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US President Donald Trump confirmed that negotiations between the countries' trade teams are progressing productively Full Article

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The US dollar maintained its bullishness in early Friday trading after the release of an upbeat retail sales report Full Article

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US officials confirmed on Wednesday that China made no concessions following US's decision to delay proposed tariffs on some Chinese imports Full Article

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Gold prices maintain their bullish momentum into Wednesday even after Trump decided to delay some tariffs on Chinese imports. Full Article

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US President Trump put off duties on some goods to avoid any adverse impact on US consumers' holiday shopping. The 10% tariffs on consumer.. Full Article

4 days

AUD/USD made a 60 pip jump after comments that talks between US and China have resumed, but we decided to short the jump Full Article

4 days

The economic data today was mixed and left markets puzzled, but US-China rumours have made things interesting in the US session Full Article

4 days

IMF has warned that if the US imposes more tariffs on Chinese goods as a result of the trade war, it could impact China's economic growth Full Article

5 days

EUR/USD consolidated last week after a 250 pips surge, but now it has turned lower and it is facing the 100 SMA Full Article

5 days

Even as the long term outlook for oil remains bearish as long as the trade war lasts, WTI crude oil prices rose higher on Friday over hopes Full Article

1 week

Stock markets have turned pretty bearish again after new tariffs on China, but the 50 SMA is holding on for Dax at the moment Full Article

1 week

The US-China trade conflict escalated last week following Trump's announcement of 10% tariffs on the remaining $300 billion Full Article

1 week

Chinese Commerce Ministry has proposed the removal of import tariff quotas on soybean oil, rapeseed oil and palm oil. Full Article

1 week

Gold continues to become dearer over worries that the US-China trade war could escalate further. Full Article

2 Wks.

The sentiment has been negative since the announcement of new tariffs on China, but today it turned positive on some good data Full Article

2 Wks.
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