Barbara Zigah

Barbara Zigah
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About Barbara Zigah

After working on Wall Street, Barb began her second career as a freelance writer at Daily Forex, where the CEO recognized fresh, untapped potential and was willing to give her a try. She’s never looked back. Since then, she’s worked steadily as a freelance writer and editor in the financial services and Forex-related industry.

When not regaling readers with the thrilling events of the Eurozone’s plight, she enjoys life as a wife and mother of three incredibly brilliant children. After spending nearly 10 years living in Ghana, Barb is happy to be back home in New Jersey.

Aside from her freelance writing duties, she is a voracious reader of nearly every genre and is a dedicated player of Scrabble and games of that ilk. A creative cook (out of necessity!), she has mastered homemade pizza dough and ricotta cheese and her kids are anxious for her to quit her day job and open up a restaurant so they can eat pizza all day, every day. But seriously, it is her one day dream to become an entrepreneur in the hospitality industry and she and her husband are working toward that goal.


Market News Analyst at DailyForex since 2008

Education:
B.S.c from the University of Maryland

Professional Experience:
Former contributor to eToro, freelance writer extraordinaire

Featured In:
National Mortgage Professional ,Benzinga


barbara-zigah@dailyforex.com

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The British pound edged higher against the greenback during London trade on Wednesday, striking a fresh 1-week peak.

The US Dollar Index struck a 2-week trough after the release of unexpectedly disappointing US labor data on Thursday.

Investor profit-taking sent the British pound to a 2-week trough versus the euro and a 1-week low against the greenback.

Ahead of a light trading day as a result of the Good Friday holiday in many countries across the globe, Asian markets are poised to move higher after upbeat factor data helped to shift sentiment toward higher risk assets.

The pound sterling moved higher against its two main rivals during London trade on Wednesday as Forex traders dismiss the latest economic news from the UK.

A shift in risk sentiment helped to push the US Dollar Index to a 4-month peak in the Asian trading session.

An unexpected drop in the February inflation report sent the pound sterling to a 7-week trough against the greenback.

A shift in risk appetite as a result of the growing concerns over the spread of the coronavirus in much of Europe pushed the US dollar broadly higher.

The pound sterling strengthen against the greenback and euro after concerns over the COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by AstraZeneca were dismissed by the UK government.

The greenback remained close to a 1-week trough as a safe-haven currency as investor sentiment shifted toward higher risk assets.