The New Zealand dollar is rising for the sixth straight day, outperforming its major peers. What is the reason? Let’s find out!
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Oil keeps rallying for the fourth day in a row after Goldman Sachs claimed that the oil market is in deficit and also because of the recent storm in the Gulf of Mexico, which led to the sharp decline of oil production. It is the best week for oil since June!
USD/TRY continues moving upwards after breaking the all-time high of 7.50. Does it have more room to keep rallying? Let’s find out.
The Japanese yen gained amid the overall risk-off sentiment on the market. Let’s discuss the details.
USD/CHF may plummet, if the Fed's statement is dovish. Jump in to know more!
The British pound outperformed the Sweden Krona, but may be pressed down by fears over no-deal Brexit. Let's discuss it in detail!
EUR/USD is edging higher amid the broad sell-off of the greenback and the overall risk-on sentiment. Let’s discuss what can stop its rally.
The pound has slumped against other major currencies amid fears over the no-Brexit deal. More details have recently come out over EU-UK tensions. Let’s get into them straight away.
Commerzbank announced its short- and long- term projections on the South African rand. Let’s discuss it in detail.
GBP/CAD keeps falling to the downside amid fears over the no-Brexit deal. According to JPMorgan, the pair will continue dipping throughout the whole of September.
Such credible banks as Bank of America and Citigroup made extremely bullish forecasts from $3 000 to $5 000. It’s hard to imagine right now, but let’s discuss why it may become true.
According to Credit Agricole SA, the British pound is going to plummet to 1.20 in case of the impasse over the Brexit deal.