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Fundamental Analysis

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:

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Weekly Market Outlook: ECB Monetary Policy Statement and Brexit in focus


Weekly Market Outlook: ECB, BOC and Brexit in focus

After last week's shocking US employment report which showed only 245,000 jobs were added to the economy against an expected 440,000, all eyes now turn to this week's European Central Bank Monetary Policy Statement and Press Conference on Thursday.

The bank

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Weekly Market Outlook: OPEC, RBA and NFPs in focus


Weekly Market Outlook: OPEC, RBA and NFPs in focus

Economic data ramps up this week with the Reserve Bank of Australia Rate Statement and US Manufacturing PMI data on Tuesday, Australian GDP on Wednesday and US and Canada Employment figures on Friday. Of course, all eyes will also be on the progression of Brexit talks

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Reserve currency continued to depreciate


Reserve currency continued to depreciate

In the foreign exchange markets last week, the U.S. dollar continued to lose ground and depreciated to its lowest level since September, 2020, and May, 2018,. With optimism and a relatively high appetite for risk prevailing in the financial markets, investors ar

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