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CHFJPY is flashing a bullish bias as the price is approaching again the top of 143.74 – the highest since 1980 – following the reflection on the tentative support trendline at 137.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar roars higher, stocks muted amid Fed uncertainty, recession risks

Dollar stretches weekly gains, hits 1-month high, on Fed talk, dimming outlook Wall Street headed for flat week as growth worries keep optimism in check Gold and oil set to end week on the backfoot, but gas prices hold near highs Markets look to Jackson Hole as Fed rate path gets blurred Sentiment was subdued on Friday as investors struggled to get an accurate reading on the US economy as well as on the Fed’s intentions about the pace of monetary tightening.

Will the UK PMIs intensify worries over a recession? – Forex News Preview

After seeing UK inflation accelerating to double digits earlier this week, pound traders may now turn their gaze to the flash UK Purchasing Managers Indices (PMIs) for August, due to be released out on Tuesday at 08:30 GMT.

Technical Analysis – USDCHF needs boost from buyers to switch the outlook to bullish

USDCHF is in the process to post the fifth straight day of gains, following the pullback off the 0.9367 support level.

Gold has been trending downwards during the past two weeks, creating a clear structure of lower highs and lower lows.

Technical Analysis – GBPJPY congested below 20-SMA; bias neutral

GBPJPY faced another rejection from the 20-day simple moving average (SMA) at 162.66 on Thursday, which has been capping bullish corrections since the start of the month, but the pullback was only mild, with the price immediately pausing around 161.

Technical Analysis – USDCAD gives signs for more advances; 1.2985 next pause

USDCAD is heading north above the short-term simple moving averages (SMAs) after a bounce off the 200-day SMA, which holds near the 1.

EURUSD has been moving sideways in the last few four-hour sessions, with its advances being repeatedly held down by the 200-period simple moving average (SMA).

Bitcoin retreats after hawkish FOMC minutes – Cryptocurrency News

In the last couple of months, Bitcoin and most major altcoins have been recovering from their 2022 bottoms, closely following the positive performance of stocks amid signs of inflation easing in the US.

Technical Analysis – EURGBP stays stuck between two diagonal trendlines

EURGBP traded higher yesterday, after hitting support at the crossroads of the 0.8385 level and the tentative upside line drawn from the low of low of March 7.

Daily Market Comment – Markets struggle for direction as Fed keeps its options open

Fed minutes lean hawkish, signal ‘restrictive’ policy, but open door to slower pace Dollar stays on the front foot, Wall Street bounces off lows but then starts drifting Euro holds within range as European gas prices surge to record highs Fed pushes back on rate cut bets, markets don’t listen The Federal Reserve warned that moving to a “restrictive stance of policy” was essential in the minutes of the July meeting, as it fights to get inflation down to its 2% price objective.

WTI crude oil futures have gained a little over the last session and the price managed to hold above the 85.

Technical Analysis – US 30 index at risk of bearish breakdown

The US 30 index (cash) has been clearly trending up since departing from July’s low of 30,128, recently topping at a four-month high of 34,279 before pulling lower.

Technical Analysis – BTCUSD retraces after hitting 2-month high

BTCUSD has been constantly gaining ground after its prolonged downtrend bottomed at the 2022 low of 17,588.

Technical Analysis – NZDUSD slides below bullish channel but remains supported

NZDUSD is in the fourth consecutive day of declines, set to confirm its exit from a short-term bullish channel at 0.

Technical Analysis – USDJPY visits 40-day SMA at 135.55; bullish bias

USDJPY is turning up, hitting the strong immediate resistance at 135.55, which overlaps with the 40-day simple moving average (SMA).

Japan CPI inflation to come in hotter – Forex News Preview

After an upbeat GDP report, July’s CPI inflation will take center stage on Friday at 00:30 GMT, likely testing the central bank’s policy commitment to an ultra-easy strategy for another month as growth in consumer prices, although gradual, is expected to stage another pickup.

Technical Analysis - AUDUSD breaks below an upside support line

AUDUSD entered a phase of steep declines on Monday, after hitting resistance a few pips below the peak of Friday, at around 0.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar steady ahead of US retail sales, Fed minutes as stocks stay buoyant

US retail giants lift recession gloom, as Dow Jones and S&P 500 extend gains But FX market focused on US data and Fed minutes, dollar stays firm Pound and kiwi reverse gains from UK inflation surprise and hawkish RBNZ Stocks stay on the bright side Equity traders continue to shrug off persisting recession worries, choosing to bet instead that a severe downturn will be avoided, at least when it comes to earnings.

Apple’s stock has been moving in a steeply ascending channel since it managed to halt its decline at the one-year low of 129.

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