Currency Markets

Populism again casts shadow over booming eurozone economy

Oct 16, 2017

Following votes in Germany and Austria and the uncertainty over the Spanish region of Catalonia, concerns are growing again about the potential impact of euroskeptic politics.

US inflation figures set to set market tone at week's end

Oct 13, 2017

Global stock markets generally rose Friday as investors awaited the next round of U.S. inflation and retail sales figures.

Global markets steady as positive sentiment kept in check

Oct 9, 2017

Most global stock markets have risen following a strong week on Wall Street as trading on Chinese exchanges resumed following a holiday week

Global stocks soften on report of US jobs decline

Oct 6, 2017

Global stocks turn slightly lower after weak US jobs report distorted by hurricane damage

Global shares drift as investors pause ahead of Fed

Sep 19, 2017

Global stock markets traded in fairly narrow ranges Tuesday as investors paused for breath a day after U.S. stock markets struck a record high and geared up for the latest interest rate decision from the U.S. Federal Reserve.

Bank of England hints at rate rise in 'coming months'

Sep 14, 2017

The Bank of England opts to keep interest rates at a record low but delivers a big hint that borrowing rates could be raised in coming months

North Korea relief sustains momentum in global markets

Sep 12, 2017

Global stock markets remained firm Tuesday as fears over an escalation in tensions between the U.S. and North Korea continued to subside even though the United Nations slapped further sanctions on Pyongyang.

UK inflation surprise renews talk of interest rate increase

Sep 12, 2017

Inflation in Britain has spiked up to 2.9 percent in the year to August, further above the 2 percent target and stoking expectations of an eventual rate increase

Global stocks spike on relief over North Korea restraint

Sep 11, 2017

World stocks jumped and the dollar strengthened after Hurricane Irma weakened and North Korea marked a weekend holiday with celebrations but refrained from launching more missiles

Market sentiment kept in check by Irma and North Korea

Sep 8, 2017

Global shares mostly slipped on worries about the damage from Hurricane Irma in the U.S., as well as lingering fears about ballistic missile launches and nuclear weapons in North Korea.

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