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By John Caiazzo | May 2, 2016
By John Caiazzo | April 18, 2016
By Nadia Simmons | March 24, 2016
Earlier today, official data showed that the U.K. rate of consumer price inflation increased by 0.3% in Feb, missing analysts’ forecasts.
By Anirban Nag, reuters | March 22, 2016
The yen and the Swiss franc rose while the euro fell on Tuesday after explosions in Brussels spurred flows into safe-haven currencies and assets.
By Matt Weller | March 17, 2016
By Nadia Simmons | March 17, 2016
Yesterday, the Fed announced that it had decided to leave the interest rates unchanged. However, this doesn’t mean that nothing changed. There was something that the Fed said that altered the outlook.
By John Caiazzo | March 14, 2016
By Matt Weller | March 14, 2016
By Patrick Graham, Reuters | March 10, 2016
The euro sank a full cent against the dollar on Thursday after the European Central Bank unveiled a raft of measures, many of them not expected by markets, to stimulate growth and inflation in the euro zone.
By John Caiazzo | February 22, 2016