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Fundamental Analysis

U.S. dollar appreciated amid market tensions


Last week sentiment on financial markets was mixed. There was no major news in the political arena, but tensions and uncertainties prevailed, encouraging investors to be cautious and to choose safe currencies, therefore U.S. dollar appreciated to 2-year highs.

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U.S. dollar depreciated after Jerome Powell's comments


Financial markets have been relatively calm last week and volatility has been low most of the time. Only on Friday afternoon did volatility increase a bit, when Jerome Powell, the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve, gave a speech on the country's economic situation and mo

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A positive week for U.S. dollar


Last week sentiment in the financial markets remained negative, which encouraged investors to choose safer currencies and the U.S. dollar has appreciated. Economic data from all main economies showed a slowdown of growth, and in Germany, a contraction of the economy was

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U.S. dollar depreciated after Trump comments


Last week, financial markets were faced new tension – economic data deteriorated further and did not provide an opportunity for investors to relax, while tensions between the U.S. and China continued in the political arena. U.S. President Donald Trump has maintained an

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Global stocks slipped lower


Last week, global stock markets experienced some turbulence and major indexes marked a nearly universal step lower. Investors were cautious, as the Federal Reserve provided more hawkish guidance for interest rates in 2019 than expected and the U.S. President Donald Trum

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