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Posted by TopstepTrader on March 31, 2019

Huge Week for the Dollar with Key Data Due Early April

The dollar rally faces a test as the first week of April brings a flood of economic data. Take a look at some (certainly not all) of the key statistics due out Monday through Friday:

  • Monday:...
Posted by TopstepTrader on March 26, 2019

First Quarter Recap: Oil Leads as Nearly Everything Wins

After experiencing losses last year, almost every asset class is moving higher through the first quarter 2019. Stocks are rallying. Bonds are bid. The dollar is up. But the biggest gains have been...

Posted by TopstepFX on February 05, 2018

This is Why the British Pound is Up 3%+ This Year

The theme heading into 2017 was one of worry. Many in the market were worried there was going to be something to be worried about, expecting factors outside of typical “norms” would dominate the...

Posted by TopstepFX on February 02, 2018

Will the EUR/USD Uptrend Continue? Here are the Factors Driving It Higher

EUR/USD was in a strong uptrend throughout all of 2017, rising more than 14%. The Euro, in general, was the best performing major currency of 2017. What made the move so impressive was that it was...

Posted by TopstepFX on January 31, 2018

These are the 3 Factors Driving the Forex Market Right Now

Until we figure out what’s driving the U.S. Dollar, we anticipate the following three themes will dominate trading in 2018: economic growth, global central bank policies, and global geopolitical...

Posted by TopstepFX on January 29, 2018

What Happened to King Dollar?

Everyone thought 2017 was going to be the year of King Dollar. Following President Donald Trump’s election on November 8, 2016, the U.S. Dollar (USD) rallied more than 4.5% against the Euro (EUR)...

Posted by TopstepTrader on January 24, 2018

'Extremely' Important Change Sends U.S. Dollar to 3-Year Low, Here's Where it May Go From Here

"A weaker Dollar is good for trade." That is something that economists and market participants know.

But it's not something that you usually hear coming out of the mouth of the U.S. Treasury...