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Weekly Forecast: EUR/USD Two Year Highs the Extension of Trend?

US Dollar Forecast: Dollar Drop Crosses 12%: Can Inflation Turn the Tide Ahead of the Fed?

The U.S. Dollar has been pulverized by a plethora of factors. But after a rise in July inflation, will another bump help to buck the bearish trend?

Euro Forecast: EUR/USD to Stay Bid Ahead of FOMC as ECB Unveils Post-QE Game Plan

EUR/USD remains bid following the ECB meeting, with the pair at risk for a further advance amid waning expectations for another Fed rate-hike in 2017.

British Pound Forecast: Advance Against USD Set to Continue

The climb in GBP/USD will likely continue in the week ahead though the British Pound is not looking as well placed against either the Euro or the Japanese Yen.

Canadian Dollar Forecast: CAD Rally: Too Much, Too Soon?

The Canadian dollar has gained 12% against its US counter-part in the last four months as the BoC embarks on tightening monetary policy. But is the move too much, too soon or does it have further to run?

Equities Forecast: DAX Seeking Breakout, FTSE 100 Stuck in Range Ahead of BoE     

The DAX had a muted response to the ECB meeting, the FTSE faces the BoE this coming week; technical outlook for both indices as well as the S&P 500.

Gold Forecast: Gold Prices Overbought into 2017 Highs- Broader Outlook Constructive

Gold rallied for the third consecutive week with prices now approaching longer-term resistance objectives. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.

Crude Oil Forecast: Crude Oil Struggles To Maintain Weekly Gain As Irma Pressure Arrives

Despite heading for the first weekly gain since July, Crude Oil pushed lower from a strong downward trendline on Hurricane Irma risk.

Weekly Forecast: EUR/USD Two Year Highs the Extension of Trend?

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