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All Things Forex Trading Room: EUR and USD New Trading Week Outlook


As the new trading week gets underway, we explain why the EUR and the USD will be the two currency majors that will take the center stage in the days ahead and explore the near-term outlook for the single currency and the greenback...


All Things Forex Trading Room: Has the USD Strengthened Too Fast, Too Soon?


With the currency market quieting a bit ahead of the important events next week, we take a close look at the USD and ponder if the greenback's too-fast, too-soon rally against the other major currencies might be due for a welcome price correction...


Forex News

UK CPI Turns Negative Again, Richest 1% now own half of all wealth

Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange

Rolling economic and financial news, from the latest wealth report to the UK inflation data. Credit Suisse wealth report released. German investor morale hit by VW scandal. UK inflation turns negative. Chinese imports tumble 20%...


Car exports cut monthly UK trade deficit but quarterly gap is growing


A £500m rise in cars shipped abroad fails to ease prospects of huge UK trade deficit in third quarter fueled by strong pound plus eurozone woes and declining oil industry. The significant improvement seen in Q2 now considered as "only temporary"...


Forex Outlook

Quantitative easing and common sense


The developed nations have lately got away with throwing vast amounts of Quantitative Easing money into the system only because the results have not yet come home to roost; but once more other people are paying the price...


Global investors brace for China crash, says IIF


Finance institute forecasts net capital outflow from emerging markets for first time since 1988 leaving states vulnerable to capital drought. The IIF’s analysts say the current reversal is the latest wave of a homegrown downturn...


Forex Research

The crash seven years on: not yet business as usual


Seven years following the banking crisis, senior bankers are still moaning about over-regulation, but with the government still owning major stakes in banks this is no time to water down the rules. This is not a normal state for the banking industry...


Growth fears as UK and Eurozone service sectors slow


All the latest economic and financial news, including disappointing surveys of Europe’s dominant service sector and protests at Air France. Eurozone economic growth slows. ISM Non-Manufacturing Index shows services sector expanding less...


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