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EUR/USD: 1.23 emerges as resistance ahead of Georgia runoff elections

EUR/USD struggles to establish a foothold above 1.23. Technical studies and market positioning show scope for a pullback. Democratic sweep in Georgia elections could bring stronger buying pressure. EUR/USD failed to keep gains above 1.23 for the third consecutive trading day on Monday. The repeated
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Interactive Brokers’ Fee-Generating Trades Set New Record in December

Photo: Thomas Peterffy, founder of Interactive Brokers (Photo:Bloomberg) Interactive Brokers LLC (NASDAQ:IBKR) has announced a new milestone growth, this time with the number of fee-generating trades exceeding 2.3 million in December amid a surge in activity from people stuck at home during the coro

FTSE 100 Surges On Growth Optimism

U.K. stocks were sharply higher on Monday amid optimism about the economic outlook in 2021 as Britain began rolling out the Oxford University vaccine developed by AstraZeneca as protection against Covid-19. Sentiment was also boosted after a survey showed growth in British manufacturing activity ros

Anonymous Bitcoin User Transfers 9,156 BTC Just before the Crash

Photo: Finance Magnates Bitcoin price crashed below $30,000 on Monday as the world’s largest cryptocurrency lost $50 billion in market cap within hours. An anonymous Bitcoin user transferred 9,156 BTC worth nearly $300 million on Monday just an hour before the crash started. According to the details

Unwinding of safe-haven plays continues into 2021

Notes/Observations - Various PMI Manufacturing readings prompting optimism on global recovery - European PMI data mostly softer but remaining in expansion territory (Beats: UK; Misses: Euro Zone, Germany, Italy, Spain; In-line: France) - Coming weeks could remain challenging on the virus front Asia:

UK lenders approved most mortgages since 2007 in Nov - BoE

Slideshow ( 2 images )LONDON (Reuters) - British lenders approved more than 100,000 new mortgages in November, the most since the start of the financial crisis in August 2007, defying expectations of a slowdown in the housing market boom that started after the first COVID lockdown. Bank of England d

Cboe FX Volumes Signal Solid Uptrend despite December Lull

Photo: FM Institutional spot foreign exchange training venue, Cboe FX Markets, has published its volumes for December, showing a monthly slump in the demand at the end of 2020 but a positive yearly uptick. This is a trend in the forex market, given the year-end holidays. A quick analysis of the dail

EUR/USD Forecast: New year, new highs? Not so fast, three dark clouds may trigger setback

EUR/USD has kicked off 2021 by resuming its gains amid dollar weakness. Concerns about covid variants, slow vaccine distribution, and Georgia's special elections may bring it down. Monday's four-hour chart is showing a moderately bullish picture. "Nothing changes on New Year's Day" – these from U2's

US dollar retreat continues

The US dollar sell-off accelerates overnight The US dollar sell-off accelerated overnight with both the major and commodity currencies tracing substantial gains versus the greenback. What appears to have woken the currency market from its slumber on the year’s penultimate session is the UK’s approva

Japan stocks start year in red as Tokyo braces for state of emergency

TOKYO, Jan 4 (Reuters) - Japanese shares ended lower on Monday after Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said he is considering a state of emergency for Tokyo and surrounding prefectures to contain a spike in local coronavirus infections. The Nikkei 225 Index ended down 0.68% at 27,258.38 in its first tra

GRAPHIC-A (markets) journal of the plague year

(Updates story published on Dec 20 with final year-end numbers) LONDON, Dec 31 (Reuters) - Last December, the first infection with the new coronavirus was reported to the World Health Organization. Twelve months later, as the charts below show, global financial markets have been on a roller coaster

Stocks stall near record highs after tumultuous year

LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks fell in European trading on Thursday as lockdowns and rising COVID-19 cases overshadowed the optimism around the rollout of vaccines in the New Year, while the dollar’s descent accelerated to another two-and-a-half-year low. Trading volumes were thin, with many traders away

London stocks fall on wider lockdowns; Britain exits EU's orbit

(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window) * FTSE 100 down 1.6%, FTSE 250 off 0.6% Dec 31 (Reuters) - London stocks fell in thin trade on Thursday as the United Kingdom widened restrictions to stem a new variant of the coronavirus tha

South Korea's Inflation Slows In December

South Korea's inflation slowed marginally in December, data from Statistics Korea revealed on Thursday. Consumer price inflation eased to 0.5 percent from 0.6 percent in November. The rate came in line with expectations. Excluding food and energy, core inflation also slowed to 0.5 percent from 0.6 p

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