US Dollar Targets Fresh Lows versus Euro, Sterling for this Reason

By DailyFx | June 19, 2014 AAA

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- US Dollar and Yen at risk of further losses versus Euro, GBP, Gold

- Our retail sentiment indicator accurately catches Dollar turns

- Major pairs face important tests as sentiment growing one-sided

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EURUSD - Euro Looks Likely to Test Monthly Peaks

GBPUSD - British Pound Could Rally into $1.7300

USDJPY - Dollar Seems Likely to Bounce versus Yen

AUDUSD - Australian Dollar Faces Important Test

GOLD - Gold Targets Fresh Peaks Amid Key Shift

EURJPY - Euro May Trade to Fresh Highs versus Yen

Weekly Summary of Forex Trader Sentiment and Changes in Positioning

US Dollar Targets Fresh Lows versus Euro, Sterling for this Reason

The US Dollar and Japanese Yen likely to fall versus the Euro, Sterling, and Aussie Dollar on a key shift in FX sentiment. These are the setups we’re watching.

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US Dollar Targets Fresh Lows versus Euro, Sterling for this Reason

US Dollar Targets Fresh Lows versus Euro, Sterling for this Reason

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