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USD price lowering, EURo, GBP, AUD bullish after US mid-term election, further USD Downfall expected The US currency has reacted negatively to the US mid-term election result, as a risk of political gridlock in Washington is looming large With democrats controlling the house of representatives and Republicans retaining the...
GBP strengthening, important bullish technical levels ahead followed by USD softening on US mid-term election result GBP strengthening, as USD price dipped lower on mid-term election result and democrats regain house of representatives and republican retains the senate resulting a political jam in Washington Important GBP bullish technical...
The USD is outperforming, as German Chancellor Merkel exits Merkel exit suggests immense political mayhem in Euro Zone and EUR is dropping insanely losing nearly 40 pips in the last 20 minutes Federal reserve QT spurring a USD hike Month end re balancing suggests a USD buying position...
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...
On Wednesday 5th September, the New York Times published an article entitled ‘I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration’. Along with political journalist Bob Woodward’s recent book, ‘Fear: Trump in the White House’, the article is another testimony detailing Trump’s supposed inadequacy as President. Only this...
Mainstream voters worldwide are watching the election race unfold in Sweden with no small sense of anxiety. Recent years have seen surging support for anti-establishment, nationalist parties, with closely run elections in the Netherlands, Germany, France and Austria, and the instatement of a League-Five Star coalition in Italy. The latest...
In the chaos of Brexit negotiations, YouGov announced the results of their new survey on the public’s attitude towards a second referendum. Compared to April 2017, the survey showed a ten per cent increase in the number of British citizens now in favour of a second chance to vote...
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 year, Turkey’s citizens voted in a referendum which would dramatically up the stakes for its next election. In April 2017, article 18, which changed the country’s parliamentary system to an executive presidency, was marginally passed with 51.4% of the vote. Under its implementation, the president holds executive power,...
This week, President Donald Trump threatened to escalate the US-China trade war with yet another round of tariffs on an additional $200billion worth of Chinese goods. He waded into Germany’s immigration debate, whilst facing a major backlash over his latest immigration tactics, which involve separating children from their families...