|Day's Range||1.24 - 1.243|
|52 Week Range||1.1959 - 1.3349|
With no major events to kick off the week, the Canadian dollar and Mexican peso are showing little movement. The British pound is showing some volatility and has retracted after ending last week with sharp gains.
The British pound fell a bit to kick off the week on Monday, as there was a general run toward safety after the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia. Beyond that, the British pound had been over bought so quite frankly it makes quite a bit of sense that we have pulled back.
GBP/USD is under a bit of pressure at the start of the week after an impressive two-week recovery that took the exchange rate to a seven-week high.
Attacks on Saudi oil fields drove demand for the Yen and the Loonie as oil prices surged. Johnson is in focus later today and the GBP needs progress.
Investing.com - The safe haven yen and Swiss franc look likely to strengthen when markets open this week amid heightened geopolitical tensions in the Middle East after weekend attacks on Saudi oil plants disrupted global oil supplies.
It’s a big week ahead for the markets. The FED, the BoE and Brexit are in focus, with stats and chatter on trade also needing some attention.
While UK politics continues to raise eyebrows, the British PM’s eagerness to garner a deal with the EU was key. In the week ahead, more progress is needed.
The British pound rallied a bit during the week, reaching towards the 1.25 level above. That’s an area that should attract a lot of attention and could be a major resistance barrier that will be difficult for the British pound to take out.
The British pound rallied significantly during the trading session on Friday as we started to reach towards the 1.25 GBP level. That of course is an area that will attract a certain amount of psychological attention, not to mention the fact that we have seen structural noise in that region.
Investing.com - The pound rose on Friday on a newspaper report that the U.K. government is contemplating some type of regulatory divergence between Northern Ireland the U.K. in an attempt to secure a Brexit deal.
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It’s risk-on through the Asian session as the markets respond to the ECB move. On the day ahead, the focus will be on Brexit and U.S retail sales figures.
The British pound initially fell during the trading session on Thursday, breaking below the 50 day EMA before rallying again. Quite frankly, this is a market that is all over the place and it could continue to be very difficult to trade.
The pound turned positive against the greenback on Thursday on a report that the European Union is prepared to grant another Brexit extension to the U.K. to prevent the country from leaving the bloc without deal. Business Insider published news of the potential deal, citing a leaked European Parliament draft resolution. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said several times that he is not willing to ask the EU for a further delay to Brexit, despite U.K. lawmakers passing a law to stop a no-deal Brexit.
GBP/USD has eased lower as a major technical hurdle has blocked the prior rally. A range is playing out for now with buyers holding the downside ahead of important support.
Tensions between the U.S and China ease, supporting risk ahead of the heavily anticipated ECB monetary policy decision later today.
Investing.com - The Japanese yen, which is widely considered as a safe-haven currency, fell on Thursday in Asia as encouraging signs in U.S.-China trade situation improved investor sentiment.
Slow week continues for USD/CAD, GBP/USD and USD/MXN. However, upcoming U.S. inflation and retail sales could shake up the markets
The British pound stalled a bit during the trading session on Wednesday as we are just above the 50 day EMA, which of course will attract a certain amount of technical interest. That being said though, the British pound continues to have a lot of issues attached to it.
Investing.com – The dollar rose on Wednesday as U.S. bond yields continued to edge higher on hot inflation data, while a retreat in the loonie amid falling U.S. crude prices also boosted the greenback.
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar was higher on Wednesday as U.S. President Donald Trump once again went after the Federal Reserve for not cutting interest rates as much as he would like.