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The Pound Struggles

The U.K. pound remained sharply lower in early Asia trade Monday as investors fretted over the likelihood of a hard Brexit scenario ahead of a key speech by U.K. Prime MinisterTheresa May. Ms. May is expected .....»»

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Yuan unchanged as the Pound falters

Yuan investors are fa.....»»

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Sterling Tumbles

The pound fell by as much as 1.6% this morning, breaching the 1.20 to the dollar level for the first time since last October’s flash crash. To be sure, some of it is due to a lack of liquidity as the.....»»

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Aussie G-10 Darling

Also helping the Aussie was strength in iron ore prices, with futures traded in China jumping 8 per cent to their highest in three years. That was the sixth consecutive session of gains. &#.....»»

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Cable Collapses

The pound’s partial recovery during Asian trading hours was due to investors adjusting positions ahead of the comments on Tuesday, as Britain gets set to launch two years of EU departure .....»»

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Where now for the Pound

Still, not everyone was fully buying into the picture of doom and gloom. Stephen Innes, senior currency trader at OANDA, cautioned against taking statements.....»»

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Brexit Breaking Bad

The Pound  Most of this morning’s  action is centred on the Pound after media reports over the weekend suggest that UK  PM Theresa.....»»

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Week Ahead Trump Presser Weakens Dollar Awaiting US Inflation Report

Dollar softer ahead of inflation, BoC and ECB The defining moment of the week for the USD came as the.....»»

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FX Asia Slides as Dollar Firms

Most Asian currencies slipped on Friday but were on track to post weekly gains, after US President-elect Donald Trump’s news conference this week offered .....»»

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China’s Exports Slip as Trade War Risks Grow

China’s massive export engine sputtered for the second year in a row in 2016, with shipments falling in the face of persistently weak global demand .....»»

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Chinese Steel Exports Fall From Record Levels

China’s steel exports fell in 2016 from a record in the previous year, dragged down by improved demand at home and Beijing’s resolve to tackle overcapacity, in a relief for steelmakers elsewhere that have been hit by.....»»

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EUR/USD – Euro Edges Up Ahead of US Retail Sales, Consumer Confidence

EUR/USD continues to move higher and has posted slight gains in the Friday session. .....»»

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Sterling Volatility Rises Ahead of May Brexit Speech

Financial market bets on swings in .....»»

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0:03 / 2:06 Dow looks toppy in the short term: Pro

Oanda Senior Market Analyst, Craig Erlam says the Dow Jones could reach the 20,000 mark soon; however a correction may be due prior to hitting that level. Click on image .....»»

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USD Headed For Weekly Loss as Gold Hits Near Two Month High

The dollar headed for a weekly loss and gold traded at the highest price in almost two months as investors continued to assess whether market moves since the U.S. election have gone too far. European stocks and U.S. equity futures climbe.....»»

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US Futures Higher as Attention Shifts to Earnings

There’s been no shortage of catalysts for the markets over the last few weeks, with the Federal Reserve and Donald Trump in particular keepin.....»»

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USD/JPY – Yen Inches Lower Ahead of Key US Numbers

USD/JPY is almost unchanged in the Friday session. Currently, the pair is trading at 114.50. On the release front, there are no Japanese events on the calendar. In the US, we’ll get a look at retail sales, inflation, and consumer confidence n.....»»

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It’s Friday 13 – What’s the ‘Big’ Dollar to do?

Friday January 13: Five things the markets are talking about The “mighty” dollar has managed to regain some of its recent lost ground overnight agai.....»»

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USD/CAD – Canadian Dollar Steady, Markets Eye US Retail Sales and Consumer Confidence

The Canadia.....»»

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U.S. Retail Sales Picked Up in December

Sales at U.S. retailers accelerated in.....»»

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