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Global FX Insights

Next 24 hours: Buck Sold Into Fed Minutes

Special report: Fed Minutes Preview

Today’s report: UK Budget, US Durable Goods, Fed Minutes

Today's calendar features the UK budget, US durable goods and the Fed Minutes. At the same time, today is also the day where many in the US will be heading off the desks early for the Thanksgiving long holiday weekend, which will make for thinner trade into the end of the week.   read report

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Next 24 hours: Commodity FX Boosted as US Stocks Extend Run

Today’s report: Euro Trying to Hold Up, Pound Looking Up

The fallout from the breakdown in Germany's coalition talks hasn't been something the markets have been all that worried about, and although it weighed on the Euro a little in Monday trade, the single currency seems to be trying to look past the development.   read report

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Next 24 hours: Euro Plays Pinball

Today’s report: Light Calendar, Short Week, Plenty of Risk

Monday's calendar isn't all that active, with only German producer prices standing out. At the same time, this doesn't mean Monday won't be an interesting day of trade, with plenty of room for volatility amidst broader macro themes packed with volatility risk.   read report

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Lots of Noise, Less Movement

Next 24 hours: FX Falls Flat, Strained by Low Vol

Today’s report: Lots of Noise, Less Movement

It feels like there's been a lot going on out there this week and we've certainly had a nice run of data to take in. But if we're keeping score, the developed currencies are all trading within 1% of where they opened the week. UK retail sales ahead.   read report

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