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

3 days

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

3 days

The employment report form the UK is expected to be pretty great once again. Full Article

3 days

The market sentiment has turned sour today and the markets seem a bit weary to make major moves. Full Article

1 month

Brexit and the Italian deficit issues still remain unresolved, but China is reducing auto tariffs on US cars which should help the sentiment Full Article

2 Mo.

UK average earnings index jumped to 3.3% today, but Brexit is still the driving force behind the GBP. Full Article

2 Mo.

The UK earnings report was great. But, the GBP is climbing more on Brexit news which have been popping up all morning today. Full Article

3 Mo.

The UK unemployment rate ticked higher for the first time this year. But earnings jumped higher which makes the overall report positive. Full Article

3 Mo.

Markets are pretty quiet today as the sentiment improves. Although, Brexit and Italian budget problems will likely reverse all this again. Full Article

4 Mo.

A Brexit deal this week seems increasingly unlikely. But, earnings continue to grow in the UK and the GBP is feeling better after the... Full Article

4 Mo.

Today the market sentiment feels sort of positive, or at least, not as negative as it used to be in the last few trading days. The safe... Full Article

6 Mo.

GBP/USD made a bullish move this morning climbing around 70 pips. Although, that move came from the USD side because other pairs were making Full Article

6 Mo.

The UK earings and BOE's Carney didn't offer much today. But, Powell is coming up so beware traders Full Article

7 Mo.

The earnings report from the UK came up right on expectations. The average weekly earnings or wages as we know them, rose by 2.5% 3m/y. Full Article

7 Mo.

This week is filled with economic and political events. The market is getting too distracted by all the news and data releases. Full Article

9 Mo.
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