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Week Ahead Possible Rate Cut for Aussie This Week & Ongoing Trade Tension Continue to Limit the Upside Potential for the Commodity Currencies

RBA rate decision tomorrow - potential downside risk due to highly possible rate cut. Ongoing trade tensions - potential downside risk due to being China’s proxy.

Forex Today - The USD got a little lift but ranges dominate ahead of non-farms Friday

Week Ahead: Market Sentiment Subdued Amid Trade Tensions and Growth Slowdown

Weekly Forex review and the key fundamental and technical analysis for the week ahead. We discuss the US-China trade war, Brexit and the all-important Australian elections.

Week in Review: U.S.-China Trade Talk and Antipodean Interest Rate Meetings on Focus

U.S.-China Trade talk to start the 11th round next week. RBA and RBNZ to hold interest rate meetings. U.K. GDP to be released on Friday.

Forex Today - The USD again rejected the top of the range, Kiwi and Sterling pressured

Even though the USD is holding its range Kiwi and GBP are nearing critical levels

Week Ahead All Eyes on China’s Manufacturing PMI and New Zealand’s Important Data Week

China’s manufacturing PMI due next week could be negative news as data could return to contraction territories due to trade tensions. Building approvals and private capital expenditure are key news releases to watch out

Weekly Review & Preview: All Eyes on US - China Trade Negotiations

Top U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators concluded the first day of talks on Thursday. Investors still hopeful of a breakthrough in Friday’s negotiation. Australia employment data to be released next week. Keep an eye out for EU’s GDP and CPI data next week.

Week in Review: Trade Tensions Eased with US GDP, BoE Interest Rates Decision in Focus

China will host US negotiators in a new round of trade negotiations in Beijing next week, though even as talk of truce continues, Asia’s trade is still hurting.

Forex Today - The USD is on the cusp of a break higher

It hasn't broken the recent range but the DXY had it's best close since July 2017.