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Analysis of Global Assets in 2024

In the ever-evolving world of finance, understanding the intricate dynamics that shape market trends is paramount

As we progress through 2024, a thorough examination of key financial instruments reveals a complex interplay of monetary policies, economic fundamentals, and market sentiments. This comprehensive analysis offers insights into the trajectories of major assets, providing investors with a roadmap in these uncertain times. Stay ahead of the curve with our exclusive updates on financial market analysis 2024, tailored for traders and investors seeking strategic advantages.

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Strong breakdown on USDMXN; More to Come After Rally

USDMXN is in a strong breakdown for the last few months if not years, with recent extensions down to 16.30 after a nice breakdown through the trendline support.

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Silver Pulls Back, Support at $24

Silver has been trading sideways since 2021, indicating a corrective move due to its choppy and overlapping price action.

US Yields: Possible For Move Down 3% Rather Than Back To 5%

In the years following the economic reopening after COVID-19, U.S. Treasury yields surged as inflation spiked significantly.

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Australian Dollar Breaking Out of a Downward Channel; Bullish for 2024

Commodity currencies have been demonstrating robust strength, notably outperforming the Euro (EUR) and British Pound (GBP) since November.

Interpreting the German-US Yield Differential: A Harbinger for EURUSD Movements

In todays article I will look the difference between German and US bond yields can give us hints about where the Euro-Dollar exchange rate might be headed.

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Silver’s Awaited Breakout: Navigating Market Dynamics and Patience

Today, I want to talk about silver because it’s one of the things that everyone expects to break higher.

10 Year US Yields: Final Leg In A Bullish Sequence?

The USD has recently demonstrated an upward trend, after higher inflation data last week but still below 3.3% expectations y/y.