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The rally in the EUR/CHF has stalled as price action reached its resistance zone.
The Eurozone economy has struggled in 2019 and economic reports have been disappointing with a few isolated upside surprises.
The Norwegian Krona surged in Thursday trading in London after Norges Bank took a decidedly hawkish turn.
The Japanese Yen moved away from the recently struck 2-week peak against the US Dollar when the North Korean government said it was still amenable to settling issues with the US even after President Trump called off June's scheduled summit with Kim Jong Un.
The Swiss Franc is currently lower against the US Dollar but managed to hold onto the majority of gains made yesterday in the aftermath of elevated political tension between North Korea and the United States.
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The world’s major markets were trading at least marginally higher last week, for a change.
The world’s major markets were trading mixed yet again last week.
Friday’s trading session marked the final trading session in Q3 and the month of September, the quarterly data will be presented next week. It is the first quarter since the UK’s decision to leave the EU was taken. The world’s major markets were trading mixed last week.
The EUR/CHF pair fell during the day on Monday, as we continue to see quite a bit of volatility in this market.
The flight to safety in the wake of the terrorist act in Belgium sent the Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen soaring earlier today.
The EUR/CHF pair fell significantly during the course of the month. Get the EUR/CHF forecast for March 2016 here.
Demand for the Japanese Yen was significantly higher during the Asian trading session which helped push the currency up 2% versus the greenback.
The Euro continues to underperform despite the recent demand as a carry trade currency.
As its now been one year since the SNB crisis, we ask how this event has changed the behavior of Forex traders and Forex brokers.
It looks like the glitter of gold is shining once again. The $15 trillion selloff in global equity markets since May and the rout in oil prices are reviving the lure of gold for investors looking for safe havens for their money.
Check out our newest trading strategies series with our monthly and weekly forecasts of the currency pairs worth watching using support and resistance for this week of January 25, 2016 here.
Safe haven demand grew one again as the oil price rout and the economic situation in China take center stage.
Safe haven currencies like the Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc were the recipients of investors’ collective fears after the Chinese government once again sent the Yuan lower.