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Calendar event / 1 hour agopreviousforecastactualMed CPI, Y/Y%+5.2%+4.5%
Calendar event / 1 hour ago
FR Monthly business survey (goods-producing industries)previousforecastactualMed Business Sent Idx103103103
Squawk / 2 hours agoThe Pound stays positive
The GB Pound has retained a positive tone into this week with a strong rebound against most major currencies on Tuesday.
This is in the face of ongoing Brexit uncertainty, though the perception is that a “no deal” Brexit is becoming less of a likely outcome, which is seen as a positive for the Pound.
Furthermore, growing momentum towards a second referendum and away from a General Election has also bolstered Sterling.
Here we spotlight GBPUSD, which technically shifted bullish through mid-January and still aims higher.
See the full article here: https://www.fxexplained.co.uk/forex-articles/current-market-analysis/the-pound-stays-positive/
Calendar event / 4 hours ago
SG CPIpreviousforecastactualMed CPI, Y/Y%+0.3%+0.4%+0.5%Med CPI Food, Y/Y%+1.4%+1.4%Med Transport, Y/Y%-2.8%-2.6%Med Core CPI, Y/Y%+1.7%+1.8%+1.9%Med Housing & Utilities, Y/Y%0%+0.1%
Calendar event / 6 hours ago
JP Japan Monetary Policy Meeting decisionpreviousforecastactualMed Deposit Rate-0.1%-0.1%Med 10-Yr Yield Target0%0%
Calendar event / Yesterday at 23:50 GMT
JP Provisional Trade Statistics for the MonthpreviousforecastactualMed Exports, Y/Y%+0.1%-1.9%-3.8%Med Imports, Y/Y%+12.5%+1.9%Med Trade Balance (JPY)-737.3BMed Exports To Asia, Y/Y%-1.9%Med Exports To China, Y/Y%+0.4%-7%Med Exports To US, Y/Y%+1.6%+1.6%Med Exports To Europe, Y/Y%+3.9%+3.9%
Squawk / Yesterday at 22:06 GMTWednesday January 23 #FX technical sentiment:
Squawk / Yesterday at 21:38 GMTW4 #FX daily update:
#CAD 1.43 %▼
#GBP 1.34 %▲
#AUD 0.97 %▼
#NZD -0.12 %▼
#USD -0.23 %▲
#JPY -0.28 %▲
#EUR -1.27 %▼
#CHF -1.84 %▲
Squawk / Yesterday at 17:00 GMTElliott wave Analysis: GBPNZD and AUDUSD Update by Gregor Horvat
GBPNZD is making a nice run, but so far only in three leg up from December low, currently in wave C with subwave five here in progress, so a top may not be far away. However, there is still room for 1.9500, so it’s very important to wait on a bearish impulsive turn before we may consider any short ideas. Such approach will be much easier for solid risk/reward set-up, because on a daily chart invalidation level is more than 1000 pips away.
See the full article here: https://www.fxexplained.co.uk/forex-articles/technical-analysis/elliott-wave-analysis-gbpnzd-and-audusd-update/
Calendar event / Yesterday at 15:00 GMT
US Existing Home SalespreviousforecastactualMed Existing Sales5.32M5.25M4.99MMed Existing Sales, M/M%+1.9%-1.3%-6.4%Med Unsold Homes Month's Supply3.93.7Med Median Price (USD)257700253600Med Median Home Price, Y/Y%+4.2%+2.9%