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The single currency tumbled at market opening on Monday amid rising political tensions in Germany. The euro fell 0.60% against the US dollar and slid as low as 1.1722 after the Free Democratic Party (FDP) walked away the negotiating t...
The House of Representatives passed a bill for the largest overhaul of the US tax system in 31 years. The text provides for reducing the corporate tax to its lowest level since 1939 and to reduce the personal tax in 2018. It repeals t...
UK inflation has come in at a strong 3% per annum, which is weighing on the pound, because an interest rate hike in 2018 looks likely. The pound is trading sideways at 1.30-1.32 USD. Why is the Bank of England so cautious about raisin...
Today’s publication of the US Consumer Price Index might have a profound effect. It will force investors to choose whether a drop in asset prices is a buying opportunity or a sell signal. Stocks continued to retreat. Chinese economic...
While Germany’s Q3 GDP increase of 0.8% over Q2 beat expectations by 0.2% bumped the euro up towards 1.17 USD per EUR, this has come at a cost. European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio congratulated himself on Monday, sta...