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As tension mounts in the Middle East, positive steps continue to be made in the Far East between North Korea and its rivals. Early yesterday morning, three US citizens touched down on home soil, having been released from captivity in North Korea only hours before. The move likely constitutes a goodwill...
When the Bank of America’s strategists sat down to compile their report for the week ahead, they certainly weren’t short of things to talk about. This week, there are presidential meetings, G7 reactions, Brexit decisions, interest rate hikes and more trade tariffs – enough to potentially shape the world’s...
Brexit, Pound Sterling & GBP/USD pair trending points The UK lawmakers rejected PM May’s Brexit strategy, GBP outlook appears to be bearish UK House of Common and parliament members are against great odds, as EU seems unlikely to renegotiate again over a Brexit deal PM May has 12 days...
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...
GBP surge begins, as market sentiment improves The BoE warned about the Brexit recession potential which had been impacting the market negatively. The US FED Chairman Jerome Powel, spoke of monetary policy shift, delivering a mammoth bull run of GBP. Earlier today, in the face of a timid BoE comment,...
Japanese yen, US administration, GBP and US government shutdown trending points Japanese Yen may jolt further upwards, as political turmoil over Washington DC could jumpstart a market aversion Possible US government border shutdown indicating a fragile growth outlook UK Quarter 3 revised GDP was not noxious, as it might...
EURO and USD trending points Amidst concerns of global economic growth, US/China trade war, tech stock wobbling, USD has still been holding its key support, currently residing just over 96.00, however, buyers are stepping away. OECD mentioned yesterday that the global growth is tumbling and financial risks are firing...
This is the number one argument I often hear when speaking to Iranian youths internally and it's diaspora living abroad, while they peak with one eye at Gulf states like Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar & Kuwait and wondering, where are our riches? Where is our oil money? Iran’s crude oil...
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...
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 ...