Barring an unexpectedly sharp rally this evening, the dollar is set to end the week significantly lower.
It seems like the market is becoming less afraid of North Korea rhetoric as reports of missile test failures make their way into the news.

The longevity of the technology stocks rally is on the line next week as Netflix Inc kicks off the earnings season for a sector t

Crude oil edged back from a five-week high on Tuesday, as rising U.S. shale oil production weighed against support from tensions in the Middle East and production cuts in OPEC and other states.
Big U.S. lenders are expected to report another round of uninspiring quarterly results next week, which analysts said could dampen a "Trump rally" in bank stocks fueled by expectations the new president would lighten financial regulation and boost the economy.
WTI crude oil had a nice rally last week, but I believe that rally will stall and the oil price will come back down.
We believe corn futures will steadily decline to the low $3.40's.
Global stocks were vulnerable to losses during early trading on Monday with investors on edge as the heightened geopolitical tensions in East Asia weighed on risk sentiment.
U.S. oil inventories are at record levels, but there are a few glimmers of hope that the glut could be starting to subside.
Gold and silver have risen for the third straight day and both precious metals look set to close the week higher. Over the past nine weeks, gold has risen on eight occasions. Silver meanwhile has risen in each of the past nine weeks.