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By Gregor Horvat | March 23, 2016
By Matt Weller | March 22, 2016
By Jamie McGeever, Reuters | March 22, 2016
World stocks fell and safe-haven gold and government bonds rose on Tuesday after attacks on the airport and a rush-hour metro train in Brussels that triggered security alerts across western Europe.
By Gregor Horvat | March 18, 2016
The British GBPUSD is back in strong recovery mode this week; USD/CAD is trading sharply lower.
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 Matt Weller | March 15, 2016
The theme of today’s European session trade was undoubtedly risk aversion, with every major European equity bourse losing ground, bond yields generally rising, and oil losing another 2+% thus far.
By Gregor Horvat | March 14, 2016
By John Caiazzo | March 14, 2016
By Nigel Stephenson, Reuters | March 14, 2016
European shares followed Asian stocks higher on Monday, adding to gains chalked up after last week's stimulus package from the European Central Bank, while oil prices fell as Iran dashed prospects of a quick deal to freeze output.
By Gregor Horvat | March 9, 2016