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The economic data from the UK for Q2 and for June was pretty disappointing, but the UK Finance Minister is trying to save face Full Article

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GBP/USD has been really bearish lately due to Brexit, but the GDP and manufacturing reports might give a hand to the GBP right now Full Article

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Eurozone manufacturing is in contraction and inflation is heading lower, which means that the Euro will remain bearish long-term Full Article

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US manufacturing figures came sort of mixed, but leaned on the negative side, showing further weakness in this sector Full Article

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The FED cut rates by 0.25% yesterday which has turned the USD bullish, while the BOE still sees Brexit going both ways Full Article

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Irish manufacturing sector in contraction again: the AIB manufacturing PMI declined to 48.7 in July from 49.8 in the previous month. Full Article

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Most of the manufacturing reports from across the globe have been released today. Despite a small improvement, it remains in contraction Full Article

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We expect the Bank of England to turn really dovish today, but before hat, we will get to see the UK PMI manufacturing report Full Article

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Japanese manufacturing continues to suffer for a third straight month, as the final PMI figures from Jibun Bank for July came in at 49.4. Full Article

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The Caixin Manufacturing PMI for July has come in at 49.9 vs 49.6, which is a positive development. Full Article

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According to data released earlier today, China's services sector growth slowed down in July, falling to 53.7 from 54.2 in June. Full Article

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China manufacturing and non-manufacturing PMI for July have overall shown a little bit of an improvement. Full Article

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Manufacturing has been in contraction for 2 months in China,but President Xi sounds optimistic about the economic situation Full Article

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The German Ifo business climate deteriorated further today and now Ifo economists expect worse times to come for Germany Full Article

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The ECB might have been hoping for some positive figures this week, but they got the opostite instead Full Article

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