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US Q1 GDP remained at -5%, but durable goods orders for May posted a massive jump Full Article

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US durable goods orders posted an even bigger decline in April Full Article

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US durable goods orders posted a are decline for March as expected, but the details are not so horrible Full Article

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Factory orders were already weak in the US, now they should post some major decline in March, but let's look at February first Full Article

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Headline durable goods orders jumped in february in US, but core orders turned negative again Full Article

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US GDP a durable goods orders improved the sentiment for the USD, after retreating, as odds of FED cutting rates increase Full Article

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US durable goods orders and the GDP report were released a while ago and they leaned more on the positive side Full Article

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The US dollar is trading steady on Thursday over mounting worries that the coronavirus outbreak could turn into a global pandemic as a high Full Article

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Today the sentiment has improved compared to yesterday, but markets still leaning on safe havens as concerns remain about the virus in China Full Article

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US headline durable goods orders were strong in December, but details and November revisions were petty soft Full Article

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Core capital goods orders climbed 0.7% higher YoY in November, higher than economists' forecast which was for a reading of 0.2%. Full Article

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US Durable goods orders plummeted, while Canadian GDP contracted,but the USD and the CAD didn't move much Full Article

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Early on Thursday, the US dollar continues to trade bullish boosted by stronger than expected economic data from the US. Full Article

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The US dollar is trading slightly bearish against major currencies following disappointing economic data releases from the US, pointing to.. Full Article

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The data from Europe and the US today didn't leave much room for hopes of an economic rebound Full Article

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