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Technical Analysis

The USD/CAD breaks below the long term trendline after employment data release


Source: Economic Events June 10, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


Today, we want to focus on the USD/CAD, and the impact that last Friday's US and Canadian employment numbers had on the currency pair.

The NFPs came in significantly below expectations, at just 75,

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Gold reaching for new yearly highs – NFPs as a short-term brake pad?



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Will the USD/JPY test 105.00 this week?


Source: Economic Events 05 June 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar

Going hand in hand with the sharp drop in US Treasury yields, which now price in a more than 95% chance of the US central bank FED cutting interest rates at least once by December 2019, t

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Gold reconquers 1,310 USD – are we about to squeeze higher?



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USD/JPY: all eyes on the crucial support around 108.70 on Friday


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Source: Economic Events May 31, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


As we move into the weekly close, we should have a deeper look into the USD/JPY.

After 10-year US Treasury yields dropped to their lowest levels since 2017, and the potential of a risk-off hitting E

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