The market is preparing for the announcement of the Fed meeting. Reduced rates by 0.25% is expected by almost all market participants. Main interest is yaet rhetoric of the press conference the head of the Fed Powell. Consolidation and the typical activity of the end of the month will prevail until the end of the day. The US dollar continues to lead. Economic statistics today are many, but serious hesitation it will not cause.
EURUSD - pair displaced slowly aetsya above in the fixation of short positions. Range of 1.1140-1.1170.
GBPUSD - the pair remains in consolidation between 1.2150 and 1.2200.
USDJPY - the range of 108.40-108.70, the activity is very low.
EURCHF - small displacement range above, today is 1.1030-1.1070.
AUDUSD - pair entrenched below 0.69, the range of the day - 0.6860-0.6900.
NZDUSD - Activity centered around the level of 0.66, the range of the day - 0.6580-0.6620.
USDCAD - a couple steps back from recent local maxima, the range of 1.3130-1.3170.
Gold - continuing repression of short positions, but the dynamics remained weak. Range of 1425-1435.
Brent crude oil - continues to grow, the range of 64.50-65.50. Of interest is the reaction of the market to mark 66 - the upper limit of the medium-term trading range.
USDRUB - a new wave of growth yesterday ran again on the sale of about 63.60 and higher. 63.20-63.60 range is maintained.
BTCUSD - continues to consolidate in the range 9200-10000.
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