Aussie Gaining Strength What’s in the News? The first since Trump took office, the nuclear test is a new obstacle for markets that has proven strong in the recent period of tension on the Korean peninsula. Any nation doing business with Kim Jong Un’s government, the US President Donald Trump threatened to increase economic penalty […]

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Gold Continues to Decline What’s in the News? With response to the geopolitical rigidity the gold investors are taking pleasure from the recent rise in price. The overall price and responsiveness of gold appears feeble than would have been expected from the historically based models and for understandable reasons. Due to cryptocurrencies, the influence of […]

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Sterling struggling to keep upside move What’s in the News? The yearly growth of house price diminished during the month of July and August from 2.9% to 2.1%. In the recent months, there was a decline in the house price growth to 2-3% from 4-5% which was obtained in the year 2016. The year 2016 […]

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Greenback gaining against Canadian dollar What’s in the News? During the month of July, the U.S goods trade slippage increased as the exports fell. The export of consumer goods also declined further suggesting a moderate contribution to the economic growth in the third quarter. The capital goods exports also rose at 1.5 percent. The annual […]

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Dollar Looks Bearish What’s in the News? On Friday, the economists resolved the fate of the global economy at a mountain lodge as President Donald Trump’s name was rarely disclosed as the top central bankers. Without even citing the man in the White House, the presentations from Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, The European Central Bank […]

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Greenback Gaining against Swiss What’s in the News? Due to the continuous lowflation lots of people are exasperated. Central banks on both sides of the Atlantic are trying to identify the causes. This situation makes the decisions of the monetary policy difficult and weakens the range of institutional solutions which have been proposed by academics. […]

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Greenback strengthens What’s in the News? All the 12 regional banks which come under the Federal Reserve wants to hold steady the rate commercial banks are charged for emergency loans. The U.S Central bank during its July 25-26 meeting kept its discount rate unchanged and lending rate steady. In a move to keep the discount […]

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Dollar headed for some correction What’s in the News? Wall Street has been expecting that Donald Trump’s election would bring in a new business-friendly era in Washington. Dalio was one of the investors who believed that the new administration would perform well for the country’s growth, but things have been unpleasant so far. According to the […]

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Sterling consolidates against Greenback What’s in the News? UK’s Brexit department is now focusing on emphasizing its strategic positions with the European Union which includes regulations of goods to data protection. Apart from the divorce talks, Prime Minister Theresa May’s government wants to discuss with the EU regarding their future relationship with the bloc. The […]

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Kiwi looking to gain momentum What’s in the News? According to the Federal Reserve, the factory production has gone down by 0.1% last month and overall industrial production has increased by 0.2%. As expected, the leading indicators increased in July. This reflects an improving economic outlook. According to the economists poll by Reuters, as predicted, […]

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