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  GBP The British pound advanced against rivals on Friday, supported by optimism over an orderly Brexit. The European Union Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier and the British Negotiator Stephen Barclay had a constructive meeting in Brussels. The Sterling was finding support from the headlines following the Irish and British Prime ministers meeting on Thursday, where they reinforced the possibility of reaching a deal. The Brexit negotiations will continue today, where Boris Johnson is...
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Trump’s Optimism Lifts Risk Sentiment

  Equities Major US stock-index futures finished higher as President Donald Trump boosted risk sentiment. The latter revealed in a tweet that the trade talks between China and the United States went well on the first day of the negotiation. Today, President Trump will be meeting with the Chinese vice premier to discuss further ending the trade disputes between the world's largest economies. The Dow Jones Industrial Average futures soared to a high of 26632, the S&P500 futures rose...
October 11, 2019

Dollar Surrenders Gains Ahead of FOMC Minutes

  USD The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of major currencies, surrendered gains and dropped to 98.97. Market participants are looking forward to the release of the minutes of the last Federal Open Market Committee meeting to grasp hints on the US economic outlook and future path of interest rates. The optimism over trade talks between China and the United States receded, raising the chances of further easing from the Fed as the clashes will continue to...
October 9, 2019

Dollar Holds Steady, Trade Talks Eyed

  USD The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of major currencies, finished marginally higher, at 98.98 awaiting fresh fundamental drivers. Market participants are looking forward to two key events that could affect their risk appetite. The first one is the release of the minutes of the latest Federal Open Market Committee meeting, where they will be looking for hints on the US economic outlook and future path of interest rates. The second one is the resump...
October 8, 2019

Dollar Lags as Soft Data Fuel Easing Prospects

  USD The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of major currencies, finished the week on a weaker note at 98.84 weighed down by softer economic data. The ISM Manufacturing PMI dropped to a ten-year low of 47.8, and the ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI declined to 52.6, the lowest since September 2016. Moreover, the job creation in September was softer than estimates, and wages rose significantly less-than-expectations. The series of sluggish data raised the chances...
October 7, 2019