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Summary

In this second session of the day with Ed Ponsi, just at the market US opening bell, we will continue our real-time, interactive technical and fundamental analysis of the Forex markets. Together we will view and analyze live charts and news, uncover opportunities for upcoming trades, and answer your questions.


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EUR/USD keeps range around 1.1130 on downbeat PMIs

EUR/USD trims gains to trade near 1.1130 region after the sentiment around the euro was dented by the disappointing German and Eurozone Preliminary Manufacturing PMIs. Trade concerns also keep the gains limited. 

EUR/USD News

USD/JPY: Holding on to higher ground but lacking momentum

Positive developments between the US and China keep the mood up. Japanese data mixed, industrial figures continue disappointing. USD/JPY needs to advance beyond 109.72, December monthly high.

USD/JPY News

GBP/USD stays below 1.3350 on poor UK PMIs

GBP/USD hits fresh session lows of 1.3335 following an unexpected drop in the UK's Preliminary Manufacturing and Service PMI reports. However, the downside appears capped amid growing Brexit optimism. 

GBP/USD News

Gold consolidates in a range, flat-lined around $1475 level

Gold extended its sideways consolidative price action through the early European session on Monday and remained confined in a narrow trading band near the $1475 region.

Gold News

WTI: Off 3-month highs, trapped in a rising wedge

WTI is rapped in a rising wedge on the hourly chart. A break below $59.21 would confirm a wedge breakdown. A close above $59.81 would imply bullish continuation. WTI hit a high of $60.45 on Friday. That was the highest level since Sept. 17.

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