Forex Market News

Charts of the Week: DAX diverging from US indices; Silver struggling to gain momentum

DAX diverging from US indices; Silver struggling to gain momentum

CFTC Position Watch: Speculators add to long USD positions

Speculators add to Euro short positions; turn increasingly bearish on Canadian Dollar

Hot Topic: US Index Trading

Index trading can be a useful tool for traders looking to take a view on the fortunes of a specific country, sector or genre of asset. There’s no shortage of different indices produced, but the ones we’re most familiar with are arguably those for blue chip equities. The FTSE-100 in London, the DAX-30 in Frankfurt, the Nikkei 225 in Tokyo, and so the list goes on.

Week Ahead: Brexit and China Lead Old Stories Dominating Markets

After a week dominated by Brexit it may be much of the same for the rest of this week, but we can also add the old stories such as the China/US trade deal to the agenda once again.

Essentials of a Trading Plan - Part 1: Why Do I Need a Trading Plan?

Learn about the benefits of having a trading plan and how it could help you improve your trading performance

British Pound Rolls Over as Brexit Plans are Almost Ripped Up

Theresa May's Brexit deal suffered another defeat overnight, losing by 149 votes. We take a look at the impact on the British Pound and the respective key levels.

USOIL: Recovery rally gains momentum

USOIL: Recovery rally gains momentum

Charts of the Week: Gold attempts recovery rally + Oil prices give CAD a boost

Gold attempts recovery rally + Oil prices give CAD a boost

CFTC Position Watch: Speculators add to EUR short positions after dovish ECB, cover GBP shorts ahead of Brexit deadline

CFTC Position Watch: Speculators add to EUR short positions after dovish ECB, cover GBP shorts ahead of Brexit deadline

Week Ahead: Major markets look to recover after a week of shocks

Last week saw the shock of the news that there would likely be no deal from the EU on the Irish backstop, the ECB threw the kitchen sink at the market and the worst NFP reading since September 2017. So what can we expect from next weeks markets?

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