European stocks look set to open higher on Wednesday even as underlying sentiment may remain cautious amid rising Covid-19 cases and persistent worries about the global economic recovery.
Tensions between the U.S. and China came to the fore of the annual UN General Assembly in New York, with U.S. Pr
Dutch consumer confidence improved slightly in September, but remained negative, data from the Central Bureau of Statistics showed on Tuesday.
Another report from the statistical office showed that household spending declined at a softer pace in July.
The consumer confidence index rose marginally to
Early Wednesday at 02:00 GMT market sees the key monetary policy decision by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ). Having initially turned down the bears New Zealand’s central bank is anticipated to adopt a dovish tone amid the latest coronavirus (COVID-19) resurgence. However, Governor Adrian Orr
Price looks to find support around 1.7475. waiting to see what price does around 1.7650 area. With news, there could be rejection on that level and fall back to retest 1.7475. There are lower lows being made so I will wait for a higher high. New could also help break that le
The dollar headed a bit lower, then reversed course higher following the FOMC announcement, where policy was unchanged, as expected, though moves were modest. USD-JPY dipped from 104.98 to 104.80, then headed to 105.08 highs, as EUR-USD bounced from 1.1830 to 1.1855 before heading to 1.1805 lows. Th
The Taiwan stock market has alternated between positive and negative finishes through the last four trading days since the end of the two-day slide in which it had stumbled more than 150 points or 1.1 percent. The Taiwan Stock Exchange now rests just above the 12,675-point plateau and it's likely to
The Eurozone and Japan reported significant contraction in GDP in Q2, reflecting the devastating impact of Corvid-19. The US dollar, which has sagged in recent weeks, recorded broad gains, as the greenback appears to have found some traction.
Eurozone GDP for Q2 was revised to -11.8%, up from the ea
Hungary's consumer price inflation rose to the highest in five months in August, latest data from the Hungarian Central Statistical Office showed on Wednesday.
The consumer price index rose 3.9 percent year-on-year in August, following a 3.8 percent increase in June. This was in line with economists
Comments by Irish prime minister, Micheál Martin
Extremely concerned about the unilateral nature of the UK's move
The timing of which raises questions about their motivation
To register 'very strong concerns' to Boris Johnson later today
Despite the push back above, Martin says that "where there
Hello everyone, I'm posting once again an idea follow the previous one (linked to this one). It did breach the bottom bar of the triangle but bounced back on the 37.4 support, Also, it didn't came back at the previous level but bounced on the 37.2 resistance, We should wait and see what d
The ECB is likely to leave its monetary policy settings unchanged in September.
The bank’s take on the euro surge amid negative inflation in focus.
The ECB forecasts (leak) show more confidence in the economic outlook.
The European Central Bank (ECB) monetary policy decision is much-awaited on Thur
The dollar traded firmer against most peer currencies amid a backdrop of rebounding global stock markets. The narrow trade-weighted USD index printed a four-day high at 93.20, while EUR-USD ebbed to a four-day low at 1.1795. Cable, which is down for a fifth consecutive trading day, posted a 13-day l
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Spectrum Markets announced this Tuesday that since its launch in October of last year it has reached one million trades in August, driven by trading in indices, foreign exchange and commodities.
Since its launch, the pan-European trading venue for securities derivatives posted an average