EUR/NOK to advance nicely over coming months.

Recent indicators suggest a broad-based sharply deteriorating growth outlook.Therefore, economists at Danske Bank expect the EUR/NOK to edge higher over the next few months before easing back lower in 2023.

Q4 headwinds looming for NOK.“We still think EUR/NOK is heading higher over the coming 3-6M driven by a slowdown in growth, a European recession, volatile asset markets and further spread tightening in the short-end of rates curves.” 

“For 2023, we still pencil in a NOK rebound – but timing is tricky. Until we see global central banks signal a shift of policy towards a more dovish direction we prefer to play the weak leg in NOK.”“We forecast EUR/NOK at 10.60 in 3M and 9.80 in 12M.”

 EUR/USD stays below 0.9800 after US inflation data

EUR/USD continues to trade in negative territory below 0.9800 in the American session on Friday. The data from the US showed that the annual PCE inflation declined to 6.2% in August but the stronger-than-expected core reading didn’t allow the pair to gain traction.

EUR/USD News 

GBP/USD rebounds from daily lows, reclaims 1.1100

GBP/USD fell to a fresh daily low below 1.1030 but managed to reverse its direction and climbed above 1.1100 during the American trading hours on Friday. The pair remains on track to snap a two-week losing streak despite having suffered heavy losses earlier in the week.

GBP/USD News 

Gold extends daily rally beyond $1,670

Gold preserved its bullish momentum and rose above $1,670 after the mixed inflation data from the US on Friday. The benchmark 10-year yield is down more than 2% as markets look to wrap up the third quarter, fueling XAU/USD’s daily rally. 

Gold News 

Shiba Eternity download day the biggest bullish catalyst in SHIB history?

Shytoshi Kusama, the project lead for Shiba Inu, has dropped a teaser about Shiba Eternity games for the SHIB community. Proponents expect the launch of the collectible card game to be a bullish catalyst for Shiba Inu price. 

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