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Weekly Recap 13th – 20th January ’17

Currencies had a hectic week, as the wild moves in the Great British Pound dominated forex markets. The controversial speech of British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday sent the currency soaring against most of its major counterparts, following a strong decline after the weekend. The U.S. Dollar and the Euro had a choppy but ultimately flat week, while the Japanese Yen lost ground after a strong start. Commodity-related currencies were mixed, as the Australian Dollar remained relatively strong while the Canadian Dollar fell sharply after

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  • 09/24/16
    Weekly Recap 16th – 23rd September ’16

    The fourth week of September was highlighted by the monetary policy meetings of the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve, as all eyes were focused on the Dollar rally that started on the previous week. The Greenback reversed its previous gains and ended the week lower against most of its peers, as

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  • 09/17/16
    Weekly Recap 9th – 16th September ’16

    The third week of September was all about central banks once again as the Bank of England and the Swiss National Bank both held their monetary policy meetings. Leaving the benchmark rates unchanged as expected. The mini panic in stock markets last didn’t continue in full force, as the week was all

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  • 09/10/16
    Weekly Recap 2nd – 9th September ’16

    The second week of September was definitely the most volatile week since the Brexit vote, especially towards the end of the period, after the ECB meeting on Thursday as the interest rate expectations shifted worldwide. The U.S. Dollar got stronger following the hawkish ECB announcement and the Euro,

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  • 09/03/16
    Weekly Recap 26th August- 2nd September ’16

    The first week of September was more volatile than the past few weeks for currencies as the strength of the U.S. Dollar and the weakness of the Japanese Yen dominated the trends on forex markets. The Great British Pound was also among the stronger majors, while the Euro drifted lower throughout the

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