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Day: July 21, 2021

The bond market is torn over the potential for higher inflation and lower growth

A man wearing a protective face mask walks by 14 Wall Street in the financial district of New York, November 19, 2020. Shannon Stapleton | Reuters A volatile environment for government bonds is reflecting a highly uncertain future for the U.S. economy, pointing to both slower growth and stubborn inflation. After a burst higher earlier …

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GBPJPY powers up as negative risks endure

GBPJPY has pushed over the 150.65 barrier and is making efforts to test the resistance band of 151.30-151.60. The falling simple moving averages (SMAs) are defending the broader bearish move, while the uptick in the red Tenkan-sen line is suggesting robust buying interest off the four-and-a-half-month bounce. The short-term oscillators are indicating growing upside momentum, …

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Fintech OppFi goes public as CEO looks to alleviate America’s emergency savings drought

Jared Kaplan, CEO of fintech OppFi, told CNBC on Wednesday he wants to help alleviate Americans’ emergency savings worries. OppFi’s target customer is the “median U.S. consumer” who earns about $50,000 annually and has a bank account, Kaplan said. Artificial intelligence-powered OppFi aims to offer accessible financial services to those who lack traditional options. So far, …

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Could UK Retail Sales & Flash PMI Figures Stop the Pound Bears?

Boris Johnson lifted the final coronavirus curbs on Monday after a four-week delay, but the rising Covid infections made investors see the glass half empty, pressing the pound to a five-month low. UK retail sales for June and July’s flash Markit/CIPS PMI figures could challenge the sell-off on Friday at 06:00 GMT and 08:30 GMT respectively as …

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EUR/USD Outlook: Bears Remain in Play but Face Headwinds from Key Supports, ECB in Focus

The Euro hit new 3 –1/2 month low (1.1751) in European session on Wednesday. But bears started to face headwinds on approach to key supports at 1.1704/1.1694 (2021 low, posted on Mar 31 / Fibo 38.2% of 1.0635/1.2349 rally), that resulted in subsequent 40-pips bounce. Negative studies maintain overall bearish picture. Expectations that the ECB …

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