Fundamental analysis of Forex market

China Weekly Letter – More Signs a Trade Deal is Coming

Weak data confirms slowdown – but markets are calm US-China high-level trade negotiations confirmed for 30-31 January Wall Street Journal story adds to signs that a trade deal is coming ...
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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: Hanging in There

U.S. Review Available Data Show U.S. Economy Is Hanging in There Industrial production rose 0.3% in December, driven by a 1.1% jump in manufacturing output. Details of the Empire and ...
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Market Wrap: Markets High On Hopium

China is thinking of coperating with the US and Trump may abolish the trade tariffs, what else do you need? Stocks The S&P 500 Index jumped 0.5 percent on trade ...
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Australia & New Zealand Weekly

Week beginning 21 January 2019 Australia: Westpac-MI Leading Index, employment. NZ: CPI. China: GDP, retail sales, fixed asset investment, industrial production. Euro Area: ECB policy decision, IFO survey, Davos World ...
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Silver Consolidates As Investors Consider Dollar Direction

As mentioned yesterday, I am still of the view that the dollar could weaken this year and boost buck-denominated metal prices. After all, the Fed has stopped hiking interest rates ...
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Canadian Inflation Figures Due as Loonie Tracks Oil Prices

The latest inflation data out of Canada will hit the markets on Friday, at 1330 GMT. While these figures are always important for market expectations around future Bank of Canada ...
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Two Key Ways the Dollar Drives US Stock Market Performance

In complex adaptive systems like modern financial markets, a change the price of any one market has a spillover effect into other markets. One of the best understood and most ...
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Market Wrap: Stocks Slips Again , Safe Haven Jump

The Dollar index and the Japanese Yen are back in demand as stocks moves lower. Stocks   The S&P 500 Index dropped 0.3 percent as of 15:30  London  time.   The Stoxx ...
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Australia Housing Finance Dips on Investors, Smaller Loans

Owner-occupiers (no.) –0.9%mth, –7.9%yr (f/c –1.5%). Investors (value): –4.5%mth, –23.4%yr. Total ex own occ. refi (value): –2.9%mth, –16%yr Housing finance approvals softened in November with weakness concentrated in investor loans ...
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Pound Climbs As Theresa May Survives No Confidence Vote

Theresa May has seen off another immediate threat to her government, winning a vote of no confidence, launched by leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn. May won the vote by ...
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China’s Q4 GDP Growth to Flash Red

China will report GDP growth figures for the fourth quarter of 2018 early on Thursday at 0200 GMT, potentially injecting further volatility to the markets as investors search for more ...
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