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Upbeat Markets Ahead of Busy Week

Investors Not Wobbled By G7 Trade Fallout The mood in financial markets is relatively upbeat at the start of a very busy week, as investors shrug off the G7 meeting which didn’t exactly go to plan as Donald Trump rejected…
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Risk Aversion Seen Ahead of Hostile G6+1 Summit

Trade a Touchy Subject as Trump Isolates US Ahead of Quebec Meeting Financial markets are in risk aversion mode ahead of the G7 summit in Quebec on Friday, with investors potentially concerned as leaders clash over trade and other issues….
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Live FX Market Analysis – 5 June 2018 (Video)

In this week’s webinar, Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam discussed the major events moving financial markets right now including political chaos in Italy and Spain and Trump’s tariffs on the EU, Canada and Mexico. He also previewed the week ahead….
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Risk Appetite Improves Ahead of US Jobs Data

Italy Forms Government While Spain’s Rajoy Loses No Confidence Vote You may not guess it based on the current levels in financial markets but it’s been quite a week for investors which has been reflected by a spike in volatility,…
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Dollar Falls As US Fires First in Trade War

The US dollar is lower against most major pairs on Thursday. The United States announced earlier in the day that it would apply tariffs on steel and aluminium imports form EU, Canada and Mexico. The NAFTA pairs depreciated as a…
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USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Higher After Strong GDP and Persistent USD Weakness

The Canadian dollar is higher on Wednesday after the economy accelerated its growth in November. Canadian GDP is posted monthly and showed a gain of 0.4 percent in November. The Canadian economy started 2017 with a bang which led the…
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