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Technical Analysis

DAX bulls take over control again – yearly highs to come?


Economic events calendar

Source: Economic Events May 20, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


Since the economic docket is very thin going into the start of the trading week, we want to take the chance to have a look at the DAX30 CFD from a purely technical perspective.

After the German inde

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Head-shoulder in Gold seems to be resolved for now


Economic events calendar

Source: Economic Events May 17, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


It seems as if the Head-shoulder formation we saw in Gold has passed, for now. This comes after the trade war between the US and China escalated to new heights over the last few days.

With China to ra

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The USD/CAD still fighting with 1.3500 mark – a tug of war?


Economic events calendar

Source: Economic Events May 15, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


The focus for the USD/CAD still lies on the 1.3500 mark, and a significant break higher couldn't yet be had. There are several reasons for this: for example, last Friday, Canada posted the largest o

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DAX30 CFD – short-term bears are in control below 12,220 points


Economic events calendar

Source: Economic Events May 13, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


Despite a relatively thin economic calendar today, the aftermath of the developments surrounding trade negotiations between the US and China will continue to drive global financial markets and leave u

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Trade talks and inflation: the USD/JPY sees an exciting close to the week



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