Category: Forex Info

US construction spending for February 0.5% versus 1.0% estimate
US construction spending for February 0.5% versus 1.0% estimate

https://www.forexlive.com/news/us-construction-spending-for-february-05-versus-10-estimate-20220401/

Fed's Evans: Expects 7 hikes this year and 3 next year
Fed’s Evans: Expects 7 hikes this year and 3 next year

https://www.forexlive.com/centralbank/feds-evans-expects-7-hikes-this-year-and-3-next-year-20220401/

GBPUSD falls below the 100 hour MA. Ups and downs in trading this week
GBPUSD falls below the 100 hour MA. Ups and downs in trading this week

https://www.forexlive.com/technical-analysis/gbpusd-falls-below-the-100-hour-ma-ups-and-downs-in-trading-this-week-20220401/

Canada Markit March manufacturing PMI 58.9 vs 56.6 prior
Canada Markit March manufacturing PMI 58.9 vs 56.6 prior

https://www.forexlive.com/news/canada-markit-march-manufacturing-pmi-589-vs-566-prior-20220401/

US stocks traded higher but off premarket levels
US stocks traded higher but off premarket levels

https://www.forexlive.com/news/us-stocks-traded-higher-but-off-premarket-levels-20220401/

S&P Global US March manufacturing PMI 58.8 vs 58.5 prior
S&P Global US March manufacturing PMI 58.8 vs 58.5 prior

https://www.forexlive.com/news/sp-global-manufacturing-pmi-588-vs-585-prior-20220401/

How to trade spot gold on non-farm payrolls day?
How to trade spot gold on non-farm payrolls day?

https://www.litefinance.com/blog/analysts-opinions/how-to-trade-spot-gold-on-non-farm-payrolls-day/

Trend's too hard for yen to chew. Forecast as of 01.04.2022
Trend’s too hard for yen to chew. Forecast as of 01.04.2022

https://www.litefinance.com/blog/analysts-opinions/trends-too-hard-for-yen-to-chew-forecast-as-of-01042022/

The Business Cycle
The Business Cycle

https://www.forexlive.com/Education/the-business-cycle-20220401/

Eurozone March preliminary CPI +7.5% vs +6.6% y/y expected
Eurozone March preliminary CPI +7.5% vs +6.6% y/y expected

https://www.forexlive.com/news/eurozone-march-preliminary-cpi-75-vs-66-yy-expected-20220401/