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Fundamental Analysis

The U.S. dollar continued to depreciate


The U.S. dollar depreciated against major currencies last week, bringing the reserve currency index to its lowest point since April 2018.

U.S. economic data was positive, but there were visible signs that the recovery was slowing. Retail sales were 4.1% higher than a

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Weekly Market Outlook: Brexit, lockdowns and stimulus in focus


The economic calendar is very quiet this week due to the holiday season. However, there are some big themes that will be on the mind of traders and investors considering how to close out their year-end books and start the new year. 

News from the UK government o

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Weekly Market Outlook: Vaccine approval, Brexit negotiations and more


Weekly Market Outlook: Vaccine approval, Brexit negotiations and more

Three decisive news items are expected to direct the course of the market throughout this week, as we head towards the Christmas holidays:

  • The FDA's approval to start the vaccination process in the US after the Pfizer vaccine was approved
  • The continuation
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U.S. dollar consolidated at lows while caution remains


U.S. dollar consolidated at lows while caution remains

A recent fall of the U.S. dollar stabilized last week and the value of the world's reserve currency consolidated in the lows of the past few years. Investors in both the currency and stock markets were positive, but somewhat more cautious, which led to a slowdow

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U.S. dollar fell to lowest level since April, 2018


U.S. dollar fell to lowest level since April 2018

Last week, a sharp downward trend in the U.S. dollar was in the spotlight, which depreciated to the lows of the past several years. As stock markets remain at highs, investors maintain high demand for risky assets.

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U.S. economic data was positive:

  • The
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