the crypto exchang

AUD/USD Daily Report

Daily Pivots: (S1) 0.7088; (P) 0.7113; (R1) 0.7156; Intraday bias in AUD/USD remains neutral as consolidation from 0.7005 is extending. Upside of recovery should be limited below 0.7192 support turned resistance to bring another decline. On the downside, break of 0.7005 will resume the fall from 0.7

USD/CAD Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.3355; (P) 1.3387; (R1) 1.3422; Intraday bias in USD/CAD remains neutral at this point. Further rise is expected as long as 1.3171 support holds. Break of 1.3418 will resume the rise from 1.2994 short term bottom, and target 38.2% retracement of 1.4667 to 1.2994 at 1.3633, to cor

30.09 - Price Analysis: EUR/GBP stays on the front foot

EUR/GBP rises to 0.9140, up 0.11% intraday, before the European traders take over Wednesday’s market moves. The pair refreshed the weekly high on Tuesday. Hence, a descending channel formation since September 11 gains the bulls’ attention. However, a clear break above the channel’s upper line, at 0.

European equities open higher to start the day

The positive vibes continue to reverberate Eurostoxx +0.9% Germany DAX +1.6% France CAC 40 +1.4% UK FTSE +0.9% Spain IBEX +1.4% This fits with the mood from Asian trading and also US futures, which are keeping ~0.7% higher as we get things going on the session. The recovery in the equities space i

Asian Markets Mostly Higher Amid Cautious Trades

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Photo: Bloomberg New Zealand digital asset exchange, Dasset, recently announced that it has officially introduced support for Bitcoin SV (BSV) on its trading platform, with the BSV/NZD and BSV/BTC trading pairs now listed and available for use on the exchange. According to a statement from the exc

Yuan's quick appreciation may hurt China manufacturing – Herald

The 21st Century Business Herald carried an editorial opinion piece on Friday, commenting on the yuan appreciation and its implications on the Chinese manufacturing sector. Key quotes “The yuan's recent surge may attract capital inflow and encourage speculative trading which can hurt industry develo

Trade ideas thread - European session 16 September 2020

Trade ideas ladies and gentlemen please Risk sentiment gently buoying risk markets today, but it's all about the Fed today (1800GMT). So, not expecting a whole lot of action. Having said that oil is seeing some upside on production shutdowns due to hurricane Sally and a surprise draw in the inventor

ECB leaves key rates unchanged in September as expected

At its monetary policy meeting held on September10th, the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) decided to leave the interest rates on the main refinancing operations and the interest rates on the marginal lending facility and the deposit facility unchanged at 0.00%, 0.25% and -0.50%,

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