- Dollar Turns Subdued After Trump Declares National Emergency February 15, 2019
- Treasuries Pull Back Slightly Amid Optimism About Trade Talks February 15, 2019
- Crude Oil Futures Settle At Near 3-month High February 15, 2019
- Gold Futures Settle Notably Higher February 15, 2019
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- Weekly Technical Forecast: Dollar, Equities, Crude and Gold All Extend Their Climb to Key Resistance February 17, 2019There was a broad advance in the run of speculative-leaning equities, commodities and currencies this past week. The pace was uneven, but the progress was registered nonetheless. Yet, only now does the real technical commitment meet its test with Dollar eying 97.75, Dow looking towards 27,000 and crude crossing 55.50.
- Technical Outlook: S&P 500, DAX February 17, 2019Following a weekly gain of over 2% the S&P 500 eyes key topside resistance. DAX sees notable bounce off trendline support.
- EURUSD Weekly Technical Forecast: Euro Flirting with Support Break February 17, 2019The Euro flip-flopped last week as it tested important support, with character in price action showing signs of changing it may be on the cusp of developing meaningful downside momentum.
- Gold Prices Stopped Short of Resuming Dominant Uptrend, Watch RSI February 16, 2019Gold prices attempted to resume the dominant uptrend, stopping short for resistance at 1323.60. Fading upside momentum may undermine upside progress ahead with support at 1302.97.
- Dollar Within Reach of Two-Year High but Reversal Pressure High February 16, 2019The Dollar closed out another positive week, but progress towards the multi-year highs set in November and December is frustratingly slow for bulls. So, is it provocative breakout or comfortable reversal next week?
- Crude Oil Forecast: The 2019 Crude Bull Market Has Arrived February 16, 2019There you have it! Crude has gained 21% year to date after the US noted new possible sanctions for Venezuela’s PDVSA and that Saudi could cut production further.