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Market Takeaway

Asian stock markets closed with no significant shifts after a trading session marked by the Bank of Japan decision to refrain from taking further fiscal measures on the top of the ones taken in March. As a result, there is a lack of trust among investors, as additional

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Can an earthquake shake the markets?


Mexico earthquake


An earthquake of 7.5 on the Richter scale brings the ghosts of the past back to Mexico and evokes memories of the earthquake of September 19, 2017, which left hundreds dead and damage that still reflects the terror suffered at that time.

Fortunately, this time, Mexico

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The Fed saved Equities last week – again – how often will this work?


Source: Economic Events Calendar June 22 – 26, 2020 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


DAX30 CFD

While the start into the week of trading looked very weak with the DAX30 opening significantly below 12,000 points, it took the bulls only till the evening to push the German

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Fear of a new global outbreak triggers gold to 2012 highs


Coronavirus outbreaks in Beijing and Germany, and the advance of the pandemic along the West Coast of the United States, has kept gold prices soaring. The precious metal is the quintessential safe-haven asset: the fear of renewed economic closures due to a new global ou

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GBP plunges after Bank of England extra £100 billion stimulus!


On Thursday 18 June, the Bank of England added another £100 billion to its quantitative easing programme taking its coronavirus stimulus plan to a whopping £745 billion. The bank also surprised many investors by deciding against taking interest rates into negative te

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