- The USD/CHF was relatively calm after Switzerland released the worst retail sales data ever.
- The sales declined by almost 20% as more people stayed indoors during the lockdown.
- But the numbers could start improving as the country starts to reopen its economy
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In a time of market turmoil, when investors are moving away from high-yielding assets, there is a list of perceived safe-haven assets that attract investors’ funds. In case of a regional war, pandemic, or global geopolitical turmoil, the list of safe-haven assets remained the same over decades e.g. gold, yen, franc, government bonds etc. The past few weeks have provided us with a battlefield to see where investors flee when things go south. As ex...
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It was generally a positive week for the US dollar, on the back of mostly upbeat economic data. The all important job report came mixed, as the NFP showed another positive month of employment...
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It was another week of mixed results from the US. The job reports seems to be showing sustainable strength considering the impressive back to back release from the unemployment claims, complementing the positive non-farm payroll (NFP) figures.
While many investors weight on Greece exiting Eurozone and see EURUSD down below parity, fundamental developments from the US keep surprising investors globally.
The binary market is being invaded and traders need to understand the new challenges that are endangering their trading accounts and the community itself.
In recent weeks, concerns have been raised that self-invested personal pension fee rates could experience an increase, in line with the growing pressure on bank account rates.
Great challenges remain in effort to restore balance in global economy
The latest updates for the forex market and the anticipated economic figures for the day are listed below
A round-up of how the major currencies are trading, and what figures are expected during the day.
The central bank’s chairman has recently proclaimed that the Swiss National Bank will intervene in foreign exchange markets if necessary.
January 15 was a tough day for the whole retail forex brokerage industry
In all of my years of trading, I would have to say that most traders have short attention spans and constantly live in the present day. At the same time, history can provide priceless lessons.
The ECB has announced that it will be purchasing 60 billion euros per month. However, I’m not sold on the fact that QE in the Eurozone will be the magic bullet that cures the problem
The dust is only just settling after the Swiss National Bank (SNB) unleashed a tornado into the financial markets last week and the shock waves can still be felt
Swiss peg versus euro ‘no longer justified’
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The market has not been as hot a topic as this all year long! This could set up the perfect storm leading into 2015... Can we take the heat?