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Euro Rallies on Hopes That Europe Is Flattening the COVID-19 Curve

The euro today rallied against the US dollar buoyed by the latter’s decline as investors favoured riskier currencies including the single currency. The EUR/USD currency pair hit new 3-day highs ending the downtrend that was in place for the past six sessions.

Pound Rallies Despite Record COVID-19 Deaths and Johnson in ICU

The Sterling pound today rallied higher against the US dollar despite the fact that the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson being hospitalised in ICU. The GBP/USD currency pair posted gains as buyers stepped in capitalising on the greenback’s fall from recent highs.

Swiss Franc Slips As SNB’s Total Sight Deposits Surge Again

The Swiss franc is sliding against the US dollar and the euro on Tuesday as the central bank’s sight deposit holdings surged by their second-highest level in 12 months. For more than a year, Switzerland has been actively trying to depreciate the franc’s value as investors continue to pour into the traditional safe-haven asset, even as financial markets rebound. The Swiss franc has significantly appreciated throughout the turbulence, affecting the manufacturing sector and overall exporting industry.

Bulls Still Aiming for 1.7811 on GBP/CAD?

The Great Britain pound versus the Canadian dollar currency pair sits in an interesting zone. Is this area a good starting ground for the bulls, or is it already too late for them?

Japanese Yen Weakens As Abe Unveils $1 Trillion Stimulus Package

The Japanese yen is losing against multiple currency pairs to start the trading week, prompted by Tokyo unveiling a massive $1 trillion stimulus package to curb the economic fallout from COVID-19. While Japan has refused to institute a nationwide lockdown, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared a state of emergency to prevent coronavirus infections – domestic cases have topped 4,000. Can the world’s third-largest economy come out of the public health […]

Chinese Yuan Flat As PBoC Pumps $56 Billion Liquidity for SMEs

The Chinese yuan is trading relatively flat to kick off the holiday-shortened trading week. China continued to employ monetary policy measures to resuscitate the world’s second-largest economy in the coronavirus fallout. One mechanism Beijing is utilizing to spur business activity is bank lending, offering credit to businesses – large and small. Will it be enough for companies to borrow and restart operations?

Wedge Chart Pattern on AUD/USD Played Out?

The Australian dollar versus the United States dollar currency pair seems to have failed in any further appreciation attempts. Is this the entire story?

Australian Dollar Forecast for April 6-10, 2020

The Australian dollar has experienced strong volatile moves lately. The currency tanked in the first half of March, recovered a bit in the second half only to move down again in April. While it is hard to predict price movements during such volatile time, let’s see what factors will be affecting the Aussie this week and how the currency can react to them.

US Dollar Mixed As Coronavirus Slaughters 701k Jobs in March

The US dollar is mixed against several major currency competitors at the end of the trading week, driven by a grim portrait of the American labor market last month. Although it was a devastating jobs report, experts say that the worst is still to come as more states institute stay-at-home orders. Will the buck remain the top currency in today’s chaotic financial market?

Canadian Dollar Rallies on Higher Oil Prices and Weak US Jobs Data

The Canadian dollar today rallied against its US counterpart as oil prices pressed higher for the third consecutive session boosting the commodity-linked loonie. The USD/CAD currency pair fell from its intra-day highs as the loonie strengthened amid rumours that OPEC and its allies would agree to drastic oil supply cuts to boost oil prices.