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IN HIS SPARE time Mark Zuckerberg likes to run. In 2016 Facebook’s boss pledged to cover 365 miles (587km) that year and, ever the overachiever, completed the challenge by July. He does not practise martial arts, but his almost discomfiting poise could lead you to mistake him for a master of something like aikido. That
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Market Waits For FOMC Over the European morning on Tuesday, the US dollar continued its slide lower with the Index printing 97.35 last. The move is likely just profit taking ahead of the FOMC meeting due tomorrow. Recent US data has been surprising to the upside and traders will be keen to hear the Fed’s
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Luego en la tarde tenemos la publicación del equivalente neozelandés del NFP, que es el informe trimestral de empleo. Tradicionalmente genera algo de volatilidad en los pares NZD, y es un factor importante a tener presente ya que se reporta que el RBNZ está considerarando cambios en el corto plazo. El primer trimestre contiene la
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Later tonight we are expecting the New Zealand equivalent of the NFP: the quarterly official employment numbers. Traditionally, this release supplies some volatility to NZD pairs. And it’s definitely important to keep in mind now that the RBNZ is considering a move in the near term. The first quarter contains the bulk of the New
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EURUSD Price, Chart and Analysis: EURUSD may be starting a small corrective wave higher within a longer-term downtrend. Euro-Zone GDP edges higher, German inflation may beat expectations. Q2 2019 EUR Forecast and USD Top Trading Opportunities EURUSD remains within a noted downtrend but may be looking to continue its recent correct bounce higher with the
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The US dollar extended declines for a second consecutive day. Economic data on the day was focused on the PCE and personal spending income reports. The Fed meeting due on Wednesday is also weighing on the USD. Meanwhile, the US and China trade talks are progressing. Officials from Washington note that the trade talks are
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FOR NEW parents, it is a terrifying moment. The hospital doors close behind them, leaving them with a new and helpless human being. The baby’s survival into adulthood seems impossible. What if it will not eat? What if it is allergic to water? What if an owl carries it off? Probably, few parents wish at
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CURRENCY VOLATILITY – TALKING POINTS: Unsurprisingly, EURUSD overnight implied volatility spiked ahead of tomorrow’s economic growth data from the Eurozone and now sits at 5.78 percent, slightly above its 2019 average. EURUSD 1-Day expected price action has drifted lower, however, from a reading of 7.23 percent before the US GDP report release last Friday. FOREX
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Get ready for this month’s NFP Webinar! Our Wall Street Trader, Karina Fabi, will be going LIVE to give you exclusive insights into how the markets will react to this month’s Non-Farm Payrolls. Join us as we take you through this highly anticipated NFP release! Dive into FX majors, indices, commodities, metals and more! Why should
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The US index has traded lower over the European session on Monday, trading back down to retest the broken 97.68 level. Price traded higher into the end of last week on positive US data surprises. Traders will be keen to hear the Fed’s latest assessment at the upcoming FOMC meeting this week for any signs that
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The first quarter GDP report released by the Department of Commerce rose 3.2% unexpectedly. This was a higher pace of increase in the GDP comparing to the last quarter of 2018 where the US economy rose just 2.2%. The upbeat data pushed the greenback to a new one and a half-year high. But the markets
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COMPLIANCE OFFICERS are the killjoys of finance. To bankers and traders keen to let rip, they are the po-faced types who, while generating no revenue themselves, frown at any transaction that might breach this rule or contravene that regulation. A recent episode of “Billions”, a television drama about Wall Street, captured the rainmakers’ frustration: so
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