The US dollar has experienced an abysmal week at the end of March and enters April with a bias that can be defined as bearish. But does it mean that the currency is going to extend its decline further?
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The US dollar tumbled last week due to the unexpectedly dovish comments of the Federal Reserve, though the currency has started to recover by the weekend. What can traders expect from the greenback this week?
The major event for the New Zealand dollar this week is the monetary policy meeting of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Unfortunately for the currency, the policy outlook is dovish.
The holiday period in the United States has ended, and economic data from the USA will be released to the markets again. Let us see what factors will be affecting the US dollar over the next few days and what can be expected by traders from the US currency.
The US dollar has been in a consolidation mode in July, but this pattern may change as couple of important reports is scheduled for this week.
The US dollar has been rather strong lately, being the second best performer on the Forex market last week. Can the currency continue its amazing performance this week?
The Canadian dollar has been performing rather poorly recently. Is it possible for the currency to turn its fortune around this week?
The Australian dollar has started this trading week with a small rally but not before touching the lowest level since May 2009 against its US counterpart. Can the Aussie stand its ground or will it reach new lows? Unfortunately, things do not look good for the Australian currency.
The US dollar has been in a corrective mode lately but was attempting to renew its rally for the last several trading sessions. Is this a sign of resumption of a bullish trend or just a noise on the market?
The euro enjoyed a decent rally last week with the unexpected help from the US Federal Reserve. Will the currency be able to maintain its upward momentum after the initial shock from the Fed’s statement fades?