The FTSE 100 index lost 39 points to end at 7646 on Tuesday. The price edged slightly above its high at 7711 before trading lower.
The USDJPY pair will most likely be volatile over the next days as both the central banks are scheduled to decide about monetary policies.
Dow Jones ended 0.09% lower at 27198 on Tuesday. The index failed to trade above 27250 and slumped to an intraday low of 27035 before reversing its losses.
Gold price manages to preserve weekly gains amid reviving safe-haven demand. Bulls seemed to lack strong conviction ahead of the highly anticipated FOMC de
After climbing towards the $1353.40 resistance level during yesterday’s session, Gold price directly retreated to settle below $1344 level.
Today, world markets are keenly awaiting the all-important June FOMC meeting on a monetary policy decision. What are the expectations of 14 major banks?
Gold price is on the rise and back above the $1245 level after receiving and big support from the $1335 support level during yesterday’s session.
The FTSE traded below the 7370 level on Monday as it was unable to push above the resistance level. Will the index drift lower below 7315?
Gold price lacked any firm directional bias and continued with its sideways consolidative price action, well within this week's broader trading range.
The GBPUSD pair is heavily bearish while trading below the 1.2660 level following reports that British PM Theresa May could soon quit.
What do 5 major banks expect from today's FOMC meeting? Here are the expectations as forecasted by their economists and researchers.
The kiwi drops slightly today after the country released weaker jobs numbers.What next can you expect?
Following today's FOMC meeting, economists and researchers have predicted the expectations of 14 major banks.
After three consecutive daily advances, EURUSD now seems to have met some decent resistance in the low-1.1200s ahead of FOMC meeting later today.
The greenback, measured by the US Dollar Index (DXY), has started the week on a positive footing around the 96.60 region.
US Dollar Index rebounds and is now flirting with the critical 96.00 handle on Thursday following yesterday’s sharp sell-off to the vicinity of 95.70.
In this EURUSD analysis, the pair’s bullish momentum loses vigour near 1.1360. What next should traders expect?
Gold is retracing above 1300 with a possible bearish run to 126x likely to follow. The FOMC coming on Wednesday could be a much-needed trigger.
The US Dollar Index (DXY), which tracks the greenback vs. a basket of its main rivals, is looking for direction in the 95.60 region ahead of key data releases later in the session.
During the upcoming trading week, traders and investors look to interest rate decisions from the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England. What is more?