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John Benjamin

John is a market analyst, covering FX, futures and derivatives markets. With over 10 years of experience, John keenly follows market developments. He combines a mix of inter-market plays, technical analysis and macro-economic themes to bring meaning out of the market chaos.

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GBP to INR forecast: can the pair break out above all-time highs?

As #1 in the international remittance market, India attracts FX traders. Learn why…

John Benjamin12:26, 23 June 2021
GBP to ZAR forecast: does a new Covid wave matter?

Will a new Covid wave interrupt South Africa’s economic rebound? Read the GBP to ZAR forecast.

John Benjamin12:15, 23 June 2021
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Palladium price forecast 2021: will the rally continue?

What’s in store for palladium’s price now as supply catches up with the demand?

John Benjamin18:02, 18 June 2021
Euro forecast vs USD and GBP: German elections and EU economy

Explore the latest euro forecast against the backdrop of German elections and the Eurozone economy.

John Benjamin10:54, 17 June 2021
GBP to CAD forecast: commodity prices and race for higher rate

View the GBP/CAD prediction and read the latest price analysis at

John Benjamin16:41, 15 June 2021
GBP/USD long term forecast: tailwinds boosting sterling higher

Can the GBP/USD future remain bright? Read this pound to dollar forecast

John Benjamin14:34, 10 June 2021
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Best Forex pairs to trade in June amid inflation uncertainty

Find out why these three currency pairs are the best to watch in June.

John Benjamin21:23, 8 June 2021

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