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Market Analysis and Outlook

Fed Yellen

Will Fed Raise Rate in June? Keep Eye on Stats

Last week the April meeting minutes of the U.S. Federal Reserve were published and clearly showed that the central bank is set to continue monetary policy tightening. Can we expect that the next stage of the rate increasing will take place ...
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Yen

Yen Expects Stimulation, Commodity Currencies Sag

On Tuesday, during the Asian session, USD / JPY drifts at the area of 109.30. The U.S. dollar continues to be in demand, because of the Fed's optimistic meeting minutes followed by speeches of the Federal Open Market Committee members, whic...
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U.S. Flag

Key Events of This Week (May 23 - 27)

Currency market participants still wonder - if the U.S. economy strong enough for the next Fed rate hike? Terms of raising rates by the U.S. central bank remains one of the hottest topics in the market, so traders will continue to monitor t...
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JPY and AUD

USD / JPY and AUD / USD Are Flat

Today is a light data day with almost no important economic releases. As a result the Asian trading is calm, and the Australian dollar is trading flat, as well as the Japanese yen. USD / JPY is currently at 109.94, shedding 0.02%, AUD / USD...
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Janet Yellen

Fed Minutes Surprised Market

Yesterday, the U.S. Federal Reserve has released the minutes of the last meeting on monetary policy. According to expectations, they had to show a slow rate hike due to the unstable economic situation in the world in general and the USA in ...
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Market Analysis and Outlook

Fed Yellen

Will Fed Raise Rate in June? Keep Eye on Stats

Last week the April meeting minutes of the U.S. Federal Reserve were published and clearly showed that the central bank is set to continue monetary policy tightening. Can we expect that the next stage of the rate increasing will take place ...
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U.S. Flag

Key Events of This Week (May 23 - 27)

Currency market participants still wonder - if the U.S. economy strong enough for the next Fed rate hike? Terms of raising rates by the U.S. central bank remains one of the hottest topics in the market, so traders will continue to monitor t...
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Japanese Economics

Strong GDP Data Did Not Support Yen

On Wednesday, during Asian trading Japan has published the GDP data, which proved to be much better than expected. Thus, for the first quarter the economy grew by 0.4% after falling by 0.4% in the previous one and compared to the forecast 0...
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Fed Meeting Minutes

Key Events of This Week ( May 16 - 20)

This week traders' attention will be attracted with the Fed meeting minutes, as well as the inflation data in the United States. From these data, financial market participants will make a conclusion about when to expect the next Fed rate hi...
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Haruhiko Kuroda

Kuroda Told About Benefits of Negative Rates

On Friday, the news background in the Asian region is weak, but the speech of the Bank of Japan head Haruhiko Kuroda set the tone for trading. During his speech, Kuroda has noted that the negative rates have a positive impact on the economy...
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Market Analysis and Outlook

Janet Yellen

Fed Minutes Surprised Market

Yesterday, the U.S. Federal Reserve has released the minutes of the last meeting on monetary policy. According to expectations, they had to show a slow rate hike due to the unstable economic situation in the world in general and the USA in ...
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Mark Carney

All Eyes on British Pound

On Thursday, the British currency will attract traders' attention, as today it is so-called Super Thursday. On this day, the Bank of England will hold a meeting on the monetary policy and will publish its quarterly inflation report. Due to ...
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Iran

Can Iran Freeze Oil Production?

At the end of the last week it became known that Iran is rapidly approaching to achievemant of the pre-sanctions level of oil production. The country already produces about 4 million barrels a day and exports about 2.5 million barrels of oi...
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Commodity Currencies

Commodity Currencies Got Crushing Blow

Yesterday, commodity currencies had their own "Black Tuesday" - the Australian, the Canadian and the New Zealand dollars fell significantly against the U.S. one. A major role in this, of course, was played with oil prices decline by more th...
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Bank of Japan

Yen Overreacted to BoJ Meeting

After yesterday's meeting of the Bank of Japan, USD / JPY has lost over 3 figures in 3 minutes, and by the end of trading it has dropped by 3%. Thus, the pair approached the 18-month low amid the reluctance of the Japanese regulator to stre...
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Yen

Yen Expects Stimulation, Commodity Currencies Sag

On Tuesday, during the Asian session, USD / JPY drifts at the area of 109.30. The U.S. dollar continues to be in demand, because of the Fed's optimistic meeting minutes followed by speeches of the Federal Open Market Committee members, whic...
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JPY and AUD

USD / JPY and AUD / USD Are Flat

Today is a light data day with almost no important economic releases. As a result the Asian trading is calm, and the Australian dollar is trading flat, as well as the Japanese yen. USD / JPY is currently at 109.94, shedding 0.02%, AUD / USD...
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Australian Dollar

Aussie Soared After RBA Meeting Minutes

In Asian trading on Tuesday, the dollar traded slightly lower against its competitors. AUD / USD at the time of writing, has increased by 0.85% to 0.7351. The Aussie was supported with the growth of oil and the publication of the Reserve Ba...
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JPY and EUR

USD / JPY Rises, EUR / USD Is Stable

On Monday, the foreign exchange market continues to take a lead from Friday's U.S. employment data, and also from another disappointing data from China, published at the weekend. Dollar is slowly recovering ground against the yen. USD / JPY...
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Trader

Market Waits for Clear Signals Regarding U.S. Economy

On Thursday, the Japanese yen has handed back, allowing the U.S. dollar to rebound slightly. Recall that on Tuesday USD / JPY has reached the 18-month low, as a result of the yen's rally after the Bank of Japan meeting. EUR / JPY is also gr...
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Market Analysis and Outlook

Interesting IPOs to Expect in 2016

Interesting IPOs to Expect in 2016

IPO - is the company's initial public offering in the stock market - a loud and important event for any company that decides to go public and, of course, an opportunity for traders to make money. For example, in 2012, the social network Fac...
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European Banks Cut Jobs

European Banks Cut Jobs

Over the past two weeks, several major European banks have reported plans to substantially reduce jobs. Thus, the last week Deutsche Bank AG has announced plans to cut 11,000 employees and Credit Suisse Group AG is planning to lay off 5,600...
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Toyota

Toyota to recall 1.75 million vehicles for various reasons

Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota recalls 1.75 million cars all over the world due to defective brake installations and fuel component problems.

The latest brake issue was found in several models of Toyota Crown Majesta, as...
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Lego

Lego to refuse contract renewal with Shell

The Billund-based toy maker Lego will not renew the current multimillion contract with Royal Dutch Shell due to Greenpeace pressure.

But, the company didn’t announce when the contract expires.
The environment group Greenpe...
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Gap

Gap CEO to leave the company in February

Glenn Murphy, the chief executive officer of the American multinational clothing and accessories retailer Gap is going to resign, the company reported on Wednesday.

After holding his position for over seven years, Gap CEO will st...
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