Ibeth Rivero

Ibeth Rivero
Published articles: 1590

About Ibeth Rivero

Ibeth contributes daily market commentary in both English and Spanish (both of which she speaks fluently) and she also manages the DailyForex mobile app to ensure that traders around the world are getting important market updates in real time.


Daily Market Commentator and Assistant Content Manager at DailyForex since 2018

Professional Experience:
Ibeth is excited to start her career as part of the DailyForex team

Education:
BA in economics from the Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla, Colombia



linkedin ibeth.rivero@dailyforex.com

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Latest 10 Articles

Chinese real estate company Evergrande failed to reach an agreement to sell a part of its services unit to the company Hopson Development Holdings.

In the case of the UK, energy and food prices are the main factors that are pushing up the cost of living, and they're expected to increase further in the coming winter months.

Many factories had to stop producing because of energy shortages, linked to surging coal prices.

The economy and the labor market are expected to fully recover next year.

The United Kingdom economy has been recovering, though the spread of the delta variant, together with higher-than-expected inflation levels, have put the recovery process at risk.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said that there may be a catastrophe if the Senate is unable to reach an agreement regarding the debt ceiling.

German producers have been claiming that production is being constrained by supply chain disruptions.

The bank also announced that it is considering removing more monetary policy stimulus measures, depending on the employment and inflation outlook.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently granted extensions on the applications of four Bitcoin ETFs, changing their deadlines from November to December.

According to data released by the Swiss Federal Statistical Office, the Consumer Price Index stood at 0% in September (month-on-month), below expectations of 0.2% and August’s 0.2%.