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2017 was a year of expect the unexpected. From Brexit to Trump the political landscapes changed from month to month. From the FX markets to stocks there was extreme uncertainty and extreme volatility. What will 2018 have in store? Join Steve Ruffley for his views, levels and predictions for the coming markets. 

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EUR/USD hits highest since March amid US protests, European reopening

EUR/USD has jumped above 1.1150, trading at the highest since March. Protests in the US are grabbing the headlines and marginally supporting the dollar. European countries continue reopening their economies amid falling coronavirus statistics. 


USD/JPY: Pressuring highs but still below 108.10

The Japanese Monetary Base expanded by 3.9% YoY in May, better than the 2.1% expected. Economic reopenings in Europe and a drastic fall in COVID-19 cases boost the mood. USD/JPY needs to trigger stops gathered above May 19 high at 108.08.


GBP/USD resumes rally amid Brexit optimism, dollar weakness

GBP/USD is trading above 1.2550, extending its gains. Reports about British readiness to compromise in Brexit talks, conditioned on EU concessions, is helping boost the pound. US protests are eyed.


Gold trades with modest losses around $1735 level, downside seems limited

Gold traded with a mild negative bias through the early European session and was last seen hovering near the lower end of its daily range, around the $1735 region.

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WTI sits at three-month highs near $36.50 ahead of Russia’s decision, API

WTI (July futures on Nymex) broke its bullish consolidative phase to the upside in the European session and clinched fresh three-month highs at 36.48.

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