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The Canadian dollar continues to strengthen, pushed by higher expectations of North American Free Trade talks. USD/CAD is trading lower at 1.2948 and weakening since the beginning of the week (-0.68%). The pair is expected to approach...
On Tuesday, global equities rose across the board despite escalation of the trade conflict between China and the US. In Japan the Nikkei was up 1.41%, while the broader Topix Index surged 1.81%. IN mainland China, the CSI 300 climbed ...
Even though central banks’ meetings took centre stage yesterday, investors were also keeping an eye on key economic data from the US. The August inflation report was released yesterday and came in slightly below market expectations. H...
Today will see action by the Central Bank of Turkey, expected to increase the one-week repo rate by 3.25% to 21%. Any smaller increase would trigger another sell-off in the Turkish lira, which could bring USD/TRY back above 7.0. After...
On Tuesday, the Australian dollar has slid to its lowest level since February 2016, reaching 0.7085 against the greenback. Even though the intensifying U.S.-China trade conflict has been weighting significantly on the Aussie, it is no...