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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.

Latest Forex News

ZEW German economic sentiment gains sharply in January

One of the largest economic research institutes in Germany, ZEW, announced the German economic sentiment report on Tuesday. Beating the analysts’ estimate, the report contributed to pushing the EUR/USD pair modestly higher in the forex market. As per Tuesday’s report,...

German PPI shows a 0.1% improvement in the monthly report for December

Federal Statistical Office of Germany (Destatis) announced the monthly German Producer Price Index (PPI) on Monday. Providing insight into the costs associated with producing goods, the measure is widely used to test the strength of German exports. Germany’s economy at...

Can USD/MXN Hit Multi-Year Lows This Year?

Following the U.S. Senate’s approval of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) trade deal, Mexico export companies expect a record year. As a result, USD/MXN printed a fresh 1-year low $18.65. Fundamental analysis: USMCA to boost economy Auto part manufacturers are...

U.S homebuilding hikes to a 13-year high in December

As per the data released on Friday, U.S homebuilding climbed significantly in December marking the best in the previous 13 years. The recovery hinted at the housing market in the United States getting back on track due to the low...

USD/CAD Set For Big Move in 2020

USD/CAD had been continuously moving lower in the last 4 years. While the series of lower highs is still intact, the price action has also moved below other technical indicators. If oil prices move higher in 2020, we may witness...

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...

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...

USD/JPY: Extra Gains Likely Near-Term

After weeks of failed attempts, USD/JPY has finally managed to break above the key resistance on the back of the improving risk appetite. Yesterday’s levels were the highest that USD/JPY has been trading since May last year.  Fundamental analysis: U.S....

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...

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