The latest round of EU/UK trade talks broke up a day early yesterday with both sides noting significant differences on a range of topics, leaving Sterling adrift as we head into the weekend.
EUR/USD and the S&P 500 stock market index may fall as the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet contracts for the third consecutive week.
Crude oil prices found little lasting impact from better-than-expected US jobs data, with technical positioning warning that a top may be taking shape.
Current market conditions may keep the price of gold afloat as bullion trades to a fresh yearly high ($1789) in July.
The Japanese Yen may continue its decline as AUD/JPY and EUR/JPY seem poised to move higher. GBP/JPY proving to be the laggard, struggling at key resistance.