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October 29, 2019

Voting on the UK General Elections: What to Expect from the Pound?

Added 1 year ago By Arthur Idiatulin
Attempt №2 On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try a second time to convince lawmakers to approve early parliamentary elections to b...
October 29, 2019

Precious Metals Monday 29-10-2019

Added 1 year ago By Patrick Munnelly
Gold With a host of central bank rate decisions slated this week, it will be an important week for metals. In the US, the Federal Reserve is widely an...
October 29, 2019

The Investment Bank Outlook 29-10-2019

Added 1 year ago By Patrick Munnelly
In our Investment Bank Outlook each week, we bring you a selection of perspectives from leading investment banks to outline the key issues and directi...
October 28, 2019

Preview of the Fed Meeting: What to Expect From Dollar After the Third Rate cut in a row?

Added 1 year ago By Arthur Idiatulin
With each new interest rate cut, it is becoming increasingly difficult for the Fed to maintain a straight face, commenting on the decision as a neutra...
October 25, 2019

Key economic events and reports of the upcoming week

Added 1 year ago By Arthur Idiatulin
Tuesday, October 29, 2019 - CB Consumer Confidence (Oct)(USD), Pending Home Sales (MoM) (Sep)(USD). Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - CPI (QoQ) (Q3)(AUD),...
October 25, 2019

Gloomy ECB Forecasts Pave the way for Weaker Euro as “Indefinite QE” looks new Reality

Added 1 year ago By Arthur Idiatulin
The outlook for output and inflation in the Eurozone continued to deteriorate, showed a key study by the European Central Bank on Friday. This once ag...
October 25, 2019

BoJ Needs to come up with more Easing to Look “Strong”

Added 1 year ago By Arthur Idiatulin
For an ordinary investor, the rally of Nikkei 225 index to the yearly high on Thursday and Yen status as a model of stability in FX market seem to be ...
October 25, 2019

The Friday Forex Takeaway - Episode 6

Added 1 year ago By Patrick Munnelly
Key Points From This Week The standout winner among G10 currencies this week has been the Canadian Dollar with only itself and the Swiss Franc having ...
October 24, 2019

German Mfg. PMI: Years of QE are Down the Drain

Added 1 year ago By Arthur Idiatulin
Following the slack in manufacturing, employment in Germany showed first cracks - private sector unemployment rose slightly in October, for the first ...