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Dollar on back foot over last 24 hours
There was a negative tone to investor sentiment yesterday. Risk appetite struggled as markets digested the surprise overnight decision from the Bank of Japan not to provide additional monetary stimulus…………..
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As at 08.32 Friday, 29 Apr 2016

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MEET YOU HALF WAY: The past week saw the publication of Q1 GDP data from the US, UK and Eurozone, with the latter being the star performer…* There will be plenty of attention on this week’s US calendar. It features the key release of the month...
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As at: 15.23 Friday, 29 Apr 2016

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Forex & Interest Rate Outlook: 13th April 2016: Nervous financial markets as risk aversion dominates on fears about global growth. Stock markets weak with benchmark bond yields at very low levels. * Some softening of activity in advanced econo...
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FED KEEPS DOOR OPEN FOR RATE HIKES: The April meeting of the US Federal Reserve concluded in line with market expectations for no change to policy, with the FOMC maintaining the Fed funds rate at 0.375% for a third consecutive meeting. As was th...
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