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Our outlook for the Euro (EUR) remains bullish as the E.U. economy appears to be recovering from coronavirus. On the other side, we are bearish on the Dollar (USD) due to the dovish outlook coming this week from the Federal Reserve.
We are bullish on the safe-haven yen (JPY) due to the U.S.-China tensions raise. On the other side, we are bearish on the dollar (USD) because of the U.S. economic worries and the delay in the stimulus package bill.
We are bearish on the safe-haven currencies primarily on the Dollar(USD)due to a COVID-19 vaccine's progress. On the other side, we are bullish on the Canadian Dollar (CAD) after the Bank of Canda reinforced its commitment to support economic recovery.
Our outlook for the Euro (EUR) remains bullish due to a Europan Union stimulus package's possibility. On the other side, we are bearish on the Canadian Dollar (CAD) owing to investors' concerns about the Bank of Canda rate announcement on Wednesday.
We are bullish on the Euro (EUR) as the EU economy activity is picking up after the coronavirus hit. However, we are bearish on the Canadian Dollar (CAD) ahead of an interest rate decision this week from the Bank of Canda.
We are bearish on the safe-haven currencies, mainly on the Yen (JPY) due to the hope that the stimulus will boost the global economy, and the COVID-19 drug tests were super encouraging. On the other side, we are bullish on the Australian and New Zeland dollar because the Bank of Australia (RBA) reiterated the bank would do whatever was necessary to support the...
Our outlook for the British Pound (GBP) remains bearish owing to the concern of a no-deal Brexit. We are bullish on the Swiss Franc (CHF) as investors take refuge in the safe-haven currencies due to the fear of the second coronavirus wave.
We are bullish on the Euro (EUR) after the positive EU's PMI contributes brightened the prospect of a swift economic recovery. On the other side, we are bearish on the safe Dollar (USD) due to the assurances from U.S. president Donal Trump that the U.S.-China trade deal remained ¨fully intact¨after confusion over its fate had emerged.
Today markets mixed without a clear direction. However, we are bullish on the AUD and NZD after Governor Philip Low from the Bank of Australia (RBA) saying that the currency's recent rise was not a problem and that the impact of the second wave of coronavirus would not be harmful as first feared. We are bearish on the safe-haven currencies (USD, JPY, and CHF) due...
Our outlook for the British Pound (GBP) remains bearish due to the Bank of England could expand the quantitative easing. On the other side, we are bullish on the safe-haven currencies primarily on the Yen (JPY) thanks to an increase in new coronavirus cases in some U.S. states and China, crushing hopes of a swift world economic comeback from the pandemic.
We are attempting to go long on the Gold (XAU) as the FOMC won't change its rates until 2022, which is very low. The massive stimulus measures tend to support gold, which is often considered a hedge against inflation and currency debasement.
We are trying to go short in USD (Dollar) as coronavirus fallout lifts rate cut expectations. On the other side, we remain bullish in safe-havens currencies, especially the JPY (Yen), as the pandemic fears grow.