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Forex Fundamental Analysis
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Philip Hammond, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his budget speech yesterday.
It is the sovereign right of the UK to decide to leave the European Union. No authority in the world has any power to force the UK to remain in the bloc against its wishes.
Angela Merkel’s attempts to form a government following September’s general election have sustained a potentially fatal setback.
Last week was another negative affair for the world’s major markets with all but the Nasdaq losing ground.
You could be forgiven for thinking that if the number of people who are employed declines then the number of unemployed people must have risen (unless they all retired, or died, of course).
The Japanese economy is the third largest in the world behind the USA and China.
Brexit means Brexit; bespoke deal; best possible deal; unique and close relationship; customs union that mirrors the existing one; frictionless trade;
Last week was a negative affair for the world’s major markets with all but the Nikkei losing ground.
To coin a phrase, “It isn’t over until the fat lady sings” and that sentiment certainly applies to Brexit. Lord Kerr, the architect of Article 50 to the Treaty of Lisbon, has again reiterated that the process can be stopped until the UK actually leaves the EU.
Post Brexit Britain needs to take notice of the comments and sub-text of Donald Trump and his administration about trade between friends and rivals.
It is fair to note that the aspirational phrase “ever closer union” has caused a lot of distress in certain quarters in EU member states with a number of people equating it to mean that the EU seeks to become a European super state
In what had been a long-foreshadowed move, the Bank of England took the first tiny step towards normalising monetary policy on Thursday by making a 0.25% increase in its base lending rate.
Last week was another positive affair for the world’s major markets with all making ground.
It had been anticipated that Eurozone growth for Q3 2017 would come in at 0.5% over Q2. In the event, Eurostat have issued an initial evaluation of growth within the 19 states that use the single currency at 0.6%; a little above expectations
According to a survey conducted on behalf of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), retail sales on British high streets saw their worst rate decline in eight years in October.