The US Dollar moved higher against the Euro during London trade on Wednesday, boosted by talk of a possible deal to put an end to the U.S.-Sino trade rift
Profits for industrial firms in China contracted at their fastest pace in eight months in October, data out on Wednesday showed
ING Group Economist Timme Spakman highlighted the current concerning state of world trade, detailing several factors that are behind this situation.
A new poll which suggests that the lead held by the UK's Conservative Party seems to be narrowing has resulted in a loss for the Pound against the Dollar.
Asian stock benchmarks extended Monday’s winning streak for the most part on Tuesday after reports were released that a phone call took place
The Pound Sterling gained ground against the greenback and finally moved its way past a 10-day trough on news that the UK's Conservative Party
The ECB Chief Economist Philip Lane claimed that despite the Bank's policies are in "good shape" rate cuts should not be ruled out for the future.
Asian stock benchmarks surged on Monday afternoon in Asia after the pro-democracy camp won a shocking victory in Hong Kong’s district council elections
This week has considerably less important data due than last week, with no real central bank input due at all, and few major economic data releases scheduled.
The US Dollar managed to hold onto recent gains against the Japanese Yen though FX traders grow wary of so-called progress in the US-China trade talks
The British pound has been trading lower for the past two days, but the losses were snapped on Thursday as Brits wait for an election manifesto from the opposition Labour Party
Oil futures closed higher on Wednesday after data out of the U.S. showed that crude supplies increased for the fourth consecutive week
In its recently released biannual stability assessment, the European Central Bank claimed that the biggest financial vulnerabilities the Eurozone is facing are a traditional banking sector
Sterling was lower against the US Dollar and flat against the Euro during the London trading session on Wednesday.
Despite rumors and reports that “phase 1” of the trade deal between the U.S. and China is progressing nicely the negotiations seem to have taken a nosedive