UK Posts Strong Quarterly Productivity Growth in December

UK Posts Strong Quarterly Productivity Growth in December

The UK has seen the strongest two quarters of productivity growth since the recession of 2008, according to the latest data. Output per hour rose 0.8% in the three months to December, the Office for National Statistics said. It follows...
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UK PM Warned by 62 MPs to Stand Up to EU Regarding Brexit

UK PM Warned by 62 MPs to Stand Up to EU Regarding Brexit

Theresa May has been warned Britain cannot become simply a “ruler-taker” after Brexit, in a letter signed by 62 Tory MPs including Jacob Rees-Mogg this week. The letter urged Theresa May to stick to the Brexit ideals outlined in her...
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BoE Hearing and Fed Minutes in Focus

BoE Hearing and Fed Minutes in Focus

US Futures Continue to Pare Last Week’s Gains US equity markets are expected to open in the red again on Wednesday, tracking losses in Europe as stocks continue to pare last week’s strong rebound. It’s been a relatively quiet start...
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Oil Mixed with WTI Rising Due to Canadian Pipeline Issues

Oil Mixed with WTI Rising Due to Canadian Pipeline Issues

Oil prices were mixed Tuesday, with the U.S. benchmark gaining ground on its global counterpart thanks to Canadian pipeline problems. West Texas Intermediate futures for April delivery CLJ8, +0.10%  rose 53 cents, or 0.9%, to $62.08 a barrel. Brent crude...
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FX Market Analysis – 20 February 2018 (Video)

FX Market Analysis – 20 February 2018 (Video)

Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam discusses this week’s key event risks, with the most notable being the UK jobs report and BoE inflation report hearing. Craig also gives his live analysis on EURUSD (11:04), GBPUSD (15:13), EURGBP (17:04), AUDUSD (18:36)...
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Higher Yields Pushing Dollar Up

Higher Yields Pushing Dollar Up

Tuesday February 20: Five-things the markets are talking about Overnight, global stock indexes have declined along with U.S futures, while the ‘big’ dollar has rallied a tad as U.S Treasury yields back up towards their four-year highs. No central b...
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GBP/USD – Pound Dips at Start of Week

GBP/USD – Pound Dips at Start of Week

The British pound is trading quietly in the Monday session. In North American trade, GBP/USD is trading at 1.4002, down 0.21% on the day. On the release front, there are no US events, with US markets closed for Presidents’ Day. In...
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Dollar Regains Ground Ahead of Fed Minutes

Dollar Regains Ground Ahead of Fed Minutes

Higher US inflation fails to spark dollar revival The US dollar depreciated across the board versus major pairs despite consumer prices rising more than expected. Inflation anxiety had triggered a sell-off in global stock markets with the Fed expected to...
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US Indices on Course For Full House

US Indices on Course For Full House

Futures Point to Full Week of Gains After Sharp Correction US equity markets could end the week with a full house of gains as long as indices manage to hold onto the small gains being seen in futures ahead of...
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GBP/USD – Pound Higher as Sentiment Remains Negative on Greenback

GBP/USD – Pound Higher as Sentiment Remains Negative on Greenback

The British pound continues to head higher this week. In North American trade, GBP/USD is trading at 1.4067, up 0.48% on the day. On the release front, there are no British events on the schedule. In the US, PPI gained 0.4%,...
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