EUR/USD has backed off from one-month highs reached during the early Asian trading hours, possibly tracking signs of nervousness in some of the Asian markets. Risk assets remain vulnerable to Sino-US tensions despite the coronavirus vaccine news.
GBP/USD eases from intraday top of 1.2587 while defying the previous two-day losing streak. The pair’s recent gains could be attributed to the increasing hopes of further stimulus from the UK government as well as broad US dollar weakness. Focus on UK CPI data.
Gold consolidates the recent pullback well above the $1800 mark, as the coronavirus vaccine hopes boost the equities and downs the greenback. Are gold bulls bidding up for a test of the multi-year highs?
The Bank of Canada will have a monetary policy decision this Wednesday, the first lead by new Governor Tiff Macklem. A couple of weeks ago he offered his first speech as governor, and reaffirmed that the primary mission of ...
WTI surrenders gains after facing rejection at key trendline hurdle. Fears that OPEC+ may ease output cuts look to be capping the upside. The black gold rose nearly 0.5% on Tuesday, as US crude inventories fell by 8.3 million barrels in the week to July 10.