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USDCAD is extending its losses and is currently trading below the falling trend line and the short-term simple moving averages (SMAs), completing a three-month low of 1.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar slumps, stocks advance amid earnings optimism

US tech rebound leads global stocks higher as earnings season about to heat up Dollar plunges as mood improves and Fed seen falling behind in the tightening race Riskier currencies power ahead as US yields fall back Focus on earnings as jitters subside Worries about soaring inflation, supply-chain chaos and slowing growth in China were put on the back burner on Tuesday as investors turned their attention on the Q3 earnings season that kicked off last week with a bang.

Technical Analysis – GBPUSD nears 1.38 mark; bullish bearing intact

GBPUSD is pushing up against the upper Bollinger band, which is converging with the 100-day simple moving average (SMA) at 1.

Technical Analysis – EURJPY nonstop rally hits 4-month high; rally overstretched

EURJPY bulls are leading for the eighth consecutive trading day, stretching their spectacular rally to a four-month high of 133.

WTI crude oil futures are edging higher, finding support at the 20-period simple moving average (SMA) in the previous session, with the next target coming from the seven-year high of 83.

Pound rally eases ahead of UK CPI and PMI data as BoE again flags rate hike – Forex News Preview

It’s a busy week for UK data releases as some crucial indicators on inflation, consumption and overall economic activity are due ahead of the Bank of England’s policy meeting in the first week of November.

Technical Analysis – AUDUSD improves off 23.6% Fibonacci level

AUDUSD’s bullish demeanour seems to be intact as the price has managed to rebound from the recent pullback around the 0.

Netflix Q3 earnings: A squid game boost? – Stock Market News

Netflix’s headlines are all about its South Korean drama-thriller “Squid game” these days, though whether its Q3 earnings results will be as victorious as its new big hit, will be discovered on Tuesday after the market close.

US Open Note – Inflation risks and the rate conundrum, dollar hangs in there

Risk evaporates but US Industrial production disappoints Market sentiment softened and the dollar remained subdued on the first trading day of week.

Canada will announce its inflation data of September at 12:30 GMT on Wednesday ahead of Friday’s retail sales release at 12.

Technical Analysis – EURUSD bearish course endures as upside forces fade

EURUSD’s recent positive impetus off a 14-month low of 1.1523 is faltering in the vicinity of the 1.1600 handle.

Daily Market Comment – Inflation and growth worries take heat off stocks rebound, dollar firms

China GDP misses estimates, New Zealand CPI surges, reviving stagflation fears Stocks back in the red as doubts resurface but hopes on earnings keep optimism alive Bond yields edge up again as oil keeps climbing Kiwi erases earlier gains from rate hike bets as dollar bulls regain control China growth disappoints, dents risk appetite Economic growth in the world’s second largest economy slowed more than expected in the third quarter as China reported that GDP rose by 4.

Technical Analysis – Gold erases gains but neutral structure has still a bullish tilt

Gold saw its bullish fortunes evaporating near the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) and the 1,800 level last week, with the price erasing its latest exciting rebound to meet the 20-day SMA at 1,759.

USDJPY is hovering slightly below the three-year high of 114.45 over the last 4-hour sessions. The 20- and 40-period simple moving averages (SMAs) are following the sharp bullish movement; however, the RSI is ticking lower in the 70 level.

US Open Note – Yen still plunges; oil heads towards $82.00

Dollar index on mute today; US retail sales surprised The dollar index is hovering around 94.00 today, following two red days; however, dollar/yen is heading sharply higher towards a fresh three-year high around 114.

Week Ahead – Inflation, supply chain fears to persist as China GDP, flash PMIs eyed

Inflation data will grab the headlines for another week as more countries publish CPI numbers. But concerns about global growth will also preoccupy investors’ minds as China reports its GDP estimate for the third quarter and flash PMI figures for October are released.

Weekly Comment – Risk appetite returns but China GDP could revive slowdown fears

Stocks staged a mid-week comeback after fears about surging inflation and worsening supply shortages had pummelled risk assets.

The US 30 stock index’s (Cash) two day aggressive rally from 34,111 is heading for the 35,113-35,200 resistance border, after piloting above all the simple moving averages (SMAs).

Daily Market Comment – Wall Street roars back, yen blasted as optimism returns

Riskier plays come back swinging as supply worries take a back seat  Stocks and commodity currencies power higher, yen gets hammered  Dollar heads for weekly losses ahead of US retail sales Riskier assets storm back Investors forgot about the mayhem in supply chains and energy markets on Thursday and instead increased their exposure to riskier plays, as a combination of encouraging US economic data and corporate earnings from the big banks cheered up the mood.

GBPUSD is retesting yesterday’s resistance barricade of 1.3716-1.3733 that halted additional gains from materialising.



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