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Kathy Lien
Will Friday Data Disappoint FX Traders? By Kathy Lien - May 21, 2021

Friday will be a busy day for forex traders, with PMIs and retail sales reports scheduled for release from all corners of the world. Currencies are trading strongly ahead of these reports, with...

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FX: It's All About Inflation Tomorrow By Kathy Lien - May 19, 2021

Weaker U.S. data is finally catching up to the U.S. dollar. The greenback traded lower against all of the major currencies on Tuesday following softer housing data. Building permits grew 0.3% in the...

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FX: Will The Global Recovery Shine This Week? By Kathy Lien - May 18, 2021

For the past few weeks investors have been focused on the U.S. recovery and its impact on the U.S. dollar. They were sorely disappointed when nonfarm payrolls and retail sales came out well under...

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FX Traders Look Past Sell-Off In Stocks By Kathy Lien - May 12, 2021

Stocks sold off sharply on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping more than 1% and the NASDAQ losing 2%. As this was the biggest one-day decline since February, it should have...

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GBP: What To Expect From BoE By Kathy Lien - May 06, 2021

Next to Friday’s non-farm payrolls report, tomorrow’s Bank of England monetary policy announcement is the second most important event of the week. Like the Reserve Bank of Australia, the BoE is widely...

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End Of Month Flows Sends U.S. Dollar Higher By Kathy Lien - May 01, 2021 1

Month end flows drove the U.S. dollar higher against all of the major currencies on Friday. The month of April was a challenging one for the greenback. The Dollar Index dropped from 93.30 to 90.50...

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Will Euro Traders Look Past Double-Dip GDP? By Kathy Lien - Apr 30, 2021

The three most important event risks on this week’s calendar are FOMC, U.S. first quarter GDP and Eurozone first quarter GDP. On Wednesday, we learned that while the Federal Reserve is optimistic, it...

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