Fundamental analysis of Forex market

Canadian Inflation to Test Loonie’s Rebound

Canada will publish its first inflation figures for the new year on Wednesday at 13:30 GMT before releasing retail sales data for the month of December on Friday at the ...
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Canadian Manufacturing Sales Ended 2019 on Soft Note

Manufacturing sales down 0.7% in December, -0.4% excluding price impacts November rail strike impact eased, but motor vehicle and aerospace sales fell Canadian manufacturing sales continue to be buffeted by ...
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GBP/USD Snaps 5-Day Winning Streak

GBP/USD has slipped 0.2% across the morning session, slipping off 10-day highs after failing to break its 100 day moving average after Boris Johnson said he is not expecting anything ...
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Investors Buoyed By Chinese Stimulus

European stock markets are squeezing out small gains on Monday, with investors encouraged by efforts in China to support the economy as it continues to battle the coronavirus. The numbers ...
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Japanese Recession Fears Mount

Market movers today Markets will continue to follow the spread of the coronavirus closely and whether it continues to slow down. It is Presidents’ Day, so US markets are closed ...
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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: Mildly Easing Momentum as Coronavirus Hits

U.S. Review Overarching Economic Themes Remain in Place Retail sales increased for a fourth straight month in January, underscoring the resiliency of the U.S. consumer. Fundamentals are solid and support ...
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The Weekly Bottom Line: A Mixed Bouquet

U.S. Highlights Risk sentiment turned positive this week, as investors took developments related to the Covid-19 virus and a mixed bag of U.S. data in stride. Among the data reports, ...
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Week Ahead: More Downside for the Euro?

This past week, markets seemingly have pushed past the number of new “adjusted” number Coronavirus cases. Although the number increased dramatically, these were cases that were under suspicion already, but ...
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Week Ahead – Turning a Corner on COVID-19

Investors buoyed by apparent deceleration It’s been an eventful start to the year and not exactly in the way than anyone would have anticipated even two months ago. Once again, ...
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How Long Until US Stocks ‘Feel the Bern’?

The Democratic primary race, which will decide who will square off against President Trump at the November presidential election, has kicked off. The field of candidates remains crowded and the ...
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Week Ahead – Flash February PMIs Eyed as Virus Outbreak Shows Few Signs of Slowing

The preliminary PMIs for February will take centre stage next week as they will provide the first insight into the possible impact of the coronavirus on the global economy. The ...
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