Sari Holtz

Sari Holtz
Published articles: 134

About Sari Holtz

Sari Holtz began working at DailyForex in 2011 when she was hired to provide daily news analysis and to manage the daily content. Since then, she has continued to provide regular news items that focus on how political events impact the global economy. She also works directly with dozens of Forex brokers worldwide to ensure that they get their messages across and that traders can find the best broker for their individual needs.


Content and Partner Manager for DailyForex since January 2011

Education:
B.A. in Political Science from Stern College, New York City
M.A. in International Relations from Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Featured In:
Forbes, Medium, Vamoris Media, Target Marketing Magazine

Favorite assets to trade:
U.S. stocks



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Latest 10 Articles

Travel seems unlikely any time soon, but that doesn't mean there's nowhere to go! On July 28, 2020, both traders and industry professionals can join in one of the largest online trading shows,

Oil prices started the week higher on Monday, boosted by positive economic data that showed signs of global economic recovery even as the number of global coronavirus cases continues to rise across the globe.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed Q2 2020 at record highs, and oil prices had their best quarter in 30 years in Q2.

Global manufacturing took a huge hit in recent months as the global coronavirus pandemic kept both factories and stores closed.

The U.S. struggled on Friday afternoon in Asia, trading around 97.35 as of 1:58 p.m. HK/SIN. The greenback fell against the yen,

Multi-award winning Forex and CFD broker, Fondex, announces the opening of a new entity, Fondex Limited, along with the acquisition of a new license by the Seychelles Financial Services Authority (FSA SC).

Risky assets rallied and the euro traded near two-months highs on Monday as signs of economic recovery in China gave investors newfound hope that economic recovery will be possible on other parts of the world.

Across the United States economies are slowly starting to reopen.

The S&P 500 broke above its 200-day moving average on Tuesday and traded at less than a point below 3,000, a sign that a prolonged uptrend for the markets may be starting.

Oil prices were broadly higher on Tuesday afternoon in Asia as traders remained optimistic that continued economic reopening in countries around the world would increase demand