Ibeth Rivero

Ibeth Rivero
Published articles: 1369

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

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

linkedin ibeth.rivero@dailyforex.com


Latest 10 Articles

The General Services Administration informed President-elect Joe Biden that he can begin the formal transition process.

Brazil remains the third country in the world most infected by COVID-19, with more than 6,000,000 confirmed cases.

Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that forced the global economy into a recession, depressed the labor market and spiked total debt levels past sustainability, rating agencies slowly react.

The US dollar dropped by 0.39 percent last week against a bundle of its main competitors, giving up last week's gains and closing the week at the 92.32 level.

The US stock markets closed in mainly negative territory last week as the pandemic advances in the United States and despite continued hopes for an effective vaccine.

With the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic intensifying, more countries announced nationwide lockdowns to avoid the total collapse of an ill-equipped healthcare system that struggled with the seasonal influenza virus in addition to the coronavirus.

Since Pakistan lacks proper COVID-19 testing capabilities, the official statistics place the world’s fifth-most populous country further down the list than actual conditions warrant.

With the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic pushing Germany closer to a fourth-quarter recession, the implemented lockdown announced by Chancellor Merkel may extend

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa tried to drum up support for foreign direct investment during the third South Africa Investment Conference (SAIC).

So far this week, the Australian dollar has advanced against the US dollar, gaining 0.08 percent and continuing its three-week gaining streak, raising concerns about the appreciation of the US dollar.