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  • ICF protection
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Trader`s Blog

Will the ECB push the Euro lower after Draghi's comments?


This week's market outlook will provide insights for the Euro and GBP, DAX30 CFD, US dollar and gold.

Source: Economic Events Calendar 21 January – 25 January 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar

DAX30 CFD

The last week of trading did not deliver anything new in terms o

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Market Analysis: Bulls in charge of the action: DAX30 CFD reconquers 11,000 points



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Market Analysis: ​USDJPY is holding above 107.70 – will there be a push towards 110 into the weekly close?


USD/JPY - Market Analysis

After our sceptical outlook for the USDJPY on Monday and the risk of a break below 107.70, which could drive the USDJPY pair down to its Flash Crash lows from 2 January of around 105.00, the USDJPY pair could stabilize. And it seems as if the ongoing US shutdown does no

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Pound Rockets After May’s Crushing Defeat


GBP reacts to Brexit vote

On Tuesday 15 January, UK MPs voted to reject Theresa May's Brexit deal by a huge majority of 230 votes. At 432 to 202 votes, this is the heaviest parliamentary defeat of a British prime minister in history.

Background on the Brexit vote

The Brexit vote was for May's prop

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Trading the DAX30 with the Open Range Breakout: January 16, 2019


After scepticism from market participants at the start of 2019, and the high volatility between Christmas and New Year's Eve, bulls finally caught some backwind and went for a re-test of the region around 11,000 points.

Source: Admiral Markets MT5 with MT5SE

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