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The forex market is fast-moving and highly volatile. The pace at which the market changes direction is determined by certain indicators like economic growth, economic data, and the nature of the political environment globally. This means that a successful trader is one who keeps abreast of the developments by the minute. Invezz has a dedicated page to provide you with the latest news as they happen. Here, you will get to know what is making international headlines and whether or not it affects your portfolio. We understand that information is power, but it is powerless in the forex market if it arrives a second late. That is why our news curation team ensures that they break the news to you before it becomes stale. We also offer expert analysis of news making international headlines and which might have a significant impact on your portfolio. Trust us to keep you in the loop.

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GBP surges as Brexit party pledge not to contest Tory seats

The pound has surged after Brexit party announced it would not stand in Conservative-held seats at the general election next month. Farage’s comments and the likelihood of a clear victory for the Conservatives, remove some political uncertainty discounts on U.K...

Citi analyst forecasts the U.S dollar index to fall to 85

The U.S Federal Reserve recently announced its plan of expanding the balance sheet via buying a greater number of bond assets. Followed by the announcement, a Citi Strategist remarked on Thursday that he foresees the U.S dollar index (DXY) to...

U.S Manufacturing PMI falls for the third month in a row

Institute of Supply Management (ISM) posted the U.S Manufacturing Purchasing Manager’s Index (PMI) for October at 14:00 GMT on Friday. According to the report, U.S Manufacturing PMI continued contraction for the third month in a row. The worse than expected...

FED cut rates by 25 basis points for the third time this year

The FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) statement released at 18:00 GMT has reported that the U.S policymakers have decided in favor of cutting the rates by 25 basis points for the third time this year. The statement has further expressed...

U.S GDP beats analysts forecast in the third quarter

The U.S gross domestic product has beaten analysts forecast for Q3 of 2019. Compared to the figure for the second quarter, however, the decline in business investments due to macroeconomic uncertainty has brought the figure slightly down. U.S Economic Activity...

Trump advisor raises concerns regarding interim phase 1 deal

Mr. Robert Lighthizer, the U.S trade representative, had announced yesterday that parts of the interim deal have been finalized with China. According to the CNBC sources, however, while the Trump administration is looking forward to signing the deal with the...

Forex Trading Technical Analysis (GBP/USD) – October 25, 2019

The Great Britain Pound (GBP) slips down against the US Dollar (USD) on Friday, decreasing the price to less than 1.2900. The price decreases after a major economic release with respect to building permits in the United Kingdom. The technical...

Forex Trading Technical Analysis (USD/CAD) – October 24, 2019

The United States Dollar (USD) inched higher against the Canadian Dollar (CAD) on Thursday, increasing the price to more than 1.3000, following some major economic releases. The technical bia might remain bearish because the price marked a higher lown in...

Forex Trading Technical Analysis (GBP/USD) – October 21, 2019

The Great Britain Pound (GBP) slips down against the US Dollar (USD) on Monday, decreasing the price of GBPUSD to less than 1.3000. The price decreases amid a major economic release concerning building permits. The technical bias might remain bullish...

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