UK-registered Bitcoin exchange EXMO has appointed Tarek Aljneidi as its newest Marketing Manager, effective immediately.
Tarek will now be responsible for scaling EXMO UK operations across Europe and will also be tasked with growing the business across the region at a time of rapid c
The Australian and NZ dollars appreciated against their major counterparts in the European session on Wednesday, as China's consumer price index matched forecasts in August.
Data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed that the CPI rose 0.4 percent month-on-month in August versus 0.6 percent
Silver trades in a choppy range between $26.97 and $26.68.
A confluence of 21-day EMA, an ascending trend line from August 12 restricts immediate downside amid bearish MACD.
Bulls need to refresh the monthly top to retake controls.
Silver struggles for a clear direction while taking rounds to $26.8
USD/CAD remains pressured near the lowest since January 2020.
Failures to cross a short-term resistance confluence favor sellers.
200-HMA adds to the upside barriers for the bulls’ entry.
USD/CAD drops to 1.3085, down 0.10% on a day, during the pre-Tokyo open trading on Monday. In doing so, the loo
China Federation of Logistic and Purchasing will release August month’s official PMI numbers around 01:00 GMT on Monday. It should also be noted that Australia’s TD Securities Inflation figures for the current month become an additional catalyst to watch for the AUD/USD pair traders.
USD/JPY reverses early losses to trade near 105.50.
Dollar's recovery looks confounding in the wake of an uptick in Asian stocks.
The US 10-year yield remains under pressure near 0.66%.
The safe-haven American dollar is drawing bids despite the rally in Asian stocks and pushing USD/JPY higher.
EUR/JPY has cleared the 200-week ma at 124.86 and is now trading around 125.20 after hitting a high near 125.60 early on Thursday. The pair is heading to test the 127.75 and will retain an upside bias while above the three-month uptrend at 122.69, Karen Jones, Team Head FICC Technical Analysis Resea
Euro Back Near July Highs
The common currency resumed its bullish momentum after a brief consolidation near the 1.1750 handle.
With support firmly established, EURUSD is back trading close to the 1.1900 level, marking the July 31 highs.
A close above this level is required for the bullish momentum t
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US equities were stronger Tuesday, the S&P up 1.3% with steady gains late in the session after a choppy session earlier, and oil and gold were both up a bit.
Improved US equity sentiment came with a positive start to Q2 earnings reports, with JPMorgan and Citi beating expectations despite citin
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Chief Economist Gita Gopinath said on Friday, “we have more concern over risk inflation going too low, rather than too high, due to COVID-19.”
“Because there are bigger insolvency issues as covid-19 persists, govts must shift more to equity sup
Germany's industrial production recovered in May, helped by an easing of lockdown measures, Destatis reported Tuesday.
Industrial output grew 7.8 percent on a monthly basis in May, in contrast to a revised 17.5 percent fall in April. Production was forecast to grow 10 percent in May.
On a yearly bas
Market Review - 04/07/2020 02:15 GMT
Dollar ends unchanged in holiday-thin North American trading The greenback moved relatively narrowly on Friday as U.S. markets were closed for July 4th Independence Day holiday, price maintained a steady to firm undertone as rise in coronavirus cases in the U
FX Strategists at UOB Group noted EUR/USD risks further retracements below the 1.1170 level in the near-term.
24-hour view: “We highlighted the mixed outlook in EUR yesterday and expected it ‘to trade in a choppy manner and within a broad range of 1.1200/1.1280’. EUR subsequently traded b