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Forex Fundamental Analysis

UK Deficit Falls Faster Than Forecast | 4/24/2015 9:30:18 AM

Figures just released show that the government’s borrowing (to meet the deficit between the nation’s receipts and its expenditure) in March fell to £7.4 billion.

Greece Government To Call Cash Reserves | 4/22/2015 8:26:52 AM

Nobody is exactly sure when the Greek government will run out of cash to service its obligations – not just loan repayments, but the other cash requirements of a modern nation for public salaries and pensions, imports and so on.

Item Club Bullish About UK Economy | 4/21/2015 6:57:10 PM

The Ernst and Young ITEM Club has been producing economic forecasts for the UK economy for 25 years.

Forex Week in Review | 4/20/2015 2:16:02 PM

Last week saw all of the world’s major markets losing ground, partially, over concerns about the looming Greek debt crisis and its potential ramifications for the Euro. Time for a deal is running out and there are no signs that a solution is imminent.

Deflationary Fears Abate | 4/17/2015 8:00:17 PM

Ask any consumer if they are worried about falling prices and they will give you a bemused smile and say “no”. In the experience of most of us, falling prices are only ever a transient effect, a pleasant and fleeting surprise.

The Writing On The Wall? | 4/16/2015 7:44:36 PM

Even the Greek government accepts that without help from its Eurozone partners, it will be unable to meet all of its obligations.

IMF Sounds Cautious Note For 2015 Growth | 4/15/2015 3:00:00 PM

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is suggesting that global trade will see “modest growth” over the course of 2015.

China’s Exports Stutter In March | 4/14/2015 9:03:31 PM

The rise to dominance of China, in economic terms, is based on the strength of its exports to the rest of the world.

Forex Week in Review | 4/13/2015 10:52:35 PM

Last week was a positive one for the world’s major markets with all of them ending the week higher. Get the review for April 13, 2015 here.

Bank Of England Keeps Interest Rate Unchanged | 4/10/2015 8:09:35 AM

Like most central banks, the Bank of England is independent of the national government and plays a critical role in determining interest rate policy which can affect inflation and the money supply to the business community.

UK’s Service Sector Forges Ahead | 4/9/2015 5:04:11 AM

The latest Markit Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for March suggests that the sector is expanding at its fastest rate since last August.

Greece To Meet Current IMF Obligations | 4/8/2015 4:15:09 PM

The Syriza party swept to power in Greece’s general election at the end of January on a raft of promises to roll back austerity; end Greece’s “humanitarian” crisis; and see half of the nation’s debts written off.

Forex Week in Review | 4/6/2015 10:44:26 PM

Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major markets on a trading week foreshortened by the Easter holidays.

Federal Reserve Rate Rise Bets Go Longer | 4/3/2015 9:03:23 AM

With US Federal Reserve interest rates at a record low and the US economy seemingly robust compared to Japan and the Eurozone, the only thing that rates can do is to stay where they are or increase.

Eurozone Manufacturing Continues To Expand | 4/3/2015 4:42:46 AM

It says much about the anaemic state of global demand when you realize that manufacturing output in the Eurozone has seen 23 consecutive months of growth yet unemployment is still at 11.3% - although there has been a reduction.