The stock market keeps rallying, the US dollar remains weak.
Vaccine rollout, the slowdown in the pandemic, and expectations of stimulus in the United States push up the riskier assets and hurt the USD…
While the S&P is coming to beat the never-seen-before epic mark of 4,000, there are those who say that it may be the last days of the stock market's glory before it plunges underground! In the meantime, oil is celebrating $60, gold keeps going lower, and more companies report their earnings this week.
In the video, Elizabeth Belugina explores the technical opportunities in EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, speaks about gold, oil, and such stocks as Twitter, PepsiCo & GM.
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Dollar seems to be losing momentum while many currencies, commodities, and the S&P index are taking over local and all-time highs.
While the US Dollar has been weakening, other assets are taking full advantage out of it
The market set new records: new all-time highs in S&P 500 and NASDAQ, Brent oil rose above $60. Why did this happen and what's next? Watch the video to get the outlook for currencies, stocks, & commodities!
The USD has a good chance to strengthen versus other currencies after the NFP release. Watch the video to learn more!
It's a Super Thursday for the Bank of England: the BoE will release statements and meeting minutes, so the GBP will move versus the major currencies. Watch the video to get the most important technical levels for currency pairs, S&P 500 & silver.
New Zealand published encouraging labor data. Stock indices surged on better-than-expected earnings of Google and Amazon.
WTI oil is spearheading the camp of bulls today as it crosses $54; other assets are mostly volatile while the US dollar is pretty strong.