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USD/KRW Unchanged As Data Disappoints Struggling South Korean Economy

The South Korean won is trading sideways against the US dollar on Tuesday as the national economy failed to improve in August as the effects of COVID-19 continue to linger in one of Asia’s biggest economies. With the coronavirus pandemic diminishing in Seoul, could one of Asia’s worst-performing currencies turn things around in the final quarter of 2020?

Bulls Back on GBP/USD from 1.2675?

The Great Britain pound versus the US dollar currency pair seems to have shifted the course. Is this the real thing, or it’s just the bears preparing a new depreciation?

Australian Dollar Gains on Improving Sentiment, Changing Outlook for Interest Rate Cut

The Australian dollar was extremely strong on Monday, second only to the Great Britain pound. There were two likely reasons for that. The first one was the positive general market sentiment, which was favoring riskier assets. The second one was the changing outlook for the timing of an interest rate cut from the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Sterling Firms on Brexit Optimism, Monetary Policy Outlook

The Great Britain pound was the strongest among the major currencies on the Forex market today thanks to comments from a central bank official and hopes for a trade deal between the United Kingdom and the European Union. While the sterling has trimmed its gains by now, it is still trading above the opening level at the time of writing.

Chinese Yuan Looks to Test 52-Week High as PBoC Pumps More Liquidity

The Chinese yuan paused its rally last week after touching a 52-week high of 6.75 against the US dollar. The yuan is looking to restart its push against the greenback to kick off the trading week, driven by additional liquidity in the banking system and a recovering economy. Can the yuan maintain its upward trajectory?

AUD/USD Touched 0.7010. Are the Bears Done?

The Australian versus the US dollar currency pair seems to be in bearish hands. Are the bulls anywhere near?

Risk Aversion Helped Greenback End Week Strongest

The US dollar ended the trading week as the strongest currency on the Forex market thanks to risk aversion. The Australian and New Zealand dollars were the weakest due to the outlook for monetary easing from their respective central banks.

Euro Falls to 2-Month Lows As Investors Remain Risk Averse

The euro today fell to 2-month lows against the US dollar driven by negative investor sentiment as coronavirus cases in Europe and across the world continue to rise. The greenback’s rally also fueled the EUR/USD currency pair’s decline as investors piled into the world’s only reserve currency despite the looming US elections.

USD/MXN Rises As Mexican Central Bank Cuts Interest Rates Again

The Mexican peso is struggling to find support against several major currency rivals after the central bank cut interest rates for the 11th consecutive month. The Mexican economy has been slumping as the country fails to contain the coronavirus pandemic, with the number of new infections rising thousands per day. Despite the peso making gains this past summer, it has been one of the worst-performing Latin American currencies this year.

The Great Britain Pound Drops Despite Positive News Headlines

The Great Britain pound was extremely weak today, falling against all other major currencies, even the Australian and New Zealand dollars, which were recovering after the losses they have posted earlier this week. Analysts say, though, that the gains of the Australian and New Zealand currencies were just a result of a short-covering rally, which is not likely to last long. As for the sterling, it performed poorly this week, […]

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