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Admiral Markets Pty Ltd

Regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
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Admiral Markets Cyprus Ltd

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

Federal Reserve has surprised the market


The financial market was volatile last week, with concerns over a stalemate in international trade in the first days of week, but later Donald Trump communicated positive progress in the negotiations. Nonetheless, no specific agreement was reached and the markets were d

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U.S. dollar depreciated following the data announcements



Last week was full of important economic data, which signaled a continuing slowdown and prevented investors from relaxing, maintaining anxiety about future trends. Industrial sector data around the world has recorded another downturn and many countries have reached rece

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U.S. dollar appreciated as investors sought security


Last week, global financial markets were rather pessimistic as many riskier assets depreciated. Economic data indicated further slowdown and stagnation in the industrial sector, and no positive news of the international trade war or Brexit appeared on the political scen

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Fed did not provide any surprises, U.S. dollar changed insignificantly


Last week, investors focused their attention on central banks around the world. Banks in the U.S., Japan, Britain and Switzerland gathered to decide on further monetary policy and interest rates. All decisions were in-line with investor expectations and market volatilit

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U.S. dollar consolidated as Fed meeting approaches


The foreign exchange market was in consolidation sentiment last week and the rates of most important currency pairs have changed only slightly. Investors waited for the meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve, and its members' decision on interest rates and the country's mo

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