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Europe roundup: Sterling trims gains as EU rejects britain’s free trade on financial services proposal, Euro rallies on upbeat CPI figures, markets eye Federal Open Market Committee policy outcome – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Europe roundup: Sterling trims gains as EU rejects britain’s free trade on financial services proposal, Euro rallies on upbeat CPI figures, markets eye Federal Open Market Committee policy outcome – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 Market Roundup Brazil Dec unemployment rate decrease to 11.8 % (forecast 11.9 %) vs previous 12 …

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NZD/USD resumes upside after brief consolidation, eyes 0.7435, good to long dips

 NZD/USD resumes upside after brief consolidation, eyes 0.7435, good to long dips NZD/USD pauses at minor trendline resistance at 0.7393, intraday bias higher. The pair was extending consolidation after hitting 4-month market high of 0.7436 last week. Price action has now resumed upside as markets brush aside Chinese PMI disappointment. …

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Asia roundup: Aussie eases on soft inflation figures, Dollar index slumps ahead of Federal Open Market Committee policy decision, Asian shares off record highs – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Asia roundup: Aussie eases on soft inflation figures, Dollar index slumps ahead of Federal Open Market Committee policy decision, Asian shares off record highs – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 Market Roundup Trump pushes hardline immigration policies even as he urges unity China NBS Jan mfg PMI 51.3 (vs f’cast 51.5, …

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Japanese Govt. Bonds gain despite jump in industrial production; investors eye 10-year auction

Japanese Govt. Bonds gain despite jump in industrial production; investors eye 10-year auction Japanese government bonds gained even as the country’s industrial output grew in December at the fastest pace in eight months, and up for a third straight month, in a sign that its humming factories have likely driven …

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South Korean WON falls in early Asia as industrial output, service sector output data fail to match expectations

 South Korean WON falls in early Asia as industrial output, service sector output data fail to match expectations EUR/KRW is currently trading around 1,329 mark. Pair made intraday high at 1,330 and low at 1,328 levels. Intraday bias remains bullish till the time pair holds key support at 1,320 mark. …

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