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Fundamental Analysis

U.S. dollar corrected to a 1-month low


Last week, investors in the foreign exchange market withdrew from the U.S. dollar segment and the reserve world currency adjusted to a 1-month low. This position was fueled by both poor U.S. economic data and the very mild tone of the country's central bank due to furth

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Currencies consolidated before March data


Fundamental analysis

Last week, investors were waiting for economic news representing March, thus market moves were rather muted. In the next couple of weeks, number of important economic data pieces will be announced, which will reflect activity through the lockdown period. Until now, most

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U.S. dollar remained in consolidation range


Stock Market

Last week, the news and economic data did not promise much in the way of positivity, but the market reacted to it quite passively and remained in a consolidation range. The International Monetary Fund has updated its forecast for the global economy, which expects a -3%

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The U.S. dollar consolidated


Stock market

Investor sentiment was mixed last week, leading to consolidation in financial markets. News of the coronavirus remained rather negative, but in some states, changing trends in a positive direction were recorded, which sparked optimism among some investors.

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Investors returned to the dollar as a safe haven asset


Stock Market

Last week, economic data continued to deteriorate and hinted at a deepening global crisis, prompting investors to look for safe-haven instruments and buy U.S. dollars. The global economy remained stagnant as the coronavirus spread rapidly in major economies. The number

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