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Market events to watch for the week of July 23

Market events to watch this week
Tuesday, July 249:30pm AUD CPI q/q
Wednesday, July 2510:30am USD Crude Oil Inventories
Thursday, July 267:45am EUR Main Refinancing Rate8:30am EUR ECB Press Conference8:30am USD Core Durable Goods Orders m/m
Friday, Ju…



Gold bulls still have work to do

Yesterday in my silver report, I highlighted several reasons why precious metals could rebound. What I hadn’t expected was those comments from Donald Trump, which weighed on the dollar and underpinned buck-denominated precious metals. While I don’t se…



Dollar weaker after Trump interest rate comments

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Trading in the eye of the storm can be risky, but since volatility can pop up like a summer squall, traders need a plan to navigate stormy markets. 
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German DAX and USD/JPY eyeing more upside

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FTSE boosted as weaker UK inflation hits pound again

After the sluggish wages data yesterday, the pound was hit again this morning on news UK inflation remained flat in June, raising further doubts over an August rate hike from the Bank of England. But this was good news for the stock markets, with the …