Ibeth Rivero

Ibeth Rivero
Published articles: 278

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

Latest 10 Articles

Global uncertainty is on the rise; ranging from the UK election next week and the impact it may have on Brexit, to the stalled US-China phase-one trade deal and fresh tariffs

After the USD/ZAR contracted into its support zone, bullish momentum started to recover and pushed this currency pair above the top range of its support zone.

Following the rejection in the EUR/AUD by its resistance zone as well as its ascending 61.8 Fibonacci Retracement Fan Retracement Level, more downside is likely to follow.

While the long-term fundamental outlook for the NZD/USD remains bullish, the current advance may be in for a pause before it can resume.

The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe just announced a stimulus plan with the purpose of aiding the Japanese economy.

Ethereum reversed its advance and the bearish environment remains dominant; cryptocurrency traders should expect more downside to follow.

Economic data out of the US continues to disappoint and paints a weaker-than-priced-in economy.

As the Bank of Canada kept interest rates unchanged at 1.75%, in a move widely expected by markets, the Canadian Dollar rallied; according to the central bank, the global economic expansion remains intact.

Bitcoin continues to struggle and the overall bearish environment remains in place.

Australian retail sales for October disappointed and exports for October unexpectedly plunged, confirmed that global trade remains weaker than what markets have priced in.