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Market Analysis

July 29, 2020


1) Dollar Declines Stall Ahead Of Fed Meeting
2) GBP/USD: Move Beyond 1.30 Mark Remains A Possibility, FOMC In Focus
3) EUR/USD: Awaits Dovish Fed Before The Next Leg Up
4) Gold: Buyers Hopeful Amid Dovish Fed Expectations, Favorable Technicals
July 28, 2020


1) USD Hits The Lowest Level In Almost Two-Years
2) Gold Has Steam Rolled Straight Through The 2011 Highs
3) EUR/USD: Profit-Taking Kicks In As Focus Turns To Fed
4) GBP/USD: Rally Pauses Near 1.2900, Bulls Remain At The Mercy Of USD Price Dynamics
July 27, 2020


1) Gold: Bulls Are Driving The Car And Approaching The $2000 Level
2) EUR/USD: Next Relevant Target Emerges At 1.1815
3) The Negotiations On A New US Fiscal Package Remain A Wildcard
July 24, 2020


1) EUR/USD: Holds Steady Near Multi-Month Tops, Bulls Await Eurozone PMIs
2) Gold: Bulls Ready to Take On $1900 Amid Dollar Break Down
3) Dollar Ends Lower On Weak U.S. Data
July 23, 2020


1) Gold: Buy The Dips? Chart Warrants Caution Amid US-China Flare-Up
2) Europe To Open Slightly Higher, China Said To Close US Consulate In Chengdu
3) Aussie Continues To Creep Higher, Solidifying Break Above 0.71
July 22, 2020


1) GBP/USD: A Move Towards 1.2800 Mark Looks A Distinct Possibility
2) EUR/USD: Bulls Might Take A Brief Pause Near 1.1600 Mark
3) US Dollar Slides Across The Board, As Gold And Silver Prices Surge
4) AUD/USD Storms Higher As EU Leaders Spur Risk Demand
July 21, 2020


1) GBP/USD: Stage Seems Set For A Possible Move Towards 1.2800 Mark
2) EUR/USD: Profit-Taking Kicks In After EU Recovery Fund Agreement, Bullish Bias Remains
3) Battle Between The Safe Havens: USD Vs JPY
4) AUD/USD Fails To Significantly Extend Upturn As Risk Sentiment Begins To Moderate
July 20, 2020


1) USD Settles Lower For The Fourth Consecutive Week
2) GBP/USD: Continues To Find Some Support Ahead Of 1.2500 Mark
3) European Equities Softer On Monday's Open As The Bailout Fund Talks Loomed
4) Gold Price: A Potential Bull Flag Calls For A Retest Of Multi-Year Highs
July 17, 2020


1) Dollar Pares Initial Losses On Risk-Aversion
2) ECB Signals A Lot Done, A Lot More To Do
3) Asian Markets Attempt Stall Recovery
4) GBP/USD: 1.2500 Mark Holds The Key For Bulls

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