Gold prices again step back from 200-bar Simple Moving Average (SMA) while declining to $1,475.60 ahead of Friday’s European session.
USD/JPY is currently trading at 108.64, representing marginal losses on the day, having faced rejection at the downward sloping 5-day moving average r
WTI oil on Thursday witnessed two-way business and ended on a flat note, forming a Doji candle, despite the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Co
USD/CHF extends the recent pullback while flashing 0.9870 as a quote during early Friday.
New Zealand's economy is close to a turning point and the growth could pick up the pace next year, courtesy of the fiscal stimulus, the Reserve Bank o
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) extended one-year loans through its medium-term lending facility (MLF) on Friday while keeping the lending rate unch
USD/CNH declines to 7.0420 amid initial Friday trading. The pair extends the previous two day’s downpour after China’s central bank avoids any MLF change.
GBP/INR is currently trading at 93.88, representing a 0.17% gain on the day. The pair had risen to 94.0616 on Wednesday - the highest level since Marc
AUD/NZD is currently trading at 1.0445 in a narrow range between 1.0433 and 1.0449. Profit-taking has ensued and enabled a correction to the upside in
AUD/USD takes the bids to 0.6835 during Friday’s Asian session. The pair recently bounced off 200-bar EMA but stays inside short-term symmetrical triangle.
NZD/USD risks ending the four-day winning streak, as technical charts are reporting buyer exhaustion. To start with, the relative strength index on th
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has set the Yuan reference rate 7.0383 versus Thursday's fix at 7.0521.
AUD/JPY takes a short leap to 74.35 amid initial trading session on Friday. The pair recently benefited from the downbeat fundamentals from Japan.
The eurozone economy has avoided a recession, according to a Reuters poll of economists who were reasonably confident of that outcome, but their growt
GBP/USD is better bid at press time and is 30 pips short of 1.3190 – the resistance of the trendline connecting July 2014 high and April 2018 low. A w
Japan Finance Minister, Aso is crossing the wires. Key comments Aware that negative interest rates negatively affecting banks' profits, in turn hurtin
EUR/USD trades with modest gains to 1.1100 during early Friday in Asia. In doing so, the pair remains beyond 100-day EMA for the first time in a month.
Federal Reserve's balance sheet expansion continues. The total assets have risen by another $13 billion to $4.066 billion - the highest level since De
USD/CAD declines to 1.3175 amid Friday’s Asian session. The pair dropped to the lowest since November 19 on the previous day.
Steady below the 200-day moving average, USD/JPY fell from 108.97 to 108.66 overnight as positive trade deal headlines flowed through the news wires a
Japan JP Foreign Reserves down to $1317.3B in November from previous $1324.5B
GBP/JPY seesaws around 143.00 during the Asian session on Friday. In doing so, the pair steps back from resistance line of a short-term ascending trend channel.
Japan Labor Cash Earnings (YoY) below forecasts (1.1%) in October: Actual (0.5%)
Japan Overall Household Spending (YoY) came in at -5.1%, below expectations (-3%) in October
Gold fails to extend the previous day’s recovery while trading near $1475/76 amid Friday’s Asian session.
The OPEC ministers agreed on the 500k cut proposal. Iran Oil Minister: There is an OPEC agreement. More to come...
GBP/USD traders modestly changed around 1.3160 by the press time of early Asian session on Friday.
With the first day of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meeting coming to an end, global oil producers cross wires.
The Telegraph recently provided an additional reason to cheer to the United Kingdom’s (UK) ruling Conservative Party.
AUD/USD declines to 0.6830 during the initial Friday morning in Asia. The quote stretches losses made on Thursday as the second-tier Aussie data came in down.