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Fundamental Analysis

Your Weekly Fundamental View (25-29 September)


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The upcoming trading week offers quite a few interesting news events. The most noticeable one is the New Zealand interest rate decision. Other noteworthy events include the Japanese inflation rate, the German and Japanese unemployment rates as well as

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Your Weekly Fundamental View (Sep 18–22)


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This week is abundant with strong economic data. FOMC and BOJ rate decisions are in focus and traders should be well aware that both the actual data and press releases and/or statements regarding their respective monetary policies should move both the USD an

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Your Weekly Fundamental View (Sep 11–15)


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This week is abundant with strong economic data. SNB and BOE rate decisions are in focus and traders should be well aware that both the actual data and press releases and/or statements regarding their respective monetary policies should move both the CHF and

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Your Weekly Fundamental View (4-8 September)


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The upcoming trading week offers quite a few high-level news events. The most noticeable ones are three interest rate decisions in Australia, Canada, and the Eurozone. There are also six balance of trade figures released throughout the week, including the

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Your Weekly Fundamental View (28 August-1 September)


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The upcoming trading week will see the release of several unemployment numbers and other key numbers, such as the inflation rate in Germany and China's PMI. The most important event of the week, however, is the announcement of US Nonfarm Payrolls and unem

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