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Year: 2021

GBPJPY Sellers Struggle to Amplify Price Pullback

GBPJPY is currently finding its feet around a support barrier shaped between the 156.00 handle and the highs reached in late May and early June. Even though the 100- and 200-period simple moving averages (SMAs) are defending the positive structure, the price dip beneath the 50-period SMA is implying some waning in positive drive. Currently, …

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Mortgage rates rise to an 8-month high, tanking refinance demand

Real estate agents arrive at a brokers tour showing a house for sale in San Rafael, California. Getty Images Mortgage rates have been on a tear this month, rising yet again last week to the highest level in eight months, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. That caused mixed demand for mortgages last week, resulting …

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Canadian Dollar Retreats Ahead Of The BOC Interest Rate Decision

The relentless rally of US equities continued in the overnight session as investors remained optimistic about the earnings season. The S&P 500 soared to a record high of $4,570 while the Dow Jones rose to more than $35,742. Some of the companies that have reported strong results this week were Facebook, Microsoft, and HSBC. The …

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AUD Mildly Higher after CPI, CAD Consolidates as BoC Awaited

Australian Dollar rises broadly today with support from strong inflation data. But upside is capped by mildly negative investment sentiment in Asia. While DOW and S&P 500 made new records overnight, there is no follow through in risk-on sentiment. Overall currency markets are mixed, with Yen as second strongest so far. Dollar is the weakest …

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Investors pour money into Chinese start-ups despite regulatory crackdown

Aerial view of vehicles being driven on the road through the central business district on October 5, 2020 in Beijing, China. Zhang Qiao | Visual China Group | Getty Images BEIJING — Global investors put more money into Chinese start-ups in the third quarter, despite Beijing’s regulatory crackdown that’s paused a rush of Chinese IPOs …

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