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Sterling shows signs of life; Bitcoin crashes!

Sterling came back to life on Wednesday after Theresa May won cabinet support for her Brexit deal. GBPUSD rallied more 170 pips on the news, but gave up some of the initial gains to ...

May’s Brexit deal does not mean its time to long the Pound

The past trading day offered one of those rare occasions in financial markets of late where neither trade tensions, emerging market weakness, President Trump, Italy nor prolonged str...

Unsure if the sell-off in Oil is over

The dramatic selling across the Oil markets in recent days has come to a brief pause at time of writing on Wednesday, but many remain stunned by the acceleration in aggressive moment...

Have iPhone sales become the indicator for global growth?

The recovery in U.S. stocks from October’s slump evaporated on Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling more than 600 points, while the Nasdaq Composite and S&P...

Dollar drive to encourage renewed round of pressure for EM

The Dollar strength story has returned to the scene with a vengeance, and it represents a risk of crumbling its counterparts across the globe. The Dollar Index has advanced to i...

Saudi comments at OPEC meeting support Oil price

The initial headlines coming out of the OPEC meeting in Abu Dhabi that Saudi Arabia has committed itself to lower production output should be enough to prevent the value of Oil falli...

Fed commitment to higher rates supports Greenback

Reinforced expectations over higher interest rates in the United States after the Federal Reserve provided a consistent narrative that policymakers remain committed to “further...

Risk assets boosted by divided Congress

Asian stocks followed Wall Street higher after U.S. mid-term elections produced a divided Congress on Wednesday. All major U.S. indices climbed more than 2% yesterday, with the Healt...

Rand rallies on improved risk appetite; USD softens further

Financial markets are continuing their forward drive on the realization that investors were rightly positioned for the outcome of the mid-term elections in the United States. A numbe...

Will mid-term results lead to sell-off in USD?

The reality of the outcome from the mid-term election results that Democrats will take control of the House while Republicans hold the Senate has not created too much volatility for ...


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