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Day: February 16, 2021

Black leaders share their advice on how to help Black Americans succeed

kate_sept2004 | E+ | Getty Images In celebration of Black History Month, CNBC Invest in You is featuring weekly stories from CNBC contributors and members of the Financial Wellness Council, including the lessons they’ve learned growing up, their advice to Black youth, their inspirations and how they are working to close the racial wealth gap. …

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Euro Down Despite Sharp Confidence Data

The euro is showing slight losses in the Tuesday session. Currently, EUR/USD is trading at 1.2110, down 0.15% on the day. German economic confidence accelerates The German economy continues to struggle under the weight of Covid-19, but there was some positive news on Tuesday. The well-respected ZEW Economic Sentiment survey climbed to 71.2 in January, …

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USD/TRY: Lira Cracks Key Obstacles and Rises to 28-Week High; CBRT Meeting in Focus

The USDTRY fell to the lowest in 6 ½ months on Tuesday, following break and close below psychological 7.00 support on Monday. The Turkish lira remains very attractive to investors and further acceleration could be expected. The downtrend from new record high (8.5816) cracked strong supports at 7.00/6.88 zone (psychological / top of rising weekly …

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Fed’s Bullard doesn’t see asset bubble and doubts policy will tighten soon

St. Louis Federal Reserve president James Bullard said Tuesday that he doesn’t see a bubble in asset prices and doubts the central bank needs to start tightening policy anytime soon. With prices surging in the stock market and in alternative assets like bitcoin, Fed officials have faced repeated questions about whether low rates and trillions …

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EURJPY Optimistic After Break Above 127.49

EURJPY overcame the key 127.49 barrier yesterday but is marginally struggling to extend gains ahead of the 128.38 level, which happens to be the 123.6% Fibonacci retracement of the down leg from 127.06 until 121.61. The upward sloping Ichimoku lines are reflecting a surge in positive momentum, while the gradually climbing simple moving averages (SMAs) …

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Euro Weak With Dollar in as Stock Surge Further, Looks into German ZEW

Overall developments in the markets are unchanged as strong risk-on sentiments continue. Yen is currently the worst performer by a mile. Dollar, Euro and Swiss Franc are following behind. Sterling continue to stay strong together with commodity currencies. A focus today is on whether Germany ZEW economic sentiment and Eurozone GDP could give Euro a …

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Asian Open: Firmer Asian GDP And Vaccine Rollouts Buoy Sentiment

The global vaccine rollout and stronger GDP across Asia retained a positive tone for equity markets, sending the yen lower and the Nikkei to a 30-year high. Japan’s GDP (growth domestic product) surprised to the upside in Q4 on Monday, rising 12.7% versus 9.5% forecast, up from 22.9% prior. This also saw the annualised rate …

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Dow futures rise 250 points as stocks look to add to record levels

Pedestrians walk in snow past the Wall Street subway station near the New York Stock Exchange. Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images Futures contracts tied to the major U.S. stock indexes rose in extended trading Monday evening after finishing strong last week. Dow futures rose 250 points, suggested an implied open of about the …

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