(MENAFN- DailyFX) Financial markets have been defined by fading Fed rate hike bets in recent weeks. An rate decision and second-quarter US GDP data now threaten that narrative.
The Euro faces a telltale period ahead as the bulls' defiance of a dovish ECB is tested with the passage of top-tier economic data and official commentary.
British Pound Forecast:
The British Pound came into this week with legitimate prospects for bullish continuation. But with inflation printing below expectations, that bullish move may be on pause for the foreseeable future.
Japanese Yen Forecast:
The Japanese Yen may continue to appreciate against its U.S. counterpart next week should the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) soften its hawkish outlook for monetary policy.
Australian Dollar Forecast:
The Australian Dollar market can look forward to a US monetary policy call and official local consumer price data, but the RBA may now be a more obvious focus than either.
New Zealand Dollar Forecast:
broke to upside this week and returned to levels last seen in September 2016 on Fin Min comments
Canadian Dollar Forecast:
The Canadian Dollar has been strengthening against its US cousin since early May and that trend will most likely continue as long as further interest rate hikes remain probable.
Chinese Yuan Forecast:
Looking forward, Chinese regulators' guidance, July FOMC decision, as well as U.S. data prints are more likely to add mixed moves into the pair; both retracement and breakout are possible for the pair next week.
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Global Equities Forecast:
This coming week market eyes will be on the FOMC; the DAX looking to follow-through on post-ECB downdraft, while the Nikkei searches for direction.
Crude Oil Forecast:
Crude Oil is pushing away from price resistance as the market anticipates the OPEC review in St. Petersburg will not lead to further supply cuts.
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