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Podríamos presenciar algo de volatilidad en el NZD luego en la noche con la publicación de los primeros datos importantes de la semana. A diferencia de otros países, Nueva Zelanda informa los datos de ventas minoristas una vez cada tres meses, entonces tiene más impacto en el mercado. Ahora que el RBNZ ha recortado la
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Trump Order Restrictions on US Firms Dealing With Huawei The trade war between the US and China rages on. And the latest development has seen President Trump ordering restrictions on US firms dealing with Chinese tech giant Huawei. On Friday, Trump added Huawei to the “Entity List.” This is a list of 44 Chinese firms
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We are expecting some volatility in the NZD tonight thanks to the release of the first major economic data for the week. Unlike other countries, New Zealand only reports its retail sales data once every quarter. Therefore, the data tends to have a bitter impact on the market when it does come out. Join our responsible
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In today’s market insights Stavros talks about the US Index and S&P500 as both are affected by US data and by the imposition of fresh tariffs to Chinese imports to the US! Will Trump’s decision to postpone auto-tariffs last? Watch as he analyses the dollar index and sp500 using elliottwaves and fibonacci! Stavros, Head of
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Oil prices soared on Monday morning in Asia after Saudi Arabia’s energy minister announced that OPEC was inclined to maintain its production cuts after the original June deadline in order to reduce inventories gently. “We will be flexible, we are going to do the right thing as we always do,” Khalid al-Falih said over the
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AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR, FEDERAL ELECTION, MORRISON – TALKING POINTS: Australian Dollar sharply higher as Morrison holds on to power in election Yen down, Kiwi Dollar up as vote outcome boosts market-wide risk appetite US-China trade war, slowing economic growth might limit follow-through The Australian Dollar traded sharply higher against its G10 FX counterparts as Prime Minister
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“MADE IN CANADA”, not “made in Colorado”: that is how a Canadian senator described the country’s approach to legalising the recreational use of cannabis in a debate last summer. As lawmakers sought to frame rules that would have the best possible chance of squeezing the illicit market and keeping teenagers off the grass, they looked
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EVERY SO OFTEN a right-leaning economist raises the alarm about the apparently parlous state of America’s public finances. The subject gripped Washington in the early 2010s but has since been mostly disregarded. At 78% of GDP, America’s net public debt is high, if not yet huge. Thanks to President Donald Trump’s tax cuts, the federal
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CURRENCY VOLATILITY – TALKING POINTS 1-week implied volatility for major forex pairs looks eerily low Ongoing trade war uncertainty, monetary policy risk, and high-impact economic data highlights EURUSD and AUDJPY next week Interested in learning more about forex market volatility? Check out this article on the Most Volatile Currency Pairs Currency volatility is expected to
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Gold Price Forecast: A failed run at the 23.6% Fibonacci level and the $1,300 psychological leveled played a part in driving gold substantially lower in Thursday and Friday trading Simultaneously, a series of encouraging trade-war developments crossed the news wires and likely weighed on demand for safety Still, retail traders are overwhelming net-long on Gold,
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USDCAD, BOC, TARIFFS, USMCA DEAL – TALKING POINTS USDCAD has seen quite a bit of price action over the last 36 hours in response to mixed headlines but could drift lower following reports that a final USMCA deal has been reached Tariff headlines surrounding US steel imports from Turkey initially sent the loonie lower, but
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US Dollar and Consumer Sentiment – Talking Points The May UofM Consumer Sentiment reading report a 15-year high for the index at 102.4 Year-over-year change for the index has supported enthusiasm at 4.5% growth US Dollar marches higher on increased inflation expectations, lowering expectations of a rate cut The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index’s
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