Sari Holtz

Sari Holtz
Published articles: 50

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

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

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Latest 10 Articles

Global markets headed broadly lower on Monday, following a decline started last week that was compounded when new cases of the deadly coronavirus were discovered across the globe

The death toll for those hit by the China-born coronavirus surged to 17 on Wednesday, from 11 earlier in the week, sending ripples of concern across the globe.

Only hours before his impeachment trial was set to begin, U.S. President Donald Trump addressed an eager crowd at the 50th annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Illness is unpleasant, and often dangerous, and it can cause people, medical professionals, and the World Health Organization to be concerned, for a variety of reasons.

Oil prices touched their highest levels in more than a week on Monday after Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced that two big oilfields were shutting down

The signing of “phase 1” of the U.S.-Sino trade deal on Wednesday has allowed traders and analysts worldwide to breathe a sigh of relief.

The Federal Reserve announced on Tuesday its plans to conduct repurchase agreement operations (repo operations) until at least mid February, extending the program that has been in place since September.

The full details of “phase 1” of the U.S.-Sino won’t be released until Wednesday, but some details have been released to the press.

After a week of focusing their attention on the tensions between the United States and Iran, traders and analysts around the world have shifted their attention back to the trade war

Asian stock markets were broadly higher on Thursday afternoon, reversing two days of a downtrend earlier this week as fears of a war between the United States and Iran eased.