Sari Holtz

Sari Holtz
Published articles: 91

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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Favorite assets to trade:
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Latest 10 Articles

Fondex reassures its clients that they can continue to trade under the same conditions experienced so far, without any limitations or amendments.

Data out in the United Kingdom on Thursday showed that British retail sales did not grow at all in February,

Despite measures from the U.S. government to bailout the country’s economy, the U.S. dollar still shows potential for significant volatility in the coming days

Cryptocurrency prices have surged in the past 24 hours, adding some $14 billion in value to the cryptocurrency markets,

President Donald Trump’s flamboyant $1-trillion+ coronavirus relief bill failed to pass in the Senate on Sunday,

Economists polled by Reuters believe that the global recession has already started, reports published on Friday revealed.

On Wednesday the price of Brent crude fell to $26.01 per barrel its lowest level since September 2003.

The U.S. dollar hit fresh highs against the Australian and New Zealand dollars on Thursday as traders sought cash due to continued coronavirus panic.

The United States has enjoyed historically low unemployment rates in recent years, but Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin warned Republican senators

With millions of people of people forced to stay home around the world, mental depression has a good chance of sneaking its way into the global psyche.