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This Gold Rally Has Recent History on Its Side – 23 March, 2017

Gold has staged an impressive rebound since the Federal Reserve raised interest rates last week and reiterated that the pace of increases will accelerate. But is a rally logical? Some would argue that higher rates portend faster inflation and that gold is a good hedge against inflation, thus validating a long gold position. On the…
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Dollar Struggles to Rise Amid Uncertain Fate of Health-Care Bill – 23 March, 2017

The dollar swung between gains and losses as investors monitored the prospects of the Republican health-care reform bill. The day’s modest foreign-exchange trading flows were mostly driven by fast-money accounts, traders said, with the busiest price action in the yen and the British pound. The dollar gained most against its Australian counterpart, which struggled to…
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FX Trade Recommendations – 23 Mar, 2017

New EUR/USD: Short below 1.0785, Target @ 1.0735. SL @ 1.0835 New GBP/USD: Long above 1.2510, Target @ 1.2560. SL @ 1.2460 New USD/JPY: Short below 111.00, Target @ 110.50. SL @ 111.50 New AUD/USD: Short below 0.7635, Target @ 0.7585. SL @ 0.7685 New AUD/NZD: Long above 1.0855, Target @ 1.0905. SL @ 1.0805…
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FX Trade Recommendations – 22 Mar, 2017

New EUR/USD: Short below 1.0785, Target @ 1.0735. SL @ 1.0835 New GBP/USD: Long above 1.2460, Target @ 1.2510. SL @ 1.2410 New USD/JPY: Short below 111.30, Target @ 110.80. SL @ 111.80 New AUD/USD: Short below 0.7660, Target @ 0.7610. SL @ 0.7710 New AUD/NZD: Short below 1.0900, Target @ 1.0850. SL @ 1.0950…
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Asia Stocks Follow U.S. Selloff While Yen Gains: Markets Wrap – 21 March, 2017

Equities tumbled across Asia after the S&P 500 Index fell the most since Donald Trump’s election, as reflation trades faltered amid uncertainty over prospects for the U.S. president’s policies. The yen strengthened as investors moved toward haven assets. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index dropped the most since December, with financial and commodity shares leading the selloff. Benchmark…
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