Sari Holtz

Sari Holtz
Published articles: 175

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

 


linkedin sari.h@dailyforex.com

 

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The Turkish lira fell to 10.24 against the U.S. dollar, a decline of more than 1.7 percent on Tuesday alone.

The prices of popular digital currencies Bitcoin and Ethereum soared to new highs on Monday evening, with BTC touching above its previous record of $67,700.

The world's richest man has asked the Twitterverse whether or not he should offload some of his Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock in order to aggregate his impending tax bill.

The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that it will begin winding down its massive stimulus plan later this month by cutting back its bond purchases by $15 billion per month.

Wheat prices soared to 9-year highs on Tuesday morning thanks to global supply issues and strong demand.

The Bank of Canada announced on Wednesday that it will be ending its quantitative easing policies and stopping the purchases of new bonds, though it will not increase interest rates just yet.

Oil prices touched their highest levels since 2014 on Tuesday due to a global supply glut and strong demand from the U.S.

European stock markets opened broadly higher on Tuesday, following Monday's momentous US trading session which saw the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting all-time highs, moves that indicated the bullish run is likely to continue despite supply chain issues and inflation fears.

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