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In this session we will focus on how to avoid the confusion of news and false signals in the currency markets. Discover how to trade the Forex markets with a simple rules based approach for low risk and high reward potential

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EUR/USD looks weak after rejection above 1.1100

EUR/USD is sidelined near 1.1080 ahead of the London open. Single currency failed to keep gains above 1.11 on Tuesday despite upbeat German data. The sentiment is quite bearish and a deeper drop to the 100-day average could be in the offing.

EUR/USD News

USD/JPY rises above 110.00, potential head-and-shoulders on 1H

Risk reset in stocks is boding well for USD/JPY.  The pair may be forming a head-and-shoulders pattern on the hourly chart. The bulls are not out of the woods yet and a break above 110.12 is needed to invalidate lower highs setup on the hourly chart.

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GBP/USD modestly flat around 1.3050 amid Brexit concerns, USD strength

GBP/USD holds onto the recovery despite looming Brexit uncertainty and broad-based US dollar strength. EU is likely to offer a tough Brexit deal that increases the odds of harsh departure.

GBP/USD News

Gold remains under pressure around $1,551 as US dollar keeps the gains

Gold bounces off the intra-day low of $1,550.40, flashed a few minutes back, to $1,551.30 by the press time of the pre-European session on Wednesday. In doing so, the safe-haven ignores the geopolitical risks emanating from China.

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WTI pulls back to $58.35 amid a lack of fresh catalysts

WTI bounces off to $58.35 during early Wednesday. In doing so, the black gold disturbs the previous two-day declines while taking clues from the second-tier news from the Middle East amid a lack of major data/events elsewhere.

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