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  • Guarantee Fund
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Regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC)
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  • ICF protection
  • Negative balance protection
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Trader`s Blog

Market Analysis: USD/CAD reacts to the Ivey PMIs today – will they disappoint?


Today our focus will be on the USD/CAD. The loonie gained some momentum against the greenback after USD/CAD traded as high as 1.3660/3670 at its highest levels since May 2017.

USD/CAD current events

Source: Economic Events February 6, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar

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Amazon loses $200bn. What’s next?


In September 2018, the value of e-commerce giant Amazon surpassed the exclusive $1 trillion mark. However - in the last week of January 2019 - a whopping $200 billion has since been wiped off their books. This decline of more than 30% officially puts Amazon in bear mark

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FED becomes flexible with balance sheet runoff, Euro unlikely to profit


This week's market outlook will provide insights on the markets following the FED's recent statement, Brexit developments, and the ongoing trade talks between the US and China. In particular, we will be focusing on the DAX30 CFD, the Euro, US dollar, GBP, and gold.

Economic Events Calendar February 4 – 8

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Market Analysis: Gold with a short-term bounce to 1,300 USD, can we expect new yearly highs?


Gold Bounces Upward

After the non-farm payrolls were published last Friday (with 312,000 being significantly above expectations of 166,000, while average hourly earnings (MoM) disappointed with 0.1% against an expected 0.3%), the economic calendar is relatively thin as we enter the start o

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USD-JPY after the FED with all eyes on the Non-Farm Payrolls today


February 1, 2019 Economic Events

Source: Economic Events February 1, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar

Once again, it is the first Friday of the month - a day when market participants are given a deeper look into the US employment situation via the Non-Farm Payrolls.

After the above ADP expectation

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