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GBP, Brexit and market sentiment trending points After a volatile day, which breached GBP/USD pair volatility index at its highest since July 2016, another volatile session would likely to chop the British currency further ahead of today’s (March 12th) Brexit vote due to be held on GMT 19.00 ...
Sterling side way swing continues, as Trump totters Brexit deal in a criticism In a recent press briefing, President Donald Trump warns that the EU-UK Brexit could pour cold water over US-UK trade relationship UK PM Theresa May getting prepared to take hit over the recently signed Brexit deal ...
GBP, EURO, Brexit and US dollar trending points Tuesday (March 12th) delivers another landmark defeat for PM May’s amended Brexit, as UK lawmakers rejected the Brexit amendment by 149 votes Today’s (March 13th) no-deal Brexit vote would likely to be rejected, while an extension of Article 50 and...
GBP tumbling as no-deal Brexit expectations growing large Bank of England inflation expectations under microscope Budget policy likely to be more twisting No-deal Brexit expectation growing large Autumn budget in Monday might lessen the suffocation “just” a bit Political turmoil over British soil  The heavyweight pound sterling continues to fall...
Sterling still at risk, as sell-offs remain large Sterling short-term outlook remains negative, as further cabinet resignations are expected UK PM May likely to retain her power, yet back to back resignations from the cabinets put PM positioning in Jeopardy DUP told that they would not be supporting the...
Italy is the latest country facing choppy waters amid the rising tide of nationalism and protectionism. Yet the financial markets remain strangely numb to the news that a coalition government between two populist, anti-EU parties in the EU zone’s third-largest economy is becoming increasingly likely. An inconclusive election result in...
Sterling, UK job data and Brexit trending points UK employment resides at a record high, as GBP gained in excess of 0.90 percent against American dollar, gaining 120pips in the intra-day trading so far. Brexit hope adds further bullish bias, as divorce deadline might have been delayed, if a...
The New Zealand government is attempting to sort the country’s surging house prices and growing homelessness problem by banning foreign buyers from purchasing residential properties. The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill was passed by parliament with a vote of 63 to 57 on Wednesday. It’s not a shocking development, considering that...
Last week, fake-news re-entered the headlines when President Donald Trump threatened to remove the credentials of any media outlet publishing “negative (fake)” stories. However extreme this eradication of anything but Trump-friendly reportage seems, it’s overshadowed by the law Malaysia passed at the beginning of April this year. The “Anti-Fake...
PM May pressing ahead despite emerging no-confidence vote issue UK PM May pressing Brexit despite threat of a no-confidence vote, as she would be leaving for Brussels to meet EU officials before an urgent EU summit due November 25th Sterling sluggishly pulsing back from last week’s sell-off, as FED’s...