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By Matt Weller | February 26, 2016
By Jamie McGeever, Reuters | February 23, 2016
By David Milliken, Huw Jones, Ana Nicolaci da Costa, William Schomberg and Andy Bruce, Reuters | January 26, 2016
By Matt Weller | January 14, 2016
By Jemima Kelly, Reuters | December 29, 2015
By FXHQ.com | September 17, 2015
The Dow Jones was up 15 points at 11:20 a.m. EST on Thursday as markets and traders cautiously prepare for a policy decision today from the Federal Reserve at 2 p.m. The S&P was flat, while the Nasdaq added a lackluster 9.7 points.
By Andrew Wilkinson | September 19, 2014
the close shave for British Prime Minister David Cameron is likely to open up questions about the future of national politics. The turnout for Thursday’s poll at around 85% was tremendous.
By Andrew Wilkinson | June 24, 2014
The pound eased from $1.7020 ahead of testimony to the House of Commons treasury select committee to $1.6980 and also pared its recent advance against the euro currency.
By Greg Adamsick | June 16, 2014
No matter what your stance may be on the ultimate onset of monetary tightening around the world, the UK example shows that there are many ways of trading these changes.
By Matt Weller | May 23, 2014
Diverging Inflation Outlooks Could Prompt Opposite Actions from Fed and ECB.