US Dollar Looks like a Buy versus Euro, Yen, and Sterling

By DailyFx | July 31, 2014 AAA

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- Dollar likely to continue to fresh highs on major shifts in forex sentiment

- Japanese Yen, Euro, and Sterling look at particular risk of losses

- Keep an eye at Commodity Bloc at these levels

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EURUSD - Euro Positions at Record, Further Losses Seem Likely

GBPUSD - British Pound Breakdown Confirmed, Look for Losses

USDJPY - Key Factors Favor a Much Larger USDJPY Breakout

AUDUSD - Australian Dollar Poised for Further Losses

SPX500 - Need to See a Larger Move to Confirm S&P 500 Top

NZDUSD - New Zealand Dollar at Clear Risk of Further Losses

Weekly Summary of Forex Trader Sentiment and Changes in Positioning

US Dollar Looks like a Buy versus Euro, Yen, and Sterling

Record positions in the US Dollar warn that we’re at a substantial turning point, but until this changes we’ll remain in favor of buying USD at these levels.

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US Dollar Looks like a Buy versus Euro, Yen, and Sterling

US Dollar Looks like a Buy versus Euro, Yen, and Sterling

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