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Fed minutes and UK data dominate [Video]

The third week of May is already more USD-focused with the Fed minutes and inflation data. This could be the last opportunity for Yellen and co. to hint of hike in June, something that seems unlikely at the moment. Also note inflation data, that is tentatively ...

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Forex Weekly Outlook May 16-20

The US dollar had another positive week, enjoying some good data. UK and US inflation data, housing figures and most importantly the FOMC Meeting Minutes stand out. These are the highlights of this week. Join us as we explore the market movers on Forex calendar. US jobless claims posted a higher...

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Should we worry about the US labor market?

Within the two mandates of the Federal Reserve, inflation was the weak spot and jobs were the bright spot. A very steady and solid in the amount jobs moved the focus in recent jobs reports to wages, often seen as the source of core inflation, the inflation the Fed cares about. With an unemployment ...

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BOE Super Thursday Live Coverage from 10:45 GMT

The Bank of England publishes its monthly rate decision, the accompanying meeting minutes (which could see perhaps one member opt for a rate cut) and the quarterly report. Follow a live coverage of the event: (If you can not see or type in the chat box...

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Oil on a roll, dollar down – Live Market Open

Oil got a nice boost from inventories and this helped commodity currencies and the general atmosphere in markets. And this doesn’t favor the dollar. The focus now shifts to the pound. Ready for Super Thursday? Join me for a live...

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Risk-Reward Not Attractive For GBP Longs Right Now – BNPP

The pound had its share of volatility in 2016 and the tendency is not necessarily to the upside, explains the team at BNP Paribas: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: The recent slowing in the UK’s dataflow is compounding the effects of political uncertainties and keeping rates...

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GBP, NZD in focus amid ongoing yen weakness

The EU referendum campaign is in full swing in the UK, with tight polls and a pressured pound. The UK trade balance adds to the mix today. In New Zealand, the Financial Stability Report could serve as an opportunity for the RBNZ to follow...

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