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Day: March 25, 2021

After SNB Decision, Will Swiss Franc Resume its Decline?

The Swiss franc is unchanged in Thursday trading. Currently, USD/CHF is trading at 0.9353, down 0.02% on the day. Swiss franc steady as SNB holds the course There were no surprises from the Swiss National Bank, which held its policy meeting on Wednesday. As expected, the bank maintained its key rate at -0.75%. The bank tweaked …

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Powell praises economic recovery and sees Fed pulling back help after ‘substantial’ progress

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell prepares for a House Financial Services Committee hearing on “Oversight of the Treasury Department’s and Federal Reserve’s Pandemic Response” in the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 2, 2020. Jim Lo Scalzo | Reuters Powerful fiscal help from Congress combined with accelerated vaccine distribution has allowed the …

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Swiss Franc Decline Slows after SNB, Dollar Attempting Rise after Jobless Claims

Sterling trades mildly higher in rather quiet market today while Euro and Yen turn softer. Dollar is attempting to extend this week’s rally after better than expected jobless claim data. But no follow through buying is seen in the greenback yet. Swiss Franc’s selloff slowed mildly after SNB upgraded inflation forecasts. But then recovery is …

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Weekly jobless claims tumble to lowest level in more than a year

First-time claims for unemployment insurance unexpectedly fell sharply last week amid signs that hiring has picked up in the U.S. economy, the Labor Department reported Thursday. Claims totaled 684,000 for the week ended March 20, the first time the number has been below 700,000 during the Covid-19 era. The level was a substantial decline from …

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UK start-up funding platforms scrap $190 million merger amid competition concerns

Darren Westlake, co-founder and CEO of Crowdcube, at a fintech conference in London, on April 12, 2017. Simon Dawson | Bloomberg via Getty Images LONDON — British start-up crowdfunding platforms Crowdcube and Seedrs agreed Thursday to terminate their £140 million ($192 million) merger, a day after regulators raised competition concerns with the deal. The U.K. …

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SNB Appears Less Concerned about Franc’s Strength, Raises Inflation Forecasts

The SNB left all its monetary policy measures unchanged. It kept the policy rate and interest on sight deposits at −0.75% and pledged to continue intervening the FX market if necessary. While leaving the growth outlook intact, the central bank upgraded slightly the inflation forecasts. In the accompanying statement, the SNB described the Swiss franc …

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Yellen supports banks’ share buybacks. Sen. Warren wants BlackRock designated too big to fail

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen speaks during a virtual roundtable event with participants from local Black Chambers of Commerce on February 5, 2021 in Washington, DC. Drew Angerer | Getty Images Banks have improved their capital positions and should be allowed to continue to buy back their own shares, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Wednesday. Regulators …

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