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We will first review the state of the markets and elaborate on what the Dollar Index is doing (will it complete the current reversal attempt?). Then we will review several pairs on the larger time frames, Monthly and Weekly, to try determine where markets may go and which market will offer the more lucrative trends in the upcoming 2018.

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EUR/USD holding onto range amid trade tensions, ahead of FOMC minutes

EUR/USD is trading above 1.1050, within familiar ranges. The US Senate's support of Hong Kong protesters has aggravated tensions with China. The Federal Reserve's meeting minutes are eyed.


USD/JPY reverses an early dip to near 1-week lows, focus shifts to FOMC minutes

Reviving safe-haven demand benefitted the JPY and exerted some follow-through pressure. A modest USD rebound helped bounce off lows ahead of the latest FOMC meeting minutes. A sustained move beyond 109.00 handle (200-DMA) needed to confirm near-term bullish bias. 


GBP/USD is on the back foot after the Johnson-Corbyn debate

GBP/USD is trading closer to 1.29, after Labour leader Corbyn beat expectations in his debate with PM Johnson. Further opinion polls are awaited. 


Gold climbs to near 2-week tops, beyond $1475 supply zone

Gold edged higher through the early European session on Wednesday and climbed to near two-week tops, just above the $1475 region in the last hour.

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WTI drops to 13-day low after surprise API inventory build follows supply concerns

Adding to the hardships for energy buyers, a surprise build in API oil inventories dragged WTI to a 13-day low near $55.20 by the press time of early Asian session on Wednesday. Today’s official stockpile numbers in the spotlight for now.

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