Archived IMT (2009.06.23)
The 2.8% decline in the Nikkei offered a predictable decline in all risk currencies against the dollar and the yen. Readers of the last 4 Intraday Market Thoughts as well as our tweets http://twitter.com/alaidi saw all of our suggested trades hitting their intended and rolling targets. Selling momentum remains particularly strong in CADJPY, AUDJPY and GBPCHF (down 200 pips). Further upside remains in USDCAD eyeing 1.1590, followed by 1.1650 especially as eyes falters at $67. AUDNZD (a long-time favourite short of ours) is down 100 pips at 1.2405 and down 400 pips from June 10th.
Gold Eyes 1680 ahead of G20
by Ashraf Laidi | Feb 21, 2020 18:08
3 Charts for GBP Traders
by Ashraf Laidi | Feb 21, 2020 13:18
Is Yen-Centric Risk Back?
by Adam Button | Feb 20, 2020 17:34
Why the Euro Keeps on Falling
by Adam Button | Feb 19, 2020 16:37
Forex Brokers' Share Price Performance
by Ashraf Laidi | Feb 19, 2020 12:17