Friday 30 July 2021
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Daily U.S. Session Watchlist: USD/JPY

It’s another light day in terms of data releases, so I’m keeping tabs on this simple technical setup on USD/JPY. Will the channel...

Daily Asia-London Sessions Watchlist: GBP/AUD

We’re checking out GBP/AUD with both economic updates & central bank commentary scheduled from both the U.K. and Australia just...

Korean Crypto Exchanges Consider Suing Government Over Banking Requirements

All cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea except the largest four may be unable to meet the bank account requirements needed to stay in...

Mexico’s Finance Minister: Cryptocurrencies Are Prohibited From Being Used in Financial System

Mexico’s central bank, finance ministry, and banking regulator have jointly issued a warning about cryptocurrency. Finance Minister...

64 Cryptocurrency Firms Have Withdrawn Applications to Operate in UK, FCA Says

A growing number of crypto firms in the U.K. are withdrawing their applications to register with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)....

European Equities: Consumer Spending, Unemployment, and Inflation in Focus

It’s a busier day on the economic calendar. Eurozone inflation and German unemployment figures will be in focus ahead of ADP employment...

The Crypto Daily – Movers and Shakers – June 30th, 2021

It’s been a bearish start to the day for the majors. A Bitcoin move back through to $36,500 levels would support the broader market.

It’s a Busy Day ahead. The EUR, Loonie, Pound, and the Dollar Will Be in Focus

A busy day ahead on the economic calendar will keep the markets busy. Central bank chatter will also need monitoring on the day, however.

Dow Jones Steady as Tech Stocks Rally, Hang Seng May Rebound

The Dow Jones closed modestly higher after a lab report showed Modena’s Covid-19 vaccine is effective against the Delta strain. The...

Iron Ore Forecast: Prices May Stay Depressed Despite Upbeat Chinese Manufacturing PMI

Iron ore faces a tough recovery this week despite upbeat Chinese manufacturing PMI figures from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).