25 Sep: EUR/USD Forecast: Market fears favor a bearish breakout

EUR/USD Current Price: 1.0620 Market participants kick-started the week with caution ahead of critical inflation figures. The German IFO Survey indicated a better-than-anticipated Business Climate in September. EUR/USD nears September low, with bears looking to take it below 1.0600. The US Dollar started the week with a firm footing, resulting in EUR/USD trading as low


25 Sep: Fed’s Goolsbee: Charges should keep larger for longer than markets had anticipated

“It feels like rates will have to stay higher for longer than markets had expected,” Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Austan Goolsbee told CNBC on Monday.  Key takeaways “Risk of inflation staying higher is still the bigger risk.” “Current path is Unusual for inflation to fall like it is without unemployment rising.” “Fed should have 100% commitment to

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25 Sep: United States Chicago Fed Nationwide Exercise Index dipped from earlier 0.12 to -0.16 in August

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25 Sep: US Greenback up with US yields at new multi-year highs

The US Dollar trades mixed on Monday as US government shutdown risk escalates. In the background traders will be on edge for US GDP numbers later this week. The US Dollar Index resides near the six-month highs.  The US Dollar (USD) made clear why it deserved its status as king after a quite volatile week.