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Across the Forex landscape, it was truly a big morning today with big data coming up from all over the world. We have received rate decisions from UK, Europe and Turkey. Morning market was highly volatile, driven by US August Inflation and disappointing CPI as well as PPI report....
A BOE meeting is due in September 13th and we are watching a little space of uplift for the GBP-USD pair. Right now, when the report is being written, the GBP-USD is traded around 1.3010, winding upwards. While the crawling of the USD pressure is growing and IG sentiment...
Although there is a “record breaking hike” of “small business confidence”, S&P 500 is not responding to the readings. Job creation and job openings were always contributing factors, yet market remains unresponsive. Consumer Confidence survey is due in Friday. The NFIB Index Reports The NFIB index has been jumped to a...
It’s typically only used as a bragging tool between friends, but it may now be worth paying more attention to your Uber rating if you want to continue using the service. A few months ago, it was the potential for Uber to detect whether app-users were drunk or high...
Anger as artefacts destroyed by fire at Brazil National Museum On Sunday, the 2nd of September, a devastating fire swept through the National Museum of Brazil. While fire fighters have not yet been able to gain total access to the building to assess the full extent of the damage,...
In May 2018, San Franciscans took to the streets to protest the changes the technology industry was making to their city. Located in an ideal position for both Google and Apple employees, San Francisco attracts a large number of commuters and hosts designated buses travelling to major tech headquarters,...
Two journalists with international news agency Reuters have been jailed for seven years on a charge of the illegal possession of official documents in Myanmar. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo had been investigating the allegations of state-sanctioned violence against the Rohingya Muslim community and claim they have been...
WHO: Measles spreading in Europe due to dropping vaccination rates The World Health Organisation (WHO) is attributing the rise of measles in Europe to a drop in MMR vaccinations. The first half of 2018 saw a surge of reported measles cases across the continent. Over 41,000 individuals (children and adults) caught...
Last Friday, Turkey’s 80 million inhabitants woke up to a declining and desperate economy. The country, which had recently shown signs of promising economic growth, was suddenly diagnosed with a full-blown currency crisis. Plummeting to an all-time low on Monday, the Turkish lira remains in focus today as the...
Office drones self-conscious about their many furtive trips to the kitchen can relax; it’s official – drinking coffee is good for you. Smug sips, everyone. Research released this week suggests that coffee drinkers may live longer than their caffeine-avoiding counterparts. The study was conducted by the US National Cancer Institute...