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Admiral Markets Pty Ltd

Regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
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Regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC)
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Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
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Fundamental Analysis

U.S. dollar depreciated to 3-month low


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Last week was extremely important for investors in the currency market. Major central banks held monetary policy meetings and provided guidance for upcoming changes in their policy. All banks had very similar positions and indicated a potential easing of monetary con

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U.S. dollar strengthened while uncertainty persisted


Last week, the sentiment in currency markets has changed again. During the week, the U.S. dollar has regained part of its lost positions and appreciated, while uncertainty regarding future economic prospects dominated the market. Although the economic data indicates gro

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​US stock indices finish May in the red


Last week Europe and the US's major stock indices continued to adjust as investors worried about deteriorating economic data and escalating conflict in international trade. Both the US and China have maintained sharp positions and have not shown any signs of being wi

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U.S. dollar appreciated to 2-year highs


Last week was difficult for investors in the currency market. During the first half of the week, the U.S. dollar consistently appreciated to a 2-year high, while there was an active debate about the threat of escalating trade war between the U.S. and China, which prompt

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U.S. dollar appreciated while negative sentiment persisted


US/China trade talks impact the fundamental

Last week, we could feel significant uncertainty in the market. The main reason for this came from significantly increased tensions in the U.S.' and China's negotiations on international trade. More than week ago, the U.S. increased import tariffs for goods from China,

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