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Today we are seeing another run higher in the USD, as it keep making gains against most financial assets Full Article

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Last week the FED delivered the 3rd 75 bps rate hike which kept the USD bullish and will likely keep it so this week as well Full Article

21 hours

GBP/USD lost six cents this week and the decline is escalating, which points to parity after the break of 1.109, as UK economy weakens Full Article

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Yesterday the SNB and the BOE delivered rate hikes after the FED did so on Wednesday evening, while today manufacturing and services report Full Article

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GBP/USD jumped after the rate hike from Bank of England earlier today, but has reversed back down as USD strength prevails Full Article

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Yesterday the FED raised rates by 0.75% again, leaving the door open for further hikes, while today the SNB and BOE are expected to do the s Full Article

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The GBP remains bearish on the long term charts, despite inflation surging to record numbers in the UK Full Article

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EUR/GBP is reversing higher after the pullback lower today as the UK faces more challenges than the Euro at the moment Full Article

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The GBP/USD is trading lower at 1.1800 in early Wednesday morning in Europe, following an unsuccessful attempt to rebound from the previous Full Article

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UK June, as well as the Q2 GDP showed a contraction, showing that the UK economy is heading into a recession as well Full Article

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During Wednesday's Asian session, GBP/USD remained under pressure at the intraday low of 1.2070. The Bank of England's latest recession Full Article

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EUR/GBP has been quite bearish recently, as the BOE has already has hiked interest rates many time and we decided to sell this pair again Full Article

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The Bank of England is expected to deliver the 6th rate hike in a row, this time by 50 bps, but the interest is on the future plans Full Article

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The FED raised interest rates by 0.75% last week, while the Bank of England and the Reserve Bank of Australia are expected to hike by 50 bps Full Article

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