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The Australian Dollar fell further last week as the foreign and domestic negatives for it piled up. A general risk appetite bounce could help but is hard to foresee
The US Dollar may rise as the Federal Reserve talks down prospects for near-term stimulus even as slowing growth and shaky politics rattle global financial markets
Spot gold prices eye safe-haven bids in response to US China trade war risk, but XAUUSD could face headwinds if the May FOMC minutes due for release next week reveal a hawkish Fed.
The Euro will likely experience its most volatile week year-to-date as the ECB and Fed release their meeting minutes and the EU undergoes the most consequential vote in its history
US/China continue to pressure equity markets, focus turns towards Fed Chair Powell. DAX