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Yoshihide Suga wins ruling party's leadership vote

Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, a loyal aide to outgoing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, won a landslide victory in a ruling party leadership…

Japan's GDP suffers biggest postwar contraction

Japan’s economy sank deeper into contraction complicating further the job of the new prime minister that will succeed PM Abe. Household spending and…

FOMC minutes leave many questions unanswered

The US dollar recovered some of its recent losses after minutes from last month’s US Federal Reserve meeting gave no clear clues about whether an ev…

Euro reaches 18 months high

The dollar nursed losses against most currencies undermined by concern that Republicans and Democrats – unlike their European counterpar…

EU leaders brace for a long weekend of talks

EU leaders will today meet in person for the first time since February to try and settle their differences over a radical 750 billion-euro fun…

China returns to growth but retail sales dip

China’s economy returned to growth in the second quarter after a deep slump at the start of the year, but domestic consumption and inves…

USD finds traction despite rising coronavirus cases

Germany’s industrial production rebounded in May, rising by 7.8% on the month after falling 17.5% in April, in the latest sign that Euro…

EU member states to bridge differences with rebates

The S&P 500 jumped as much as 1.6% and Nasdaq set another record after non-farm payrolls showed 4.8 million jobs were added to the U.S. ec…

Record contraction in UK economy

Britain’s economy shrank by a record 20.4% in April from March as the country spent the month in a tight coronavirus lockdown, official…

FED to maintain asset-purchase programme and maintain rates near 0

The Federal Reserve gave assurances on its asset-purchase program and said rates are likely to remain near-zero through to 2022 as policymaker…

US FED meeting keeps markets on hold

The dollar fell against most currencies amid some speculation the U.S. Federal Reserve could take steps to curb a recent rise in bond yields i…

US indices rally while European indices suffer following disappointing data

The S&P 500 closed at a 15-week high recovering all of its 2020 losses and not a single stock in the index is down for the past 10 weeks.…

USD falls further as protests continue in the US

The USD fell against most currencies as prospects of more government stimulus and a global economic recovery emboldened investors to hold risk…

USD slumps while most indices headed for gains

Riots have hammered U.S. cities still recovering from lockdown, following the death of an unarmed black man in police custody in Minneapolis l…

Clashes expected within the EU regarding the new stimulus plan

European shares inched higher as investors focused on a fresh stimulus plan for the European Union. The aim is to help countries and sectors w…

Indices fall after growing US- China spat

Stocks in Asia Pacific fell as tensions between the U.S. and China come under further strain. China is poised to impose a new national securit…

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