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USOil has already covered near to 70% of the last selloff’s losses.... [More]
EU decided to close its external borders for 30 days starting from today to fight the coronavirus spread as the EU is the heart of the outbreak.... [More]
Trump agree with Macron to avoid trade tensions, BOJ improves its forecasts, CNY depreciates... [More]
Bank of Japan, Bank of England, Central Bank of Sweden and Central Bank of Norway monetary meetings... [More]
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3rd rate cut by the FED... [More]
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Two out ten FOMC members favored a no rate cut decision. The majority of the FOMC proceeded with a 2... [More]
On Tuesday, Bank of Japan is having its monetary meeting, on Wednesday it is the turn of the FED and... [More]
On the last day of the week, the focus turns to the PMI releases. The week has been characterized by... [More]

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