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Monday, January 8, 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News
Loonie on the rise ahead of BOC survey due later on Monday, which analysts anticipate it will reflect a positive economic outlook. The CAD continued to add pips as Canada’s December jobs report showed a significant drop in unemployment, which reached its lowest rate in more than 4 decades (5.7%). This positive figure pushed BOC
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Tuesday, November 21, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
Wondering what’s on today?  Tuesday started with AUDUSD in recovery mode post RBA meeting minutes and GBP in narrow range. Fed Chair Janet Yellen is also due to speak today at 11:00pm GMT, and USD bulls and bears alike are lying in wait for some data regarding rate hikes. Will it, won’t it happen this
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Friday, November 10, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
Frenzy Friday for EUR, USD, JPY, GBP and Aussie, following a churning Thursday as GOP’s tax plan was closely eyed by investors. USDJPY The financial markets were sensitive yesterday to the US policymakers’ decision regarding the new tax bill. The plan put forth by the Republicans was to implement a 20% cut on corporate tax
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Tuesday, November 7, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
BREAKING NEWS! Tuesday projects as an eventful day for investors worldwide bringing EURUSD in the spotlight ahead of Draghi’s speech, GBP and the Aussie. Spotlight on EURUSD Ahead of Draghi Traders are tip-toeing today lying in wait for some fresh insights into the ECB’s monetary policy as President Mario Draghi is expected to communicate valuable
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Thursday, November 2, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
GBP and Aussie traders get some impetus on Thursday ahead of BOE and following Trade Balance data release in Australia. While in Europe, Governor Carney is expected to come forward today at 12:30pm GMT and announce the Bank of England’s decision regarding inflation and/or any rate hikes, in Australia the market reacted to optimistic trade
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Wednesday, October 25, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
After the disappointing release of the CPI in Australia, the Aussie-dollar plummeted, with the Aussie being the target of today’s sell-off. The headline inflation reached 0.6% QoQ compared to the expected 0.8%, while the trim mean is sitting at 0.4% QoQ against the 0.5% both prior and consensus. The Aussie bulls are now looking for