Asia-Pac bourses took impetus from the gains on Wall Street where stocks rallied to all-time highs and the Nasdaq outperformed.
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World shares gained on Wednesday on bets of hefty US spending after US Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen urged lawmakers to "act big" to save the economy and worry about the debt later.
USD/CHF presents a very worthy tactical disposition for bulls. Will it break the resistance?
Asian equity markets were mostly positive as the region partially sustained the momentum from the tech-led gains on Wall Street.
Flat resistance and higher lows is what we have on the strategic map for gold. So, are we going to see it rise back up?
U.S. stocks are set to reopen higher after the Martin Luther King Day holiday on Monday, with Yellen’s remarks a welcome reminder of the momentum behind economic stimulus measures.
Asian equity markets mostly rallied with risk appetite spurred as trade picked up from Monday’s holiday.
Look at the H1 chart for USD/JPY - is it not a perfect example of a reversal in the resistance zone?
Global stocks were mostly lower on Monday, following the weakness on Wall Street on Friday that stemmed from the weaker-than-expected retail sales report for December.
Most analysts claim EUR/USD will dip to 1.2000. After that, the pair should reverse to the upside.
Asian equity markets began the week cautiously after Friday’s losses on Wall St. Mixed Chinese GDP added to the tentative mood for stocks.