In this daily update, you have short-term and mid-term outlook for the main currencies and commodities weighted against the long-term horizon. You are also provided with suggestions on which to levels to look at and what the most likely trajectories are for USD, EUR, AUD, GBP, gold and WTI oil.
Information is not investment advice
Market sentiment is not very distinctive…
While Donald Trump says his last words as the US President and Joe Biden brings his oath this week, the CAD, JPY, and EUR will see their Central Banks share their respective monetary strategies. In the meantime, while the USD gets stronger, oil and gold take a pause. So, how do we trade Forex this week?
Check the performance of the market for Friday
Donald Trump was impeached by the US House because of his role in a riot by his supporters that left five dead. The trial that should follow after Trump stops being President should draw much attention.
WTI oil price doesn't seem to care much about what's happening in the US Capitol. Why should it, right? Anyway, the USD is trembling - see the market update.
10-year US Treasury yields reached 1.15%, which is the highest level since March. Higher yields should increase the demand for the USD.
The USD recovered from multi-year lows. What are the key levels and targets for EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, AUD/USD, gold, and oil in the coming days? Watch the video to find out!
The Brexit deal may be reached soon and the GBP is surging amid pre-Christmas atmosphere
Investors continue to assess the vaccine rollout versus fears over a new virus variant. US stocks and oil slipped as Donald Trump threatened not to sign a long-awaited stimulus bill into law.
The GBP doesn't know where to go while the Brexit negotiators are trying their last chances, gold is at $1 900
The review of the last week of the year by FBS