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CPI inflation jumped to 8.9% in June in Europe, while the Q2 GDP expanded by 0.7%, which is leaving EUR/USD in doubt Full Article

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The risk-off sentiment continued yesterday as well in financial markets, and we continued to book profit on our forex and crypto signals Full Article

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Inflation jumped to 8.6% in June in the Eurozone, beating expectations of 8.4%, but that won't affect the ECB rate path much Full Article

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European CPI inflation is expected to show another increase in June, while manufacturing already weakened last month Full Article

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German CPI Inflation came below expectations today while Spanish inflation increased above 10%, leaving the ECB puzzled Full Article

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Risk assets are resuming the larger decline as the risk sentiment turns bearish on rate hike expectations from central banks Full Article

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Last week the USD continued the retreat on Powell's hesitation, while this week we'll have a look at European inflation and manufacturing Full Article

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The USD is retreating today while the CAD is increasing as CPI inflation pushes higher, with the BOC priced in to deliver a 75 bps hike Full Article

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Financial markets have been trading in a range for two days, providing some good trading opportunities for us Full Article

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CPI inflation jumped to 8.6% in May against 8.3% expected, which has turned the risk sentiment off in financial markets again Full Article

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Producer PPI inflation is surging in China and Japan like in Europe, but consumer CPI inflation remain stable Full Article

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Markets were anticipating an announcement of a 0.50% interest rate increase in July by the ECB, but Lagarde is going for 25 bps hikes Full Article

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The RBA is starting to pick up the pace of interest rate hikes, but that won't have much effect on stabilizing inflation Full Article

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EUR/USD should resume the decline soon as the consumer and investor sentiment remains negative in Europe, while the ECB prepares to hike rat Full Article

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The service sector was the hardest hit during the pandemic and it seems that will be negatively affected by higher inflation and interest rat Full Article

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