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All eyes on OPEC

Oil edges higher ahead of OPEC meeting All eyes today will be on the OPEC meeting as producers discuss whether and how much to increase production by now that the targets of its previous 1.5 million barrel a day cut…
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GBP rallies on hawkish BoE

Risk aversion remains on trade fears We’re continuing to see risk aversion in the markets on Thursday, as the trade spats between the US and others ramp up. The week started with the US and China announcing tariffs against one…
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Live FX Market Analysis – 19 June 2018 (Video)

In this week’s webinar, Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam discussed last week’s G7 summit, the trade spat between the US and China, the Federal Reserve decision, European Central Bank decision and upcoming Bank of England announcement, among other things. Craig…
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Investors’ Concerned By Prospect of More Tariffs

Additional tariffs trigger more risk aversion US markets are on course for another day in the red as we await the open on Tuesday, with futures down more than one percent as US President Donald Trump threatens to intensify the…
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Mario Draghi , the master of the dark art of central bank communiqué

Mario Draghi, the master of the dark art of central bank  communiqué After last week’s dramatic price action dubbed “the biggest week of the year” we have another potpourri of events to side-track from the World Cup games this week….
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Market Reaction Muted After Singapore Summit

Trump and Kim Agree on Denuclearization It’s been a very interesting morning for financial markets, although the response in financial markets has been relatively muted under the circumstances. The Singapore summit with US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader…
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MARKETS BRACE FOR “BUSIEST WEEK OF THE YEAR”( BFM Radio 89.9 KL)

MARKETS BRACE FOR “BUSIEST WEEK OF THE YEAR” Stephen Innes, Head of Trading in Asia-Pacific, OANDA, Singapore Also, Friday marks the deadline for the White House to finalise a list of tariffs on Chinese goods. Stephen outlines how market expectations…
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Markets Mixed as Focus Turns to Brexit Talks

EUR Adds to Gains as ECB Mulls Over QE Exit It’s been a relatively quiet start to trading on Thursday, with much of the focus falling on the UK as it prepares for more Brexit talks with the European Union….
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