Australia's monthly jobs report is back on the cards for Asian markets today. The report will be released at 12:30 GMT and markets are looking for a 20,000 rise in total employment and for the unemployment rate to hold at 5.5%, just above 5-year lows.
The EUR/USD is up some 0.70% on the day and trades close to $1.2330. The Fed raised rates as expected but did not raise the interest rate...
The GBP/USD is trading around $1.4125, up nearly 1% on the day. The US Fed decided to raise rates but left the dot-plot unchanged ...
The Japanese yen regained the upside as dollar bulls capitulate post-Fed. Poised to resume decline and eyeing 105.24, February's low.
The Bitcoin price came under heavy selling pressure in the latter stages of the trading session on Wednesday. Bears pilled in as the price gave $9,000 again, on the 1-hour time frame a gravestone Doji candlestick can be seen.
Ripple price analysis: XRP/USD may have room for another pop higher, before the bears sell on the rally
The Ripple price is seen holding marginal gains of 1% on Wednesday, market participants weighing up the next committed move. As a recap, a sharp recovery was seen at the start of the trading week, from lows of $0.53.
Ethereum Classic price analysis: ETC/USD and other digital assets are lagging reaction to Twitter banning cryptocurrency ads
Ethereum Classic price is firming around the uptrend that started on Monday this week. The price gained momentum and broke above the $20.00 resistance level despite the news from one of the leading social sites, Twitter that it will ban ads related to cryptocurrencies and ICOs.
NEO price analysis: NEO/USD lacks catalyst for upside momentum, gains protected by the $78.00 resistance level
NEO price is trading in a range between a high of $78.00 and a low of $73.00 on Wednesday. The crypto lacks the push to cross above the resistance level. On the other hand, the bulls are holding ground and protecting declines below the immediate support level at $73.00.
GBP/USD is the mover of the day with Brexit transition period agreement pushing Sterling above $1.4000 level for the first time since February 26 this year.
Euro rose against the US Dollar in tandem with Sterling while risk inverse Japanese Yen fell back above 106.00 as the major event for this week is the Federal Open Market Committee meeting this Wednesday that is expected to deliver 25 basis points rate hike with fresh dot-pot macro prediction and first conference of new chairman Jerome Powell.Read Full Report
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