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The Australian labor market continued to grow in July, as employers increased job creation for the fifth consecutive month.
Last week was a negative affair for the world’s major markets with all indexes making losses.
During the transactions of today, Thursday, August 10, 2017, the markets will focus on economic agenda’s data announcements.
Last week was a largely positive affair for the world’s major markets with all indexes making gains except for the Nasdaq.
During the transactions of today, Wednesday, August 2, 2017, the markets will focus on economic agenda’s data announcements, which usually creates changes in the price movements
Geopolitical tensions are heavily centred around the Middle Eastern region, particularly Iran.
During the transactions of Tuesday, August 1, 2017, the markets will focus on economic agenda’s data announcements, which usually creates changes in the price movements.
Last week was another mixed affair for the world’s major markets, it was also the final trading session for July for the purposes of these summaries.
The annual inflation rate in Australia slowed down unexpectedly during the 2nd quarter, an indication that the pressure on the cost was decreasing after a sharp shrinkage at the beginning of the year.
The sales of Existing Houses in the US dropped by 1.8% for June to an annual base of 5.52 million houses, from 5.62 million the previous month.
Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major markets. The Nikkei 225 ended the week’s trading down, just, by 0.09% to end the session at 20100.
The governor of ECB, Mario Draghi , along with other policy makers, are supposed to face a dilemma during the July rate decision meeting, where the bank is seeking to draw an exit path of the massive stimulation program in the absence of inflationary pressures.
European free-trade deals have finally awoken from their slumber, and Brussels is inking new agreements in challenge to Washington’s protectionist stance, writes FXTM Staff Writer, Samantha Robb.
The latest data from the American Petroleum Institute for the week ending on 14th July, showed an increment of 1.63 million barrels after a drop of 8.13 million barrels last week.
Eurozone sentiment indicator ZEW retreated slightly to 35.6 for the month of June from 37.7 in the previous month.