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Commodities. Daily history for Monday, November 22, 2021

Raw materials Closed Change, %
Brent 79.4 1.24
Silver 24.148 -1.66
Gold 1804.517 -2.03
Palladium 1952.61 -4.36

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EUR/JPY adds to the recent pullback and retests 128.00. Further south comes the August/September lows at 127.93. EUR/JPY extends the downside and revisits the 12800 region at the end of the week. The continuation of the downtrend remains in the pipeline and therefore another visit to the monthly low at 127.97 (November 19) looks likely in the short-term horizon. A move further south should see the August and September low around 127.93 retested. Looking at the broader picture, the outlook
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USD/CNH: Upside pressure mitigated below 6.3750 – UOB
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13:46 26.11.2021
Three key things to watch out for in FX markets in 2022 – ING
ING's Global Head of Markets, Chris Turner, lays out three key things to watch out for in the FX world next year. Three key FX themes for 2022 “The first thing to watch out for is a stronger dollar. The US economy continues to perform extremely well, so watch out for interest rate rises from the Fed.” “Commodity currencies, those which are linked to a country's export of raw materials, are set to do well. We are thinking Canada, Norway and Russia here.” &ldquo
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