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German government and Fed deliver stimulus, DAX30 bulls still in trouble


 Economic Events Calendar

Source: Economic Events Calendar March 16 – 20, 2020 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar

DAX30 CFD

The last week of trading started with a "Black Monday." In addition to fears and panic around the Coronavirus, global financial markets were hit by another risk-off wave aft

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The U.S. dollar has changed direction and appreciated significantly


Stock market

At the beginning of last week, the U.S. dollar turned around unexpectedly and began to rise rapidly, eliminating the losses of the last few weeks. Negative sentiment in the markets over the coronavirus has prompted investors to return to safe currencies.

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Saudi Arabia triggers oil price war with Russia! What’s the trade?


Energy traders have been left stunned after oil prices crashed more than 30%, triggered by an oil price war between Russia and OPEC giant Saudi Arabia. The move sent stocks crashing even lower amid the wider economic issues from the coronavirus pandemic. The Russian

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Top shares to buy following the COVID-19 sell-off


stock market

The coronavirus has caused global markets to plummet, with stock markets crashing 15% on Monday March 9, and oil dropping by 30%.

Over the past few weeks, we've asked whether coronavirus could push WTI lower (the answer: yes), whether the outbreak could c

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How the world’s top investors are responding to coronavirus volatility


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Coronavirus fears have led to extreme volatility in the stock markets over the past month, with the Dow Jones losing nearly 6,000 points in just four weeks, or nearly 20% of its value. This culminated in a 7.8% crash on Monday March 9.

At the same time, the

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