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ZEW German economic sentiment gains sharply in January
January 21st 2020 One of the largest economic research institutes in Germany, ZEW, announced the German economic sentiment report on Tuesday. Beating the…
German PPI shows a 0.1% improvement in the monthly report for December
January 20th 2020
GBP/USD remains under pressure amidst weaker economy, Brexit uncertainty, and an imminent rate cut from the BoE
January 20th 2020
Can USD/MXN Hit Multi-Year Lows This Year?
January 18th 2020
U.S homebuilding hikes to a 13-year high in December
January 18th 2020
UK’s retail sales decline in December for the fifth consecutive month
January 17th 2020

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USD/CAD Set For Big Move in 2020
January 17th 2020
USD/JPY: Extra Gains Likely Near-Term
January 15th 2020
Can U.S. – Switzerland Tensions Over CHF Push USD/CHF To 0.90 In 2020?
January 14th 2020
Can GBP/JPY Fall Below 135.00 in February?
January 13th 2020
Can GBP reach 1.35 in 2020?
January 10th 2020
Here’s why investing in commodity currencies this month is a bad idea
January 8th 2020
4 Assets to Invest In Given the Intensifying U.S. – Iran Conflict
January 5th 2020
Why, when and where you should trade the Forex Market
September 27th

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China’s GDP drops to the worst in almost three decades

China’s National Bureau of Statistics revealed the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report on Friday. The data posted the economic growth in 2019 at the weakest in almost three decades. As per the experts, the ongoing trade war with the United States of America has weighed heavily on China’s economy at large. With the start of the new year and a phase 1 trade deal having been recently signed between the two largest economies of the world, China is no…

U.S retail sales hike for the third consecutive month in December

The U.S Commerce Department announced the monthly retail report on Thursday that highlighted the U.S retail sales to have hiked for the third consecutive month in December. While sales of motor vehicles remained under pressure, households were reported to have spent sufficiently in December in multiple other categories that supported the previously accentuated perspective that the U.S economy ended the last year with a moderate growth rate. Retai…

U.S Labor Department says producer prices ticked up less than expected in December

The Labor Department announced the U.S Producer Prices Index (PPI) report on Wednesday. Coming in short of the expectations, the report saw the U.S dollar index modestly drop later in the day. On Tuesday, the department had revealed the U.S consumer prices to have marginally gained in December. The data had also provided an insight into the softer than expected inflation despite a remarkably low unemployment rate in the U.S that recently approach…

UK’s monthly CPI misses the analysts’ estimate of 1.5% for December

The United Kingdom’s Office for Labor Statistics announced the monthly consumer price index (CPI) report on Wednesday. Having missed the analysts’ estimate, Sterling was seen losing traction in the forex market following the release of economic data. In November, Labor Statistics had revealed the UK’s monthly CPI to have improved by 1.5%, following which, analysts had anticipated a further improvement of 1.5% in December. As per the economic data…

U.S consumer prices climb 0.2% in December despite weaker monthly underlying inflation

The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics announced December’s consumer prices index on Tuesday that showed a slight improvement last month despite the loss of pace in monthly underlying inflation as well as the increment in healthcare costs. The data, as per the analysts, aligns itself with the U.S Federal Reserve’s plans of keeping the rates unchanged this year. According to the Labor Department, the weakness in the inflation report counters December’…

U.S lifts the label of “currency manipulator” from China sending Yuan higher in the forex market

As of Tuesday, the Treasury Department of the United States has officially revoked its statement that branded China as a currency manipulator in August. Following the announcement, the Chinese Yuan was seen gaining traction and recorded a new high in the past 7 months. The phase 1 trade deal between the United States and China is set to be signed on Wednesday. As per the sources, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He has already landed in Washington to off…

UK’s economic output drops by 0.3% in November sending GBP/USD below 1.30 mark again

According to the official economic data on Monday, the growth in Britain’s economy was noted at the slowest annual pace since 2012. Following the data, analysts are now seeing a greater chance of a rate cut from the Bank of England at the end of January. Monday’s data showed a 0.6% annual growth in the UK’s economy in November before the general election that occurred on December 12th. The figure, as per the analysts, marks the weakest for the UK…

Bank of England’s policymaker Gertjan Vlieghe to vote in favor of monetary policy leniency

The volatility in the UK’s economy is evident amidst the ongoing events of Brexit. Analysts are increasingly getting wary of whether the December 2020 deadline would be sufficient for the United Kingdom and the European Union to strike a broader trade deal. In times of uncertainty that is weighing on the economy at large, the Bank of England (BoE) has already started a discussion regarding the potential pros and cons of a rate cut in the upcoming…

U.S and China to reboot biannual talks to resolve economic disputes

The phase 1 trade deal between the United States of America and China have been finalized and to be signed later this week. Nonetheless, several economic disputes between the two parties are yet to be resolved. Following the escalation of the trade war between the U.S and China, the Trump administration had announced to forfeit the semi-annual talks between the two countries that were originally targeted at resolving such disputes. With the phase…

Canada adds 35,200 new jobs as the unemployment rate drops to 5.6% in December

The official data revealed on Friday that the unemployment rate in Canada dropped to 5.6% in December. The Canadian job market was also highlighted to have added 35,200 new positions to end the last year. In a previous estimate, analysts had expected the employment change to remain capped at 25,000 in December. The unemployment rate, on the other hand, was expected to drop to a slightly higher 5.8% instead. According to Statistics Canada’s data o…

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