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Just at the market US opening bell, Ed Ponsi continued the real-time, interactive technical and fundamental analysis of the Forex markets. View and analyze live charts and news, uncover opportunities for upcoming trades, and answer participants questions.

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EUR/USD slides to multi-month lows near 1.0650

EUR/USD slides to multi-month lows near 1.0650

EUR/USD stays under heavy bearish pressure and trades at its lowest level since November near 1.0650. Divergent ECB-Fed policy outlooks keep the US Dollar strongly bid ahead of the US sentiment data and Fedspeak. 

EUR/USD News

GBP/USD extends decline below 1.2500 on sustained USD strength

GBP/USD extends decline below 1.2500 on sustained USD strength

GBP/USD extends losses below 1.2500, struggling even after the January month UK GDP was revised higher to 0.3% while the UK industrial sector showed robust growth. Resurgent US Dollar demand and geopolitical tensions keep the pair undermined. 

GBP/USD News

Gold price taps on $2,400 for the first time on record

Gold price taps on $2,400 for the first time on record

Gold price tests $2,400 for the first time on record, scaling new lifetime highs amid escalating geopolitical tensions. The upsurge seems unaffected by reduced Fed rate cut bets and the broad-based US Dollar strength.

Gold News

Robert Kiyosaki steers clear from ETFs, opts for holding Bitcoin directly instead

Robert Kiyosaki steers clear from ETFs, opts for holding Bitcoin directly instead

Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says he will not buy Bitcoin ETFs. Kiyosaki stated his dislike for Wall Street’s financial products and preferred packaging his own. 

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Week ahead – More inflation data on the way as rate cut bets thrown into disarray

Week ahead – More inflation data on the way as rate cut bets thrown into disarray

CPI numbers due in the UK, Japan, Canada and New Zealand. China to also come into the spotlight as Q1 GDP eyed. US retail sales to kickstart the week as earnings season gets underway.

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