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Market reviews

26 October 2016 by Kristina Leonova: Chief Analyst in the Investment Research Department

Yesterday the pair showed volatile trade and closed slightly above its opening levels. Towards the end of the day, the Dollar was pressured by poor macroeconomic data from the US. The Consumer Confidence in October fell from 103.5 to 98.6 points while experts predicted a decline to only 101.0 points. In addition, the Redbook Index dropped by 0.1%. At the same time, the American currency was supported by data on S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices. In August, the index grew by 5.1% exceeding a forecasted growth of 5.0%. Additionally, the IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism in October sharply increa...

11 May 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Data that was published yesterday slightly pressured the pair. Industrial Production in Germany in March shrank by 1.3% while economists predicted a fall of 0.3%. In addition, the JOLTS Jobs Opening in the US in March grew from 5.608 million to 5.757 million instead of a forecasted fall to 5.431 mil...

10 May 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Yesterday the pair slightly fell amid the publication of strong data in Switzerland. The Consumer Price Index in April grew by 0.3%, which was better than the expectations of economists of 0.1% and matched the previous month figure. On a year-to-year basis, consumer inflation fell by 0.4% that was a...

06 May 2016 by Kristina Leonova

The EUR/USD pair continues correcting down after it was showing a growth for quite a long time. The European currency is under increasing pressure, as market participants are waiting for data on the US labour market. In particular, Nonfarm Payrolls are expected to be up to 200K that is unlikely to h...

05 May 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Yesterday the GBP/USD pair was declining amid poor statistics on the UK Construction PMI, which fell to 52.0 points against the forecast of 54.0 points. The US Dollar gained certain support from data on Trade Balance – the US trade deficit shrank to $40.0 billion. Favorable statistics on Servi...

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