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Market reviews

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

The British pound fell slightly against the US dollar on Thursday, Oct. 20, breaking the upward trend of the first half of the week. However, the activity of traders is still quite low, with the result that even in the short term, the overall picture of price movement does not change much. Interesting macroeconomic data was published on Thursday. Thus, the pound came under pressure from weak data on retail sales in the UK. As it became known, the index in September has not changed, while analysts had expected growth of 0.4% MoM. In annual terms, sales growth fell from 6.6% to 4.1% while the fo...

17 March 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Current trend Yesterday, the Australian Dollar showed a strong growth against the US Dollar. The pair continues trading within an upward trend. The pair has been growing, as the USD came under pressure after the results of the Fed’s meeting were announced. As it was expected, interest rates re...

16 March 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Yesterday the pair showed flat dynamics and closed near the opening levels. Market volatility remains low prior to the US Fed monetary policy meeting that is due today. Markets do not expect the interest rate to be increased at the today’s meeting. Closer attention should be paid to regulator...

15 March 2016 by Kristina Leonova

The pair continues falling after the unexpected growth that was caused by the ECB monetary policy decision. The regulator lowered the interest rate to 0% and expanded its quantitative easing program from 60 to 80 billion Euro. At the same time, the US Fed is on its course to tighten monetary policy...

11 March 2016 by Kristina Leonova

On Thursday, the US Dollar declined against the Pound, and the GBP/USD pair strengthened by more than 70 points. A fall in the number of jobless claims in the US did not manage support the national currency. According to recent data, the UK’s trade deficit has widened to -3.46 billion. A fall...

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