USD Dominates, GBP/USD, AUD/USD Heading Decrease – US Market Open


DailyFX 2019 FX Buying and selling Forecasts

GBP decline exhibits little indicators of easing as Brexit uncertainty outweighs the higher than anticipated Manufacturing PMI knowledge. Current assist at 1.2260 provides means permitting for a take a look at of the September 9th low (1.2232), during which a break under spells additional woes for the Pound. Whereas there’s a plethora of UK knowledge all through the week, the important thing driver is Brexit, thus headline danger stays elevated. Eyes are firmly on UK PM Johnson’s Brexit plan announcement.

Australian Greenback heads down beneath after the RBA lower the OCR to a contemporary file low of zero.75% whereas additionally signalling that charges may go decrease if vital. Consequently, the foreign money is testing its 2019 low of zero.6677 towards the dollar, whereas widening rate of interest differentials between Australia and Canada continues to favour AUD/CAD decrease.

US Greenback stays dominant towards its main counterparts with the index hitting a contemporary 2-year peak. Nevertheless, because the energy persists, questions will probably be requested as to how far the Trump Administration will let the Greenback run its present course. On the info slate, ISM Manfacturing PMI is essential the info launch on faucet as we speak.


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