• [VIDEO] Currency Point: Running their own races

    [VIDEO] Currency Point: Running their own races

    • November 22, 2020

    ECB MEETINGS OF 2020 SHOULD REALLY BE CALLED ECB ‘STRATEGY REVIEWS’.
    Newly minted Chair Christine Lagarde clearly wanted to give herself ‘room’ having ordered a review to consider all aspects of its mandates, targets specifically inflation, performance, operational tools, communication and policy setting, plus others. It clearly leaves the ECB in a holding pattern, but that holding pattern means its highly unconventional policies setting won’t change until the Strategy Review is complete.

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  • [VIDEO] Currency Point: It isn’t over until Trump says so

    [VIDEO] Currency Point: It isn’t over until Trump says so

    • November 8, 2020

    ECB MEETINGS OF 2020 SHOULD REALLY BE CALLED ECB ‘STRATEGY REVIEWS’.
    Newly minted Chair Christine Lagarde clearly wanted to give herself ‘room’ having ordered a review to consider all aspects of its mandates, targets specifically inflation, performance, operational tools, communication and policy setting, plus others. It clearly leaves the ECB in a holding pattern, but that holding pattern means its highly unconventional policies setting won’t change until the Strategy Review is complete.

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  • November 5th 2020: Election Uncertainty Throws Financial Markets into Indecision

    November 5th 2020: Election Uncertainty Throws Financial Markets into Indecision

    • November 5, 2020

    EUR/USD: Monthly timeframe: (Technical change on this timeframe is often limited though serves as guidance to potential longer-term moves) Following the break of long-term trendline resistance (1.6038) in July, buyers and sellers have since been squaring off around the upper section of supply from 1.1857/1.1352. Technically, although this argues additional upside may be on the

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  • November 4th 2020: Technical Position Ahead of US Elections

    November 4th 2020: Technical Position Ahead of US Elections

    • November 3, 2020

    EUR/USD: Monthly timeframe: (Technical change on this timeframe is often limited though serves as guidance to potential longer-term moves) Following the break of long-term trendline resistance (1.6038) in July, buyers and sellers have since been squaring off around the upper section of supply from 1.1857/1.1352. Technically, although this argues additional upside may be on the

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  • US Election: Trading Day Handbook

    US Election: Trading Day Handbook

    • November 2, 2020

    Election Day Trading Tips FP Markets analyst Evan Lucas gives us his top 5 trading tips for election day. What to watch, where to do so, and the critical times in what shapes as a roller coaster ride like no other.   1.  Watch what matters not the headlines – Purple Haze Florida – No

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  • US Elections Webinar: Election Day Trading Plan

    US Elections Webinar: Election Day Trading Plan

    • November 1, 2020

    Americans are about to go to the polls and there is no better way to prepare for Election Day than our dedicated webinar ‘Election Day Trading Plan’. In the latest episode of our US Elections Webinar Series, FP Markets analyst Evan Lucas will provide in-depth analysis on the following: Risks to markets on the day Potential market reactions

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  • [VIDEO] Currency Point: Star Spangled Banner

    [VIDEO] Currency Point: Star Spangled Banner

    • November 1, 2020

    ECB MEETINGS OF 2020 SHOULD REALLY BE CALLED ECB ‘STRATEGY REVIEWS’.
    Newly minted Chair Christine Lagarde clearly wanted to give herself ‘room’ having ordered a review to consider all aspects of its mandates, targets specifically inflation, performance, operational tools, communication and policy setting, plus others. It clearly leaves the ECB in a holding pattern, but that holding pattern means its highly unconventional policies setting won’t change until the Strategy Review is complete.

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  • Record Voter Turnout Expected for US Election

    Record Voter Turnout Expected for US Election

    • October 29, 2020

    How Voter Turnout Influences Election Results The United States has a non-compulsory voting system at every level meaning voter turnout has a major impact on election results. Historically US voter turnout at presidential elections is low comparatively to other Western democracies. Part of this can be attributed to the voluntary nature of voting. Part can

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  • [VIDEO] Currency Point: Cups of tea in the Senate

    [VIDEO] Currency Point: Cups of tea in the Senate

    • October 23, 2020

    ECB MEETINGS OF 2020 SHOULD REALLY BE CALLED ECB ‘STRATEGY REVIEWS’.
    Newly minted Chair Christine Lagarde clearly wanted to give herself ‘room’ having ordered a review to consider all aspects of its mandates, targets specifically inflation, performance, operational tools, communication and policy setting, plus others. It clearly leaves the ECB in a holding pattern, but that holding pattern means its highly unconventional policies setting won’t change until the Strategy Review is complete.

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  • Election 2020: Incumbency Advantage or History Repeating? 

    Election 2020: Incumbency Advantage or History Repeating? 

    • October 18, 2020

    History of Incumbency Advantage The 2020 Election presents a rare crossroads of history where we will see either the unusual defeat of a one-term president, or the unprecedented run of four straight two-term presidents. Sitting presidents very rarely fail to win two terms in the White House. In the history of the United States, 12

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  • US Elections Webinar Series Episode 3: Trading Election Day and Post-Election

    US Elections Webinar Series Episode 3: Trading Election Day and Post-Election

    • October 18, 2020

    With election day less than two weeks away, the focus of our next webinar will be on Trading Election Day and Post-Election. FP Markets analyst Evan Lucas will focus on how markets could react to: Contested election – No clear result ‘Blue Wave’ Red Juggernaut Purple Pieces (House, Senate, Congress with different holders) Catch up on Episodes 1

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  • [VIDEO] Currency Point: The QE acronym to enter the AUD lexicon

    [VIDEO] Currency Point: The QE acronym to enter the AUD lexicon

    • October 16, 2020

    ECB MEETINGS OF 2020 SHOULD REALLY BE CALLED ECB ‘STRATEGY REVIEWS’.
    Newly minted Chair Christine Lagarde clearly wanted to give herself ‘room’ having ordered a review to consider all aspects of its mandates, targets specifically inflation, performance, operational tools, communication and policy setting, plus others. It clearly leaves the ECB in a holding pattern, but that holding pattern means its highly unconventional policies setting won’t change until the Strategy Review is complete.

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