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Weekly Recap 13th – 20th January ’17

Currencies had a hectic week, as the wild moves in the Great British Pound dominated forex markets. The controversial speech of British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday sent the currency soaring against most of its major counterparts, following a strong decline after the weekend. The U.S. Dollar and the Euro had a choppy but ultimately flat week, while the Japanese Yen lost ground after a strong start. Commodity-related currencies were mixed, as the Australian Dollar remained relatively strong while the Canadian Dollar fell sharply after

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  • 03/11/16
    Weekly Recap 6th – 11th March ’16

    Weekly Recap (6th March – 11th March 2016) In the first week of March, the USD weakened even on the release of better than expected Non-Farm employment release and the unchanged unemployment rate of the US. The USD remained mostly lower against its buckets of currencies and it also helped the Go

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  • 03/04/16
    Weekly Recap 29th Feb – 4th March ’16

    Weekly Recap (29th February – 4th March 2016)   In the first week of March, the USD weakened even on the release of better than expected Non-Farm employment release and the unchanged unemployment rate of the US. The USD remained mostly lower against the buckets of its currencies and it also he

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  • 02/12/16
    Weekly Recap – 8th – 12th Feb ’16

    The second week of February was a very volatile week for all  markets including stocks, indices, forex and commodities. This week, certain economic events caused volatility not only in the forex market but also in the stock market and commodity market. The current week was very important for th

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  • 02/05/16
    Weekly Recap – 1st – 5th Feb ’16

    The first week of February brought lots of volatility to the forex market. In this week, certain economic events caused volatility not only in forex market but also in stock market & commodity market. The current week was highly important with respect to fundamentals as many economies released d

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