Currencies

The Bank of England and politics could push sterling even lower.
The level of fiscal stimulus from the U.S. is huge, and that's bullish.
A bullish flag pattern projects the dollar index to fly higher.
The pound has more than discounted a shift in British fiscal policy given the level where it is.
If you missed a move in gold, take a look at the Swiss franc. 
The signs are pointing up.
After Brexit, the central bank's head promises a rate cut.
Reaction has created a crisis industry.
The huge rally in the yen following Brexit was highly emotional.
Beware of the falling political dominoes. 

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