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Financial markets are encountering turbulence on the last trading day of the week amid allegation that Trump has fired his national security adviser H.R. McMaster. After gaining ground against most of its peers, the US dollar took a n...
“There is no simmering trade war,” “international trade remained dynamic” – so spoke the Swiss National Bank today as it held monetary policy unchanged. Maybe this Jedi Mind Trick of saying something and so making it true will work, b...
This morning, the US dollar erased partially yesterday losses caused by another disruption in the Trump administration. Indeed, on Tuesday, the greenback fell sharply as Donald Trump fired his Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, and na...
The CPI surprised to the upside in January as the headline gauge printed at 2.1%y/y versus 1.9% expected, while the core measure, which excludes the most volatile components came in at 1.8%y/y versus 1.7% median forecast. Investors re...
The crypto market recovers slowly after last week correction, which wiped off $132 billion in valuation. The price of Bitcoin bounce back 14%, from $8,368 last Friday to around $9,550 on Monday morning. However, the momentum is fading...