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Crispus Nyaga

Crispus Nyaga

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Crispus Nyaga is a finance analyst and trader with more than 7 years industry experience. He's contributed to some of the leading financial brands in the world including Seeking Alpha, MarketWatch, Forbes, and Investing.com. Crispus has an excellent understanding of global macroeconomic and geopolitical issues, is a big fan of golf, and lives in Nairobi with his wife, son, and nephew.

Latest articles by Crispus Nyaga

23rd May
USD/ZAR: Soaring South African rand on edge as S&P issues a blistering warning
23rd May
USD/JPY stable as global risks rise and bullish bets on yen soar
22nd May
EUR/USD: vulnerable euro retreats after the dovish ECB minutes
22nd May
USD/MXN: peso rally fades as low oil price converges with weak retail sales data
22nd May
USD/NOK darts higher after crude oil price suffers a harsh reversal
22nd May
USD/HKD skyrockets as China goes rogue on Hong Kong; protests expected
21st May
DXY: US dollar index on edge as US leading index point to a sluggish recovery
21st May
USD/TRY: Lira pauses after Turkish central bank makes 9th rate cut
21st May
EUR/USD hold gains as Eurozone manufacturing PMI ticks up
21st May
USD/JPY: yen slides as weak PMI and exports point to a more severe recession
21st May
AUD/USD: Australian dollar slips as manufacturing hit by strong contraction
20th May
USD/CAD: higher crude oil price support Canadian dollar as deflation arrives
20th May
EUR/USD rises as eurozone inflation drifts further from ECB target
20th May
GBP/USD slides as dismal UK inflation suggests negative rates possible
19th May
DXY: US dollar index shaky as Powell pledges to do “whatever it takes”
19th May
EUR/USD soars to two-week as German economic sentiment rises
19th May
GBP/USD bounces back after upbeat jobs data; Brexit risks remain
18th May
USD/SGD slides as Singapore exports rise for the second straight month
18th May
GBP/USD sinks as short bets on sterling rise to highest level this year
18th May
USD/JPY whipsaws as Japan recession confirmed; depression possible
15th May
DXY: US dollar index nosedives as retail sales and industrial data point to a depression
15th May
GBP: British pound tumbles as Brexit talks end in disarray
15th May
EUR/USD chokes as EU faces steep recession: US retail sales ahead
15th May
USD/HKD stuck at 2016 lows as Hong Kong records worst recession ever
14th May
GBP/USD breaks key support as soaring UK debt worry investors
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