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FX Signal, Asian Markets Down Risk Appetite remains
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FX Signal, Asian Markets Down Risk Appetite remains as Asian stocks found the going tough but most courses finished off their lows News of a terror attack in Spain soured an already cautious mood/ The US Dollar moved lower versus major rivals. The fx exchange was quiet, it might have been with little local economic news on only. US Dollar was a little weaker vs the Jap Yen while the Euro and the GBP also gained on the greenback.
Gold prices were steady around $1,282/ounce, which suggests that risk appetite is not entirely crushed down. Crude oil prices dropped a little early but made back most of their losses. Worries about final demand levels seem to be rising. Gold Price Rebound – The Gold prices rise as the US Dollar bond yields fall on soft data seen by FxPremiere.com Experts in the field. ‘ Best Forex Signals ‘
US Dollar on Consumer Confidence
Japanese Yen gains as Asia Pacific stocks follow Wall Street lower movements.
US Dollar still digesting after its drop last week.
UofM gauge of US consumer confidence pass slowly.
The US Dollar declined vs all of its major counterparts in corrective following yesterdays gains that re-tracement after brutal sell-off seen.
Crude Oil Prices Below $47 After 3-Week Low
Crude oil prices near support below $47 after sell-off.
Gold prices risk-driven yields decline seen.
UofM, CFTC and Baker Hughes data on deaf ears.
Crude oil prices marked time news flow allowed the WTI to notice losses following the prior days big news.
Japanese Yen Technical Analysis USD/JPY 2017
USD/JPY remains in a downtrend, on medium view
2017 lows do give way this time then the whole rise up from November’s 100 area will be back.Downtrend of this will remain intact, break lower at some point looks inevitable will happen.
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