EUR/USD stabilized above 1.0550 early Wednesday after posting small daily losses on Tuesday. The modest improvement seen in risk mood could help the pair stage a technical correction mid-week, given the oversold conditions.
Forex analysis is how traders assess the next moves a currency pair is about to take, providing insights for taking a position. For this reason it is an essential tool for traders to make the best decisions in their daily trading routine, based on the fundamental and technical aspects of an asset. Fundamental analysis is based on the countries' economic situation, future prospects, and primarily what central banks plan to do with interest rates. Technical analysis focuses on previous price action, the repeat of well-known chart patterns, and other factors.
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GBP/USD remains under bearish pressure and trades near the multi-month low it set slightly below 1.2150 mid-week. The persistent US Dollar (USD) strength despite a modest improvement seen in risk mood limits the pair's rebound ahead of US data releases.
Gold price finds it difficult to stage a rebound after dropping to a monthly low below $1,900 on Wednesday. The benchmark 10-year US Treasury bond yield holds steady near the multi-year high it set above 4.5%, making it difficult for XAU/USD to shake off the bearish pressure.
Global economic growth is weakening and the cycle of interest rate hikes is at or about to peak in the Eurozone and the USA. We consider US government bonds to be attractively valued. In global equity markets, we expect only slight growth with increased volatility.
Surging oil prices have become the new concern for central banks, aggravating the current trilemma: how to balance slowing economies, still too-high inflation and the delayed impact of unprecedented rate hikes.
According to the latest data, inflation in both the euro area and the US is mainly driven by its core component and thus, at first glance, by demand. Supply factors are also at work through the spillover effects of the shock on energy and commodity prices and food inflation.
Most, if not all, major central banks have all but declared an end to their tightening cycles in recent weeks following a very aggressive process of rate hikes over the last couple of years. But rather than be buoyed at the prospect of no further hikes, investors are apprehensive, even a little fearful.
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