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Fundamental Analysis

The U.S. dollar has adjusted


The sentiment in the currency markets was volatile last week. At the beginning of the week, the U.S. dollar market was dominated by buyers, but as of Thursday, the balance shifted and sellers gained momentum, prompting a -0.5% depreciation of the U.S. dollar index in on

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The U.S. dollar rose to 2-month highs


Last week, investors remained cautious and tended to buy U.S. dollars, whose value peaked since early December 2019. There has been no major change in the political arena and the market was led by a general risk sentiment among market participants.

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US stock indices continue to show exceptional performance


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Last week, sentiment in the equity markets remained strong and investors chose riskier instruments. The sentiment was not affected by news that Chinese tariffs will not be lowered before the US presidential election in November, as the already signed first-phase

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U.S. dollar appreciated in the face of political uncertainty


The first week of the year began with the rise of U.S. dollar, fueled by uncertainty in the global political arena over the U.S.-Iran conflict. Iran's response to the U.S. decision to blow up the country's senior military officer's car, was to fire rockets at several U.

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Currency market was in search for direction during festive period


Last week sentiment in the currency market fluctuated but showed no trend. In the last days of 2019, the world reserve currency depreciated, but appreciated in the second half of the week. The rise was fueled by political news as U.S. troops blew up a car, in which ther

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