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The race for the White House is on, and running against the unconventional incumbent will be a huge task for the Democratic party’s nominee.
Last week Statistics New Zealand released the consumer price index figures.
On its latest monetary policy statement, the Bank of Japan decided to leave the cash rates unchanged at -0.1 percent, by a 7-2 majority vote
Last week ended up bringing positive data and good news for the yuan traders.
Last week the oil futures market saw December's rally effectively fade, despite being aided by the increasing tensions between the United States and Iran and the fears regarding a potential supply disruption in the market.
The EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) passed its third reading in the Commons last night. It will now be considered by the Lords, but even if they decide to try to amend it, with the size of the government’s majority in the Commons, the amendments will be rejected.
Just under a week ago, President Donald Trump authorised a drone strike near Bagdad airport which killed a senior Iranian general, Qaseem Suleimani.
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The repercussions of the US President’s decision to order a drone strike to kill a senior Iranian General near Bagdad airport are starting to be felt.
Last week the United States army assassinated Iranian leader Qasem Soleimani, who was the commander of the Quds force and a major general in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Markets are still yet to fully resume from the end of year holiday, so last week was relatively quiet from a trading perspective.
The first full trading session of the 2020s got off to a positive start, but many investors will have extended their end of year holidays
The final trading session for December and 2019 from the perspective of these reports has come and gone and with it the end of the second decade of the new millennium.
The final trading session for December and 2019 from the perspective of these reports has come and gone. It marks the end of the month, the quarter and the decade
Last week, the Bank of Japan decided to leave the cash rates unchanged at -0.1 percent, affirming that the Japanese economy will continue on a moderate growth path,