Ibeth Rivero

Ibeth Rivero
Published articles: 1515

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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There are fears that inflation will be persistent, which will push the Federal Reserve to reconsider its ultra-loose monetary policy stance.

In monthly terms, the GDP rose by 2.1% in March, higher than expectations of 1.4% and the previous month's 0.7% increase.

Monthly retail sales were mostly driven upwards by the fact that sales at restaurants and cafes hit a record high.

The recession is practically over now that the majority of the Eurozone economies are reopening and consumer spending is expected to grow significantly.

Bitcoin has been suffering from strong volatility, mainly due to fears against potential regulation efforts from different governments.

The Reserve Bank of Australia just announced its decision to leave cash rates unchanged at 0.1 percent, in line with analysts' expectations.

According to data released by the Federal Statistical Office of Germany, retail sales rose by 11% in March (year-on-year), against expectations of 3.1% and the previous month's 6.6%.

As its vaccination campaign advances, the Eurozone economic sentiment rose during this month to 110.3 points, against last month’s 100.9.

Bitcoin rose by 1.74% against the US dollar yesterday, closing the session at the 55,044.0 level and gaining ground for the second consecutive day, after advancing by 10.15% in the previous session.

The Bank of Japan announced its decision to keep the cash rate unchanged at 0.1%, in line with expectations.