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Market reviews

27 October 2016 by Kristina Leonova: Chief Analyst in the Investment Research Department

Yesterday, the Pound gained support amid the speech of Mark Carney, Bank of England Governor, and managed to recover its Tuesday’s losses. At present, one of possible scenarios is further upward correction towards the level of 1.2300. Today, dynamics in the pair is influenced mainly by data on the Initial Jobless Claims and Durable Goods Orders in the US. The pair is trading between the middle and upper lines of Bollinger Bands. The indicator is directed horizontally. Support levels: 1.2200, 1.2180, 1.2100. Resistance levels: 1.2250, 1.2320, 1.2350, 1.2400, 1.2450. <br /><br /&g...

02 August 2016 by Kristina Leonova

The pair continues consolidating near its local highs that it reached on Friday amid the publication of weak data on the US GDP for the second quarter of the year. At the same time, the Dollar remains under pressure due to poor macroeconomic statistics that are coming out in the US. The ISM Manufact...

01 August 2016 by Kristina Leonova

In the end of last week, the pair substantially fell amid weakening in the US Dollar, which was pressured by poor macroeconomic statistics. US GDP growth in the second quarter of the year amounted to 1.2% that was significantly worse than forecasts of economists, who predicted a 2.6% growth. At the...

29 July 2016 by Kristina Leonova

The Bank of Japan decided to leave unchanged a negative 0.1% interest rate while a rate cut to minus 0.2% was widely expected. As a result, the USD/JPY pair returned in the region of mid-July levels. The Yen was also supported by data on a decline in unemployment and a rise in industrial production....

28 July 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Yesterday the pair showed a volatile trade and closed near its opening levels. The pair was supported by weakening in the US Dollar amid Fed’s decision to leave its interest rate unchanged at 0.5%. In addition, the Australian currency was supported by today’s data on the Export Price Ind...

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