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The Dow Jones[1], gold[2] and the US Dollar[3] traded within their recent ranges last week as crude oil[4] suffered a significant retracement on Friday as supply concerns worked to pressure the commodity lower.

Canadian Dollar Outlook Bearish on BOC, Jobs Data, Trade War[5]

The Canadian Dollar[6] may face selling pressure if the BOC outlook strikes a more cautious note ahead of a cascade of key jobs data as US-China trade tensions escalate.

Euro Rate Outlook Hinges on CPI, Lagarde Testimony[7]

Fresh developments coming out of the Euro[8] area may curb the recent depreciation in EUR/USD[9] as the ECB tames speculation for additional monetary support.

Australian Dollar Could Struggle With RBA Rate Call, GDP Figures[10]

The Australian Dollar[11] is as in thrall to US-China trade headlines as any asset, but the coming week offers the prospect of much domestic distraction.

Sterling (GBP) Price Outlook Dependent on UK Election Opinion Polls[12]

British Pound[13] trading will be dominated this week by opinion polls ahead of the UK General Election on December 12 but a break of GBP’s recent narrow ranges may not come until after the election result.

Dow Jones and FTSE 100 Forecast for the Week Ahead[14]

A strong month for the Dow Jones, which hovers around record high territory, while the FTSE 100[15] remains capped at familiar resistance

US Dollar May Rise as US-China Trade Deal, Key Data Fall Flat[16]

The US Dollar may benefit from haven demand as key economic data falls short of expectations while any “phase 1” US-China trade deal disappoints.

Crude Oil Price Analysis: Supportive Trend Breached; Break or Fake?

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