Daily Financial News

Daily Financial News

Forex Weekly Outlook November 21-25

The US dollar continued marching forward, accompanied by clear hints of a rate hike. US Durable Goods Orders, UK GDP and the all-important FOMC Meeting Minutes stand out in the week of...

Bulls and Bears Took on More Currency Exposure in Week Through January

he most striking improvement among theoretical situating toward the finish of a year ago and the primary session of 2017 is not that modification were little. There was just a single...

China’s manufacturing expands for 5th consecutive month

BEIJING (AP) — Activity at China's production lines moderated in December yet at the same time spoke to the fifth back to back month of development in the most recent sign...
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FastMatch has partnered TradAir

FastMatch has partnered TradAir to target the institutional 'clicker' segment of the foreign exchange market in a bid to boost the venue's trading volumes and diversity its liquidity As a result of...

Messe Dusseldorf and Fairtrade Cooperate for Plast & PrintPack Alger

A corresponding agreement was reached at the end of September between Werner M. Dornscheidt, CEO of Messe Düsseldorf, and Martin März, fairtrade's founder and Managing Partner. Messe Düsseldorf entered as an equal...

How Deutsche’s big bet on Wall Street turned toxic

Deutsche Bank's quest for accomplishment on Wall Street has come at a high value, a $7 billion or more punishment representing the degree of its decrease since 2008 when its then...

3 ways to profit in the ‘year of the dollar’

In December, the Federal Reserve raised loan fees for the second time since the Great Recession and included the desire of a 2017 financing cost climb to its gauge. Furthermore, only...

Czech Aug Industrial Production Rebounds Sharply

Czech industrial production surged in August, after falling sharply in the previous month, figures from the Czech Statistical Office showed Friday. Industrial production expanded 13.1 percent year-over-year in August, reversing a 14.1...

Raising Wages in Japan Is Making Part-Timers Work Less

Over the last 10 years, Japan’s 14 million part-time workers cut their working hours by more than 6 percent. They now work about 4.5 hours a day. That's a blow to a...

Bears Maul Yen and Treasuries

Examiners showed up for the most part intrigued by lessening presentation in the keep running up to the US occupations information and the Italian submission. They exchanged gross yearns in the...
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