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Have you ever entered 2 trades or more and saw them all move against your plan at the same time?

Have you ever experienced a very slow trading day while trading your favourite currency but heard on the news lots of comments related to some other market that was moving really nicely that same day?

Our own comfort zone often leads to limit our trades to be exclusively executed in specific markets we know which often adds excessive correlation risk while missing on other opportunities that at times could be of a higher quality, as money flows naturally from asset to asset moving the best opportunities from instrument to instrument.

This session will help you discover all the key different trading instruments available in order for you to confirm that you are indeed trading the right markets for you, or that there may be some other markets that may also be relevant to your trading goals.

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USD/JPY holds on to recovery gains above 108.00 ahead of Fed

Not only upbeat trade numbers from Japan but upbeat trade/political headlines also help the USD/JPY pair to remain firm around 108.20 prior to Wednesday’s European session. Focus on FOMC decision.


GBP/USD extends its falls to 1.2450 amid weak UK inflation, Brexit impasse

GBP/USD has dropped to around 1.2450 as UK headline CPI missed with 1.7% in August. Brexit negotiations remain stuck according to Chief EU negotiator Barnier. The Fed decision is eyed.


Gold seesaws around $1,500 with all eyes on FOMC

With the global traders on a wait and see approach ahead of the key event, Gold offers fewer moves while taking rounds to $1,500 during Wednesday’s Asian session. Also supporting the bulls were positive statistics from the US and the Eurozone.

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Brent: 200-day EMA exerts downside pressure towards $63.15/10

Brent oil’s latest recovery fails to cross 200-day EMA. 100-day EMA, 38.2% Fibonacci retracement becomes key support to watch. All eyes on Saudi Defence Ministry’s press conference later today at 1430 GMT.

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