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Article By: ING Economics
Bank Indonesia surprised markets on the timing for a second rate cut to help spur economic growth amidst global headwinds.
Article By: Yohay Elam
GBP/USD has been trading steadily after a friendly Johnson-Merkel encounter.
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Article By: Matt Simpson
The US dollar held steady after the slightly-less dovish than expected FOMC minutes, although volatility remains subdued ahead of key PMI data from Europe and US and, of course, Jackson Hole Symposium tomorrow.
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Article By: Equitymaster India
The BSE Sensex is trading down by 271 points and the NSE Nifty is trading down by 82 points. Meanwhile, the BSE Mid Cap index and the BSE Small Cap index are trading down by 0.8% and 1.6% respectively.
In this article: INDY, EPI, PIN, INDA Read
Article By: DailyFX
The Euro may suffer against the US Dollar if the release of the ECB minutes reveals stronger-than-expected dovish inclinations against the backdrop of Eurozone PMI publications.
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Article By: Keith Park
Many of the new entities continued to perform well as well as pay dividends. Others might have performed ok but did not pay a dividend.
In this article: DOV, KMB, APY, LTC, AVNS Read
Article By: Orbex
Markets saw little activity after the release of the Fed’s meeting minutes yesterday.
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Article By: Matt Simpson
Canada’s inflation surprised to the upside yesterday, providing CAD with a boost and further lowering expectations for a cut.
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Article By: Gene Inger
Trepidation ahead of potentially significant news continues, but mostly this market ponders the impact lower rates would have.
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Article By: Jeffrey P. Snider
What you cannot help but observe from the central bank is an obvious position of weakness. The PBOC’s balance sheet does not grow. Period.
In this article: GXC Read


Gary Anderson Commented on Economist Lays Out The Next Step To Wonderland For The Fed:

I think the Fed is more comfortable with a little deflation than it is with soaring growth. They have to protect the collateral.

Carol W Commented on Market Briefing For Thursday, August 22:

good thoughts. caution is warranted. sitting on my hands for now.

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