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USD Rises Despite Dovish FOMC Minutes
The US dollar has strengthened over the European morning on Thursday, extending gains in the wake of yesterday’s FOMC meeting minutes.
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Crude Correction Continues As EIA Highlights Further Inventories Build
Crude oil prices were knocked sharply lower this week as the latest industry reporting weigh on sentiment.
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What To Expect From The EU Elections
Will EU elections impact the euro?
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FOMC Minutes Urge Patience On Rate Hikes
The Federal Reserve released the monetary policy meeting minutes late yesterday.
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USD Lower As Traders Wait For FOMC Meeting Minutes
The US dollar has been a little weaker over the European session on Wednesday as a lack of key data drivers has turned attention elsewhere. Looking ahead today though, we have the release of the FOMC minutes.
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Upcoming German PMIs And Final GDP
The euro is in for a busy day tomorrow. A host of key data points is scheduled for release during the day.
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Dollar Down For Five Straight Days Ahead Of FOMC
Over the European morning on Wednesday, the US dollar posted its fifth consecutive daily decline, taking the index back down to test the 97.13 level support.
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As the topic trends on twitter, is it possible Trump Colluded?
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While the politics of Europe and the US have been the main market focus over the last two years, the focus is now turning east as the Chinese Communist Party Congress convenes its twice-a-decade meeting. The primary purpose of the congress is to
GBP Soars As BOE Suggests The Market Is Underpricing A UK Rate Hike
GBP soared to fresh 2017 highs against the US Dollar today as the latest Bank of England meeting marked a further hawkish shift. Although the MPC voted 7 – 2 to keep rates on hold, there were clear indications that the bank is
German Elections Update: Why Political Gridlock Could Be Good For Markets
A victory by the CDU/CSU without a clear majority, leading to the formation of another coalition government should be taken as a positive sign by markets as it marks the passing of yet another eurozone election without a populist, Eurosceptic party
German Elections: Merkel Leading Comfortably But Undecided Voters Still Pose Risks
The German election campaign continues to tick along as expected with the CDU/CSU maintaining a comfortable lead over the SPD, in second, who are expected to form a coalition government with Merkel’s party following the voting in three weeks’ time.
German Election: Introducing The Main Parties – From CDU To AfD
In the aftermath of the Dutch, Austrian and French elections, markets now turn their attention to the most important of the eurozone elections: the German election. As the country is the largest economy in the eurozone, the nation’s political
June Nonfarm Payrolls Report – Recap
Last Friday’s nonfarm payrolls data that was released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) showed that the economy added 222,000 jobs during the month of June. There was more positive news as past revisions for the two months showed

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