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EuroZone GDP is due GMT 9.00 today and may propel a EUR bullish move towards 1.1850. Yet, US jobless claim fall may significantly give rise to a balance in the EUR rally today. While we are writing this report (GMT 6.15), the EUR/USD pair is trading close to 1.1800 and...
Although fears about Italy’s political crises have subsided, tension in Europe remains high thanks to President Trump’s dreaded steel tariffs which come into effect today. It’s a decision that has tested the tempers of world leaders and risks sparking a full-scale trade war between the US, Europe and other...
As soon as the super-safe, decentralised qualities of blockchain were recognised, it was clear that this technology was destined for more than just hosting Bitcoin. It had the scope to revolutionise healthcare systems, protect the music industry, secure voting systems, and facilitate finance trades. However, in the race to...
Market optimists holding on to hope that the Bank of England would raise interest rates again this year were dealt a blow as inflation fell for the third month in a row. April’s lull to 2.4% represents the lowest level of Consumer Price Inflation since March 2017. This time, an...
More bad news for the Turkish lira today, as stop-loss sell-offs from Japanese retail investors hit the already-wounded currency hard. Investor confidence was nowhere to be seen on Wednesday as the lira continued its losing streak, dropping just over 5% before recovering some (but not much) ground later on in...
Oil prices are creeping up and up amid escalating geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and beyond. Today, Brent crude oil prices shot up to their highest levels since November 2014, briefly breaking through the $80-a-barrel mark. The fallout from US President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the...
Australia’s much-awaited employment report for April was released this morning. The soft wage reports released for March and the general weakening of the Australian dollar meant that the economy was definitely in need of some good news. Another negative report could put more pressure on the Reserve Bank of...
This week, a shipment of soybeans from Argentina to Malaysia marked an important milestone for the technology industry and the world of commerce. At the start of this year, the popular cryptocurrency bitcoin finally lost the momentum that had been building throughout 2017. As 2018 began, all of the doubts...
In light of Brexit and the US election, it’s a wonder analysts didn’t see it coming. Yet, Mahathir Mohamad’s victory in the Malaysian election this week marks another unexpected political U-turn and upset to the markets. The 92-year-old reclaimed his position, after a brief 15-year retirement, in order to...
Gold is another casualty of President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal – along with Transatlantic diplomatic relations and the general cause of nuclear disarmament. Trump announced the US withdrawal from the 2015 agreement on Tuesday. It’s a move that surprised no one, despite France’s Emmanuel...