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Market Analysis

June 28, 2021


1) EUR/USD Advances Towards 1.1950 As US Dollar Turns South
2) GBP/USD Recaptures 1.3900 Amid UK Reopening, Brexit Optimism
3) USD/JPY Flirts With Session Lows, Just Above Mid-110.00s
4) NZD/USD Climbs To Fresh Session Tops, Back Closer To 0.7100 Mark
June 25, 2021


1) GBP/USD Battles 1.3900 Amid Worsening Market Mood
2) EUR/USD Advances Towards 1.1950 Ahead Of US PCE Inflation
3) Gold Prints First Weekly Gains In Four Around $1,780, US PCE Data Eyed
June 24, 2021


1) GBP/USD Holds Steady Above 1.3950 Ahead Of BOE
2) EUR/USD Advances Towards 1.1950 Amid Cautious Optimism
3) Technical Setup Favors XAU/USD Bears, Focus On US Data
4) NZD/USD Clings To Gains Near One-Week Tops, Above Mid-0.7000s
June 23, 2021


1) EUR/USD Holds Steady Below 1.1950 Ahead Of PMIs
2) GBP/USD Jumps Above 1.3950 Ahead Of UK PMI
3) XAU/USD’s Bullish Potential Appears Limited Despite Dovish Powell
June 22, 2021


1) GBP/USD Flirts With Session Lows, Around 1.3900 Mark
2) NZD/USD Struggles For Direction, Flat-Lined Below 0.7000 Mark
3) USD/CAD Stalls The Rebound Below 1.2400 Amid Rising WTI Prices
4) XAU/USD Awaits Powell For A Meaningful Recovery Above 100-DMA
June 21, 2021


1) GBP/USD Recaptures 1.3800 Amid Cautious Mood
2) EUR/USD Rebounds Towards 1.1900 Ahead Of Lagarde
3) XAU/USD Attempts A Bounce Amid Falling Yields, Will It Last?
4) USD/JPY Bounces Off One-Week Lows, Still In The Red Below 110.00 Mark
June 18, 2021


1) NZD/USD Off Lows, Still In The Red Below 0.7000 Mark
2) USD/JPY Trades With Modest Losses Around 110.00 Mark
3) GBP/USD Tumbles Below 1.39 On Weak UK Data, Dollar Strength
4) Gold Pares Biggest Weekly Losses Since March 2020 Below $1,800
June 17, 2021


1) GBP/USD Remains Depressed Below 1.4000 On Firmer US Dollar
2) EUR/USD Tumbles To Lowest Since April As The Dollar Resumes Its Gains
3) Gold Consolidates Under $1,820 Amid Higher US Treasury Yields
4) USD/CAD Consolidates Below 1.2300 Mark, Bullish Potential Intact
5) USD/JPY Holds Steady Near 110.70-75 Region, Highest Since Early April
June 16, 2021


1) EUR/USD Holds Steady Above 1.2100, Fed’s Jerome Powell Eyed
2) XAU/USD Has Some Room Left Southwards Ahead Of The Fed
3) GBP/USD Refreshes Session Tops, Around 1.4100 Mark Post-UK Inflation Figures
4) NZD/USD Recovers From Two-Month Lows, Upside Seems Limited Ahead Of FOMC

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