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Fundamental Analysis

US stock markets remain at all-time highs


Last week higher volatility could be felt in the markets, although it did not prevent US indices from appreciating further. The US central bank meeting on Wednesday brought in a slightly negative sentiment, when bank members stated that the current interest rate level w

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U.S. dollar appreciated to a 2-year high


Last week, two strong tendencies could be felt in the market – investors were active buyers of the U.S. dollar and of stocks. Data from the U.S., the biggest economy, was positive and encouraged investors to increase their risk related to the U.S. Meanwhile, that kind o

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U.S. dollar has consistently appreciated after positive economic data


Last week, financial markets experienced a pre-holiday calm and as a result, volatility was quite low. However, economic data had different plans – the U.S. and China have exceeded market participant expectations, while Europe continued to disappoint and shows no signs

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Positive sentiment persisted across the stock markets


Last week, positive sentiment persisted in the stock market and investors remained buyers of stocks. Among principal variables was positive economic data from China and press announcements of central banks, in which the members did not miss a chance to repeat themselves

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Optimism surrounding the US/China trade agreement pushed the indices up


Last week was full of optimism in the stock markets. Investors evaluated data from China very positively, which indicated about country's economic stabilization and the U.S. and China's management comments on a trade agreement.

Both Donald Trump and Xi Jinping have offic

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