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Four factors to drive forex in a huge two weeks for traders

The first two weeks of March will be massive for trading forex. We highlight the four factors that will drive major markets.

The EUR outlook with another ECB rate hike on the cards

The EUR continues to perform well against other major currencies. With the upcoming ECB monetary policy meeting, we expect this to continue.

An air of caution despite Bank of England hiking by 75bps

The Bank of England has joined the Fed in hiking by 75 basis points. However, this looks to be a dovish hike amid dissenting voters and a bid to rein in market expectations.

The Week that Could Make or Break the Markets

This week is heavy on economic data coming out from several corners of the world – here’s what to look for.

Reserve Bank of Australia Decision: Rate Hike or Hold?

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is in the spotlight as it gears up for its upcoming meeting on Tuesday. Analysts are divided on whether there will be a 25 basis points (bps) rate hike, or if the RBA will maintain the current rate of 4.10%.

A packed week for the markets on the horizon

Looking back at the past week, it seems that most asset classes were stuck in their recent ranges, except for DXY which finally broke out of the range, closing above 102.

Bank of England (BoE)

The Bank of England is the central bank that makes monetary policy maintain price decisions for the United Kingdom. Its primary objective is to e stability.

Equity markets look strong again amid the risk recovery

A decisive rebound in equities has come as markets look beyond the banking crisis. The prospect of lower interest rates leaves them well-positioned to rally.


A rally is a sustained positive move in price, in bull or bear markets. Rallies can last for a few minutes to several months or years, based on trading style.

Gold to outperform amid a US banking crisis & a dovish Fed

As the US banking crisis has soured risk appetite, and the Federal Reserve has turned more dovish, this leaves gold primed to retest the highs.

Rethinking central bank expectations into a crucial FOMC

The turmoil in the past week amid a banking crisis in the US and a broader hit to market confidence will likely mean an earlier end to monetary policy tightening. The FOMC meeting will likely give further indication of this.

What is the Risk to Reward Ratio in Trading?

The risk-reward ratio helps to understand how much you can potentially earn for every 1 USD invested. If the reward is too low vs. the risk, it’s not a good trade, and vice versa.

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