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The US dollar has reversed some of its recent losses and is trading steady early on Friday as investor focus shifts from the Fed towards Full Article

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At the start of a fresh trading week, the US dollar appears to have steadied after posting the most severe loss seen in more than a month Full Article

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Central banks start to accept high inflation, as CPI and prices don't come down Full Article

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US 5-year bond yields are on the verge of a breakout on the daily chart Full Article

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A recent Reuters poll indicates an increasing likelihood of a major correction in the global bond market coming up in the next three months Full Article

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The US dollar is starting the week on a somewhat strong footing, as it holds on to its recent gains early on Monday, with markets waiting Full Article

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There are so many unknown factors in markets right now, but cryptos are benefiting Full Article

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Real yields on leading sovereign bonds are deep in negative territory and expected to stay there for a considerable amount of time going Full Article

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Even as the coronavirus pandemic rages on and continues to hurt economies worldwide, leading central banks like the Fed and the BOE have Full Article

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Dax30 made quite a retrace higher in the last week of March as money flowed in, but the 20 daily SMA has stopped the climb Full Article

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Central banks are throwing the kitchen sink at the economy and now we are seeing policies from the FED that we haven't even heard before Full Article

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Latest estimates by UBS reveal that governments and central banks around the world have already pledged to spend more on stimulus efforts Full Article

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The sentiment has improved a bit today, despite governments and central banks going nut on coronavirus Full Article

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The global economy is taking another hit from coronavirus and Japanese officials think this might be worse than the 2008 crisis Full Article

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Gold is trading mostly steady following the release of better than expected economic data from the US in the previous session, even as Full Article

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