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USD/CAD crashing landing to meet key support at 1.3280
Currently, USD/CAD is trading at 1.3288, down -0.26% on the day, having posted a daily high at 1.3347 and low at 1.3276. USD/CAD posted fresh lows on
Trump administration seeking limited changes to NAFTA - WSJ - Reuters
According to a Reuters report, an administrative draft proposal circulated in Congress by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative proposal reviewe
Difference between Trump and Le Pen? - Nomura
Analysts at Nomura explained that many investors are approaching the French elections with the memory of the Brexit vote and the surprise victory of D
It's not realistic to expect a major increase in oil prices - IEA - Reuters
There is a tremendous amount of stock in the markets and to expect a major increase in the price is not very realistic, The International Energy Agenc
China: The economy is stabilizing - BBH
Masahi Murata, Vice President at Brown Brothers Harriman is sharing his assessment of the Chinese economy: "The Chinese economy has stabilized since
AUD/USD headed to the April 2016 high at 0.7836?
Currently, AUD/USD is trading at 0.7657, down -0.16% on the day, having posted a daily high at 0.7681 and low at 0.7651. China: The economy is stabil
French elections: where does the support for the candidate come from? - Nomura
Analysts at Nomura explained that to see whether Marine Le Pen could gain further support it is important to look at who really supports each candidat
EUR/USD breaks below 1.0700 and falls to 2-week lows
The US dollar gained momentum across the board and pushed EUR/USD to break the 1.0720 support area. The pair accelerated the decline and bottomed...
The UK’s day of invoking of Article 50 came and past - UOB
Analysts at UOB noted that the UK’s day of invoking of Article 50 – the formal notification of Britain’s intention to leave the EU – by UK Prime Minis
Sturgeon signs a letter formally asking for a second independence referendum - BBC
Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has signed a letter formally asking for powers to hold a second Scottish independence referendum
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