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Aussie Pips Up on Upbeat Data, EUR Poses Neutral
Thursday, 11 January 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News, Market News
Aussie pips up on upbeat data, while the EUR poses neutral ahead of the ECB monetary policy meeting minutes release. Will this status quo change? Aussie Adds Pips Capturing the limelight of Australia’s trade balance upbeat data, the Aussie pips up against its greenback counterpart. In the first hours of the morning, AUDUSD started impetuously
Pound Tracks Manufacturing PMI, Crude on High
Wednesday, 10 January 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News, Market News
Pound tracks manufacturing PMI, while crude moves higher on Wednesday following UK big economic releases. Let’s take a look at the figures! Manufacturing production represents about 80% of the UK’s total industrial production. According to the Office for National Statistics, the country’s manufacturing PMI came in at 0.4% m/m in November, against a 0.3% consensus
Loonie on the Rise Ahead of BOC Survey
Monday, 08 January 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News, Market News
Loonie on the rise ahead of BOC survey due later on Monday, which analysts anticipate it will reflect a positive economic outlook. The CAD continued to add pips as Canada’s December jobs report showed a significant drop in unemployment, which reached its lowest rate in more than 4 decades (5.7%). This positive figure pushed BOC
Dollar on the Rise on NFP Friday
Friday, 05 January 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News, Market News
Dollar on the rise on NFP Friday against major currencies, as bulls and bears alike, are eagerly awaiting the NFP release due later in the day. Following Thursday’s tightened collar against the dollar’s neck as mixed economic releases flooded the US market, on NFP Friday, things are starting to finally pick up again for the