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22 January, 2018
Shares showed almost no reaction to the government shutdown in US. Today will mark the third day of it. Greenback remains weak...
19 January, 2018
The US dollar is trying to recover at the end of the week. Earlier, the US currency fell to a 3-year low against major currencies on fears that the US federal government could be closed...
The Pound maintains position of the firmest currency, waiting for the retail sales report. Meanwhile, the greenback is the softest. US shares are strong...
18 January, 2018
The euro and the Swiss franc are trading as the strongest major currencies today. The British pound has significantly strengthened against the US dollar and the Japanese yen amid optimism about Brexit. The GBP/USD pair peaks at 1.3942...
Market is almost motionless. The greenback didn’t ultimately recommenced. This may come as a surprise, but yesterday’s BoC’s rate hike to 1.25% didn’t boost Loonie...
17 January, 2018
The euro is trading generally lower today, after some ECB officials expressed concern about the recent appreciation of the currency against the US dollar. ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio expressed concern about the sudden movements of the euro, which do not reflect changes in the fundamentals...
The dynamic of the US shares was mixed. DOW lifted 283 points to hit the maximum of 26086.12 but then dropped 0.04% to 25792.86, marking the largest daily reversal in two years...
16 January, 2018
The US dollar remains the weakest major currency for the week. Commodity currencies, in particular the Australian dollar, remain strong...
The greenback has slightly recovered but still lacks upside impulse. Aussie significantly reinforced, trading as the firmest since the Shanghai SSE composite index almost hit a yearly maximum of 3450...
15 January, 2018
The greenback remains at extremely low levels, it’s trading as the weakest currency. On the other hand, the single currency is boosted by the progress in negotiation between Christian Democratic Union and Social-Democratic Party. Jens Weidmann (Bundesbank Head) stated that ECB does not require any rate hike and the move won’t be executed until the QE program is over. The Pound rose on the hopes for a beneficial trade deal after Brexit...
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