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ShareCast News - Foreign Exchange

FX round-up: North Korea renews threats, Brexit vision outlined

(ShareCast News) - Friday trading saw a fair degree of volatility, with key data releases from the Eurozone, fresh threats from North Korea and UK Prime Minister Theresa May delivering a speech outlining her view for Brexit.
[22 Sep '17 17:40]

FX round-up: Currencies take a rest after Fed hints

(ShareCast News) - Wednesday saw the Fed Chair Janet Yellen confirm that there would be a winding down of it's $4.5 trillion balance sheet in October and hinted at a possible rate increase by the end of the year.
[21 Sep '17 18:58]

FX round-up: Currencies steady ahead of Fed statement

(ShareCast News) - Currency markets were steady on Wednesday ahead of a key speech from the US Fed.
[20 Sep '17 17:28]

FX round-up: Calm before the storm ensues as markets await Fed decision

(ShareCast News) - Currency markets were fairly quiet on Tuesday, as traders opted to keep heir powder dry until Wednesday's economic and statement release from the Fed.
[19 Sep '17 17:50]

FX round-up: Pound surges on rate hike expectations, safe havens pay little attention to North Korea

(ShareCast News) - Friday trading saw the pound surge against all its major counterparts as the world woke up to another missile test from North Korea.
[15 Sep '17 17:25]

FX round-up: Pound catches bids on policy statement, US inflation highest since February

(ShareCast News) - Thursday saw the release of key data for the UK as well as the US which injected some much needed volatility into the FX market.
[14 Sep '17 17:35]

FX round-up: UK data fails to help sterling higher, greenback up for second day, North Korean concerns lurk

(ShareCast News) - The US dollar was up for a second day this week against a basket of currencies of its main trading partners, with the dollar index trading 0.55% higher to 92.391 by 1720 BST.
[13 Sep '17 17:57]

FX Round-up: Greenback in the red, North Korean risks calm down

(ShareCast News) - Monday saw some respite for the US dollar as it gained 0.55% to 91.859 against a basket of currencies by 1715 BST. There was also some degree of breathing room as recent North Korean missile threats died down and a classification downgrade of Hurricane Irma to a Category 1.
[11 Sep '17 17:37]

FX round-up: Greenback falls for fifth day, markets quiet ahead of North Korean founding day

(ShareCast News) - Friday saw the dollar index drop to it's weakest level this month against a basket of currencies while markets brace for North Korean independence day.
[8 Sep '17 17:38]

FX round-up: Pacific tensions die down as ECB takes the main stage

(ShareCast News) - Despite a raft of data releases out on Thursday including HPI (Housing Price Index) m/m for the UK (1.1%), revised eurozone GDP (0.6%) and unemployment claims for the US (298,000), it was clear to see that the star of the day was ECB (European Central Bank) President Mario Draghi, or more accurately, the euro.
[8 Sep '17 14:25]

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