This week, investors will focus on key interest rate decisions from Central Banks. What else can traders expect? Today’s forex market outlook reveals.
In this week's forex market outlook, investors will turn to the preliminary PMIs for April as coronavirus continuing to dominate market attention
Economic activity in the Eurozone collapsed in March, as the coronavirus pandemic, is causing worldwide chaos, with shops and offices rolling down.
The United Kingdom's economy, which relies to a large extent on tourism revenues and manufacturing, is already seeing the impact of coronavirus or COVID-19.
GBPUSD struggles near 1.30 may invite more Bears. After breaking the 1.2960 area, Bulls managed to push the price near 1.30 resistance again.
The EURUSD fell for three consecutive days, the largest consecutive decline since early September. German industrial production may lack estimates.
Today's GBPUSD Fundamental analysis shows that the currency pair is pulling back from its multiday high as traders gear up for the NFP report.
Here is the GBPUSD Fundamental Analysis for 25th October after US Dollar gets bullish against the Pound because of PMI data.
Fundamental Analysis closely examines socio-political factors and economic data involved with the current market movement to predict future price movements.
The GBPUSD pair is bearish while trading below the 1.4151 level. What happens if it trades below this level? Examine the 5 February GBPUSD Intraday Technical Outlook to see.