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Technical Analysis – USDTRY resumes multi-decade uptrend, hits new record high

USDTRY has been grinding higher in recent months and this week, it hit a new record high at 8.76. There was a major correction between November-February but since then, the pair has resumed its long-term uptrend.

Daily Market Comment – Crude oil powers higher, dollar quiet after ISM data

· Oil prices climb after OPEC signals nothing new · Dollar quiet, equities surrender gains but remain elevated · Loonie rides the oil wave, Turkish lira falls to new record lows OPEC kicks the can down the road Crude oil prices stormed higher yesterday to touch levels not seen since late 2018 after the world's most powerful oil cartel did not signal any further increases to its production levels beyond July, as some feared.

Technical Analysis – USDTRY faces strong losses after 4-month high

USDTRY shifted aggressively to the downside after spiking towards a fresh four-month high of 8.4647 earlier today.

US Open Note – Turkish lira’s shock waves under control; stocks mildly up

European banks follow Turkish lira lower, but losses under control While the inflation fear factor holds intact in key developed economies even though price indices remain anemic, high inflation has been a truly tragic story in Turkey for a while, forcing the central bank to raise interest rates by two percentage points and more than expected on Friday.

USDTRY has fully scrapped August’s rally, meeting the crucial psychological number of 7.000 on Friday after four months on hopes of bringing an end to the ongoing sell-off.

USDTRY has been at a near standstill over the past few sessions, but it seems that it has found a pivot point around the 200-day simple moving average (SMA).

Technical Analysis – USDTRY posts some gains after sharp sell-off

USDTRY has rebounded off the 7.6062 support level, which holds inside the Ichimoku cloud, after the aggressive sell-off from the record high of 8.

Technical Analysis – USDTRY holds near record high; indicators are overbought

USDTRY surged to a fresh record high on Monday once again, hitting the 7.8605 barrier. The price has been in an ascending movement since December 2018; however, the technical indicators are suggesting an overbought market.

Technical Analysis – USDTRY at new record highs; remains strongly positive

USDTRY surged to a fresh record high today, hitting the 7.4390 barrier after surpassing the strong 7.4067 barrier.

Daily Market Comment – Trump fans the geopolitical flames ahead of NFP

Nonfarm payrolls to set the tone for markets, along with stimulus negotiations Trump fires another salvo at Beijing, bans transactions with Tencent, moves to delist Chinese firms Geopolitical worries keep dollar alive, Wall Street set to snap 5-day winning streak Nonfarm payrolls: A most uncertain one The main event today will be the US employment report for July.

Turkish lira: Another crisis unfolds

The Turkish lira fell to a new record low this week, despite the nation’s central bank burning through its FX reserves in recent months to keep it from crashing.

Technical Analysis – USDTRY slips below 20-day SMA but retains bullish outlook 

USDTRY held in losses for more than a week, dropping marginally below the 20-day simple moving average (SMA).

Technical Analysis – USDTRY accelerates to fresh record high

USDTRY bulls moved to an uncharted territory on Wednesday, unlocking a new all-time high of 7.192 on top of the previous record peak of 7.

Technical Analysis – USDTRY at fresh 6-month high; positive outlook to stay in place

USDTRY has been rising steadily since mid-January, surpassing its previous peak at 5.986 to print a fresh 6-month high slightly above the 6.



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