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EUR/USD trading signal - Fed Interest Rate Decision - 08 Nov 2018


Yesterday, the Euro gave all of the recent gains by dropping 70 pips from 1.1500. Currently, EURUSD is trading at around 1.1430 and we see it as a good price for buyers to come. Traders will eye Fed's interest rate decision that is scheduled for 19:00 GMT later on today. The Fed is likely to keep rates unchanged.

EUR/USD trading signal - Projections of split US Congress - 07 Nov 2018


The Euro was trading high in Asia on fears of split Congress in the US. EURUSD finally breaks through 1.1450 and we might see it closing higher on the day. On a light calendar in Europe, this week traders will base their decisions on price action and upcoming political news from the US.

USD/JPY trading signal - BoJ Governor Kuroda speech - 05 Nov 2018


BoJ's Kuroda signals policy normalisation as Bank of Japan will scrutinize developments. USDJPY is close to recent resistance 113.20 that could push the pair lower in the near terms. A close above 113.30 might send USDJPY on the up-move supported by strong US monthly job report.

EUR/USD trading signal - U.S. Nonfarm Payrolls - 02 Nov 2018


The Euro is trading on the upside at around 1.1420 after a strong bounce from 1.1300 level that might see the pair closing above 1.1450 this week. It will be a busy day ahead with the release of US employment data and Average Hour Earnings report that is scheduled for 12:30 GMT later on today.

EUR/USD trading signal - U.S. Manufacturing PMI - 01 Nov 2018


The Euro recovered from the lows of 1.1300 and is heading now towards 1.1400 where it will eventually retrace some of the recent gains. The reports about Brexit deal on financial services boosted the British pound and the Euro both. Today release of US Manufacturing PMI will be looked for some short term trading impetus.

GBP/USD trading signal - BoE's Governor Carney speech - 01 Nov 2018


Ahead of a very busy day, the British pound is trading at around 1.2880 with potential to reach 1.2920 level. The Bank of England is likely to keep the interest rates unchanged because of looming Brexit uncertainty. Traders will also keep a close eye on Carney's speech that is scheduled for 12:30 GMT.

USD/JPY trading signal - Japan's Unemployment Rate improved - 30 Oct 2018


Japan's Unemployment Rate beat the market's expectations and improved in September by sticking close to all-time low of 2.2% rate. USDJPY is close to resistance level which might result in short term pullback targeting 112.00 level for our daily trades.

EUR/USD trading signal - U.S. Dollar benefits from growth - 19 Oct 2018


The Euro looks more likely to extend the downfall with the Italian budget deficit continues to weigh. On the other side the U.S. dollar continues to benefit from growth and positive interest rate outlook. In our scenario for today EURUSD will test 1.1400 level and will eventually close higher with New York close.

EUR/USD trading signal - EU Consumer Price Index - 17 Oct 2018


The Euro is trading near 1.1550 ahead of Eurozone inflation data that is scheduled for 09:00 GMT later today. Traders will also focus on the FOMC minutes to get some insights into future interest rates decisions in the US. We are looking to go long on EURUSD targeting 50 pips profit with possible pullback at 1.1630 level.

USD/JPY trading signal - U.S. Industrial Production - 16 Oct 2018


USDJPY is on important level and could go either way but with US session closing hours we feel more going south. The U.S. industrial production remained solid in September with no significant impact from Hurricane Florence but a slowdown is expected in the following months.

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