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Crude Oil has been rejected by smaller MAs on the H1 chart, falling below $98 again, indicating strong selling pressure Full Article

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Commodities such as Copper and Oil have been hit hard in recent days, as the risk sentiment turns negative again Full Article

1 day

The EU seems to be heading into recession as services slow down considerably as a result of surging prices Full Article

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Yesterday we saw another confirmation of the global economy heading into recession, as services and manufacturing softened worldwide Full Article

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Crude Oil is going through another crash today after stabilizing for two days, which indicates that the trend might have changed Full Article

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Crude Oil made the biggest bearish reversal this week since early March Full Article

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Risk sentiment has turned on again, despite the UK services heading toward contraction and probably recession Full Article

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Crude Oil tested the upside earlier today, despite fears of global recession growing after UK services slowed down considerably in May Full Article

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In its latest report, the World Bank has expressed hope that the global economy could post a rapid recovery from the coronavirus induced Full Article

1 year

A second back-to-back contraction in the second quarter would potentially represent a technical recession as Japan is suffering the fourth Full Article

1 year

Economists polled by Reuters indicate that the Eurozone economy is headed for a double-dip recession in the wake of the latest wave of the Full Article

1 year

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut its growth forecasts for the UK severely for the current year, in the wake of the latest wave Full Article

1 year

A recent report on Nikkei indicates that the Japanese government is set to turn more optimistic about its GDP forecast for the next fiscal Full Article

2 years

Latest estimates by the OBR paint a worrying picture about the state of UK's economy in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, with the GDP Full Article

2 years

Recent analysis by PwC reveals that the UK economy could witness a contraction in Q4 2020 by anywhere between 2.1% and 3.3%, while the Full Article

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