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    • Euro Q4 2022 Fundamental Forecast: Euro Faces a Storm Into Year-End Coming into 3Q’22, the Euro was facing a litany of issues that prevented any sort of significant rebound: slowing economic growth; the Russian invasion of Ukraine; energy inventories; and concerns around a potential fragmentation of European bond markets..   Euro Q4 2022 Technical Forecast: EUR/USD Bearish Continuation Not too long ago 'parity' appeared unlikely. Now, it represents a rather ambitious level. Key levels to consider for a bearish continuation  
    • USD Q4 2022 Fundamental Forecast: USD Harnessed Fundamental Winds, Now a Threat There was no stopping the US Dollar through the third quarter as the world’s most liquid currency drew on the benefits of a striking yield advantage on an aggressive Federal Reserve rate hike regime.   USD Q4 2022 Technical Forecast: Still Bullish on the US Dollar USD has both the rate advantage while also being the safe-haven, positioning the Greenback for continued gains into the end of the year.  
    • Bitcoin Q4 2022 Fundamental Forecast: It’s Still One Trade All things considered, 3Q’22 wasn’t that bad for cryptocurrency markets and Bitcoin prices in particular, which fell by around -4.5% over the past three months.   Bitcoin Q4 2022 Technical Forecast: Lower Before Higher The outlook for BTC/USD this coming quarter to put simply is, lower before higher. As it currently stands there is the dollar and everything else, meaning that as the dollar propels higher just about everything else suffers, except volatility.  
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