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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...

10 August 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Yesterday the pair fell amid weakening in the US Dollar that was pressured by poor statistics on the US labour market. The Nonfarm Productivity in the second quarter of the year fell by 0.5% while economists predicted a growth of 0.4%. In the first quarter, the index fell by 0.6% as well. The Canadi...

09 August 2016 by Kristina Leonova

On the hourly chart, the pair continues trading in a narrow sideways channel between the levels of 1.1105 and 1.1068. The pair was pressured by data on the German Trade Balance, the surplus of which in June fell from 22.1 billion to 21.7 billion Euro amid growth in imports. At the same time, some ex...

08 August 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Last Friday, the US Dollar gained against the Canadian Dollar amid statistics on US labour market. A growth in the pair was also supported by data which showed that the Canadian economy, against an expected increase of 10,000 jobs, shed 31,200 jobs in July from June, when the indicator was down by 0...

05 August 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Yesterday the pair continued falling amid strengthening in the US Dollar, which was substantially supported after the publication of strong data on the Employment Change on Wednesday. At the same time, the American currency was slightly pressured by yesterday’s data on Jobless Claims. The numb...

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