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The UK economy is contracting but earnings continue to surge. Who is taking all the earnings? Full Article

4 days

The UK earnings report was really impressive today, but that won't change the fate of Brexit, so the GBP continues to slide lower Full Article

1 month

Brexit and a weakening global economy have hurt many sectors of the UK economy, but earnings and employment still remain strong Full Article

1 month

It's the second day of a new trading week, and markets continue to focus on the US and China for clues to move forward. Full Article

1 month

The markets have been pretty quiet today, apart from the GBP which is bouncing up and down after the positive earnings report Full Article

2 Mo.

Markets were expecting some really weak earnings figures after the GDP report yesterday, but earnings surprised us again Full Article

2 Mo.

UK average earnings are expected to decline today to 2.9%, but the decline might be even bigger after the negative data recently from the UK Full Article

2 Mo.

The trade skirmishes between the US and China are turning into a proper trade war now but markets are stuck today Full Article

3 Mo.

The sentiment has improved in stock markets but forex continues to remain confused Full Article

4 Mo.

The service sector fell into contraction in Britain in March but manufacturing jumped higher while earnings keep going up Full Article

4 Mo.

Brexit seems to be postponed further but indications point to a possible deal at some point Full Article

5 Mo.

GBP/USD didn't blink when the employment and earnings reports were released, but the 100 SMA is pushing it higher now Full Article

5 Mo.

This week we will have the third Brexit vote, but there is also a lot of important data on the schedule Full Article

5 Mo.

The GBP and Gold continue to climb higher today despite a bullish momentum in the USD. Full Article

6 Mo.

The economic data from Europe is out and it leaned considerably on the positive side, specially the UK employment report Full Article

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