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Valutrades Market Blast Fundamentals 30 September 2019

   

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at USDCAD, AUDUSD, AUDNZD, EURGBP and GBPUSD.

30 September 2019 Fundamentals

The Pound will be in focus this week with the Conservative Party Conference and Boris Johnson speaking there on Wednesday, the Brexit deadline approaching and, as usual, complete chaos in the UK Parliament and uncertainty whether there will be another extension.

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Also, watch for UK quarterly GDP and PMIs this week.

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After a bear run this month, the Australian Dollar is consolidating against the Yen and the Dollar but is still strong against the NZD which is considered weak.

Also, the Reserve Bank of Australia is expected to lower interest rates tomorrow so we can expect volatility then and Friday with Retail Sales.

Of course, the Non-Farm Payrolls will affect the US Dollar and thoughts of a presidential impeachment will drive the Dollar this week so expect volatility.

In general, we are seeing USD strength against all except the Canadian Dollar as the Bank of Canada sees less chance of an Interest Rate cut.

Also, watch this week for Canadian Gross Domestic Product and PMI figures.

That’s all for now. Happy trading with Valutrades and we will see you tomorrow.

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