The U.S Election Day is here – FXStreet’s coverage

As November 8th gets closer and closer, the United States is up and ready to make a decision that might change history and for sure, it will affect to currencies and global markets. The countdown to Elections is on and at FXStreet we want to offer you the best quality information for the big day on real-time.

After 8 years as the President of the U.S, Barack Obama farewells the White House to make way to the new candidate. Who will win the U.S Elections? With FXStreet, you will. 

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The Fed faces new decisions – FXStreet’s coverage

On Wednesday the Federal Reserve will meet once again to propose new choices that might affect the global economy. The Interest Rate decision is one of the main points to discuss which it has become one of the most wanted data to financial markets.

As a Forex trader, you might be asking yourself: what effect does it have on currencies and my trading strategy? If so, keep reading.

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GBP/USD went down with Brexit and we very much anticipated so!

At FXStreet we’re always looking to offer the best objective information at one click for traders and professionals. For Brexit’s coverage, we provided breaking news, analysis, opinion pieces and more than 15 live coverages. And so we did anticipating Pound Sterling’s fall before the UK referendum was even announced.

Last Christmas, our contributor Omkar Godbole and, Gonçalo Moreira, Forex analyst and Content Advisor at FXStreet, warned us about it at GBP/USD Forecast 2016: BoE liftoff could be delayed, Bears could target 1.45-1.4280.

In words of Godbole, “the Brexit fears in H1, along with the delay in the BOE liftoff is likely to keep Sterling under pressure. We may be in for a serious fall if the markets focus on the worsening UK current account to GDP ratio. Sterling could target 1.3954 in this case”.

But it was Moreira‘s Point and Figure chart that had the best forecast: “The downside risk implied by two horizontal counts resulting from the consolidation formed since Spring 2015 is 1.3400 and well below the early 2009 low, 1.3000. No upside target is valid in this resolution, the reason being the bearish semi-catapult already breaking down on two occasions.”

 

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Gonçalo Moreira shows you how to avoid trading risks

Tomorroblog trialw is the day. Tomorrow is when the so-called Brexit referendum will let the British citizens decide if they will leave or remain in the European Union.

As a Forex trader, you might wonder: what effect does the referendum have (and will have) on the Pound, the Euro and other currencies?

Gonçalo Moreira, our Content Advisor at FXStreet, explains us in his recent analysis, called “Stop. Read this yesterday“,  how to be cautious with valuable warnings about margin and leverage during the Brexit context. Continue reading Gonçalo Moreira shows you how to avoid trading risks

The vote over Brexit is almost here – FXStreet’s coverage

On Thursday an important referendum will take place in the UK to decide if Britain will leave or remain in the European Union. The so-called “Brexit” – a word that combines Britain and exit – is the possible outcome of a referendum where UK citizens will decide what they want to do with their country.

In words of Prime Minister David Cameron: “It is time for the British people to have their say. It is time to settle this European question in British politics.”

Some citizens think that Britain is being held back by the EU, which they say enforces hard rules on business and charges billions of pounds fees. David Cameron defends the idea of staying in the EU. Big business companies stand as well stand up to stay in the European Union because it’s easier to move money and products beyond British borders.

As a Forex trader, you might wonder: what effect does the referendum have (and will have) on the Pound, the Euro and other currencies?

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Ross Burland voices his opinion on macroeconomics

Ross Burland-Macro ScanAt FXStreet we’re always looking for the best ways to offer information from the greatest traders and professionals.
Today we’re excited to present you “Macro Scan“, a daily opinion piece written by Ross Burland, Editor and Analyst at FXstreet, where he analyzes and gives his opinion on macroeconomic data and news. Headlines such as “Nonfarm Payrolls – “Fuhgeddabouit” !” or “Brexit Countdown: the “Has Britain Got Talent?” edition” can give you an idea of what Ross covers and how. Continue reading Ross Burland voices his opinion on macroeconomics

UK election coverage on FXStreet

UKOn May 7 2015, the UK general election will be held  to elect the 56th Parliament of the United Kingdom. Elections are political conditions that can impact the level of confidence in a nation’s government and affect the climate of stability. Hence, the country’s currencies. FXStreet’s Team has prepared special content about these elections and its impact on the Forex Markets.

 

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Top 10 of 2014: Webinars videos and Analysis articles

Top 10 FXStreet 2014And here go another year: this week we will give you the lists of the most viewed content and their authors on our website during 2014. There are 7 different categories of content. Today it’s Analysis Articles and Webinars videos. Are they among your favorite on FXStreet? Continue reading Top 10 of 2014: Webinars videos and Analysis articles

Fresh trading analysis on FXStreet

It’s been a while since the last time we publish a list of the new contributors or new articles under our Analysis section at FXStreet. The time has come! We want to say welcome to all the new members of the FXStreet contributors community… and hope you’ll appreciate their content and that it will be useful for your trading!

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In this new report by Ivan Delgado, Editor at FXStreet and the author of this report, typically analyses the Australian Dollar and Japanese Yen markets through the Ichimoku technique. Asian traders have been the main users of this system for decades, and it can be found in almost every single trading desk in Japan. It serves the purpose of analyzing various assets, including stocks, currencies, commodities and futures. Continue reading Fresh trading analysis on FXStreet

New contributors to provide their analysis

As we regularly announce you in this blog, we constantly include new content provider whose experts and traders share their Forex analysis with our readers. In the last weeks, the 5 new companies that joined our Forex ship are:

FC Exchange

FX ExchangeFC Exchange is one of the UK’s leading foreign exchange brokers specialising in international money transfers or individuals and businesses. The are publishing a daily report called “Morning Market Update“.

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