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Fundamental Analysis

U.S. dollar has rebounded from the technical level


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Last week, financial markets carried a positive sentiment, largely driven by comments from Chinese and U.S. diplomats that international trade talks were nearing a partial agreement and even a gradual reduction in trade tariffs. While such news would be particularly goo

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US dollar depreciates to August lows


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Last week, investors had a high appetite for risk, causing the US dollar to depreciate and reach a three-month low.

Market participants were not frightened by the canceled meeting of US and Chinese presidents, which was supposed to take place in Santiago, Ch

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SP500 CFD hits new all-time high!


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Positive sentiment prevailed in the stock markets last week and major indices appreciated moderately. While no good economic or political news has been released, investors remain optimistic, with the SP500 CFD rose 1.2% and reached a new all-time high of 3,027 p

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U.S. dollar has fallen to 2-year lows


Last week, the sentiment in financial markets was ambiguous. Among positive news was Brexit, when the European Union reached an agreement with the English negotiators. This provided a flash of optimism that the hard exit option was no longer in a range of alternatives.

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Federal Reserve has surprised the market


The financial market was volatile last week, with concerns over a stalemate in international trade in the first days of week, but later Donald Trump communicated positive progress in the negotiations. Nonetheless, no specific agreement was reached and the markets were d

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