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AUD/USD jumped 20 pips as the EU announce a few company names for retaliation. We took this chance to open a sell trade in this pair Full Article

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US equity markets looked like they were about to take another huge tumble yesterday after opening down and running lower in Asian trade. Full Article

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US equity markets got all but wiped out yesterday after a huge rout saw the major indices all down by more than 3%. Full Article

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US equity markets are going to have a green start to the week, with Futures markets pointing to a strong open on Wall Street. Full Article

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The USD is looking like opening a little lower this week as the trade developments on the weekend encourage a risk-on mode. Full Article

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China might not have enough bullets in a tariffs war. But it has a massive weapon which is not so secret and it might use it. Full Article

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Equity markets are back doing what investors and the media love, making record highs. Finally it was the Dow that lead US equities higher ye Full Article

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Markets didn’t quite react as we feared they might and by the end of US trade had really shrugged off many of the concerns. Full Article

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US has officially imposed tariffs on more Chinese goods worth $200 billion this time. China is retaliating but can they retaliate enough? Full Article

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The AUD/USD would normally be heavily focused on the RBA minutes, but given the news of the day, it appears that might need to take a back s Full Article

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We’ve just officially got word that the next round of tariffs are officially set to begin on September 24 on $200 billion worth of Chinese e Full Article

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Today, markets were calm but we got a tweet from the US President praising the tariffs and the markets got moving. Full Article

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Recently, we have seen some cooling off of the trade war. But last week, Trump went back at it asking for more tariffs n china, which hurt.. Full Article

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The USD managed to shake off a less than impressive retail sales figure on Friday and post gains on the day. Full Article

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Markets were active on Friday thanks to a better than anticipated US jobs report. The USD led the way, again putting the majors under pressu Full Article

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