Forex Market News

Treasury Yields To The Moon

Markets finally have something else to focus on as US Treasuries continue to rally. Monday saw the US 10yr Yield hit its highest level in 9 years. 


US Pre Market Open: US treasury yield keep advancing, taking toll on stocks

Wall Street started the week on something of a mixed note with gains for the major indices proving difficult to sustain as bond yields resumed their march higher.

CFTC Position Watch - EUR positioning switches to net short + why speculators are betting against the Yen

EUR positioning switches to net short + why speculators are betting against the Yen.

Aussie's Perfect Storm Of Issues

There is a perfect storm of issues for the Aussie Dollar as the new week begins.

Video: AxiTrader Market Update with James Hughes | 08 October 2018

After a particularly quiet start to the week on the data front, world bond prices continue to be a major market mover. 

US Pre Market Open: Perfect storm builds to unsettle sentiment on Wall Street

Ahead of the opening bell, the downward trajectory for Wall Street is being maintained as the new trading week gets underway and there’s little to suggest these pressures will abate any time soon.

7 Things You Missed This Week - w/c 5 October

Test your Forex trading and macroeconomic knowledge with our weekly quiz.

US Pre Market Open: Yet another record for the DOW – but treasury yields bite

The Dow made a run towards 27,000 in the early part of yesterday’s session and despite slipping back from intra-day highs, the benchmark index still managed another record close – it’s 15th of the year so far.

Aussie Set for Retail Data And US Focus For Payrolls And Trade

The Aussie will focus on the Retail Sales data today after the trade data last night was better than expected. AUDUSD found a bid on the back of the date but has seen underperformed in the European session despite some US dollar downside.

Video: AxiTrader Market Update with James Hughes | 04 October 2018

It was a busy day of UK and US headlines with the market still looking at yesterday's speech from Theresa May.

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