Rally to 1.257 is unsustainable as Euro slides to sub-1.2500 levels before the ECB Press Conference later today
Light Crude Oil prices continue to tumble as price cuts and overproduction from non OPEC members keeps energy prices low.
Gold did not price in much of the trade balance data yesterday which edged the dollar slightly lower, ADP employment figures later today may reverse losses for Gold
U.S trade deficit highest in 4 months as exports fell, dollar subsides yesterday against the Yen.
Australian dollar's rebound capped as China's pace slowed and dollar strength continues to be a better alternative for investors.
Cable remains uncertain at 1.6000 as Bank Rate announcements are not expected to change tomorrow.
Slowdown in growth in Europe's major powers puts recovery on a knife's edge as Euro gains are limited on trading yesterday.
Oil prices continue to slide as 2011 lows beckon.
Bearish on the Gold? You are not alone as dollar strength and impending rate increases draw investors towards the U.S dollar
Effects of the BOJ stimulus have not waned as manufacturing growth in the U.S continues to rally the USD/JPY towards 2007 highs.
Largest trade balance deficit since January 2013 forces bearish trend to ensue as Australian dollar trades below 0.869 before Cash Rate announcement
Manufacturing PMI rises and Cable gains momentarily, trades below 1.6000 psychological level yet again as Dollar strength returns.