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Fed cuts key rate in a sudden emergency move sending US indices to a fall

The U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates in an emergency move designed to shield the world’s largest economy from the impact of the c…

More stimulus measures expected from the G7 meeting

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde joined the growing voices asking for more stimulus echoing the U.S. Federal Reserve, the Ban…

Markets continue to fall but Chinese indices and the Euro bounce back

The International Monetary Fund is likely to downgrade its growth forecast as a result of the fast-spreading coronavirus which is likely to ha…

Gold slips on rare positive correlation with equities and USD

Financial markets continued their fall today as investors worry about the spread of the coronavirus which has now gripped countries all over t…

Germany’s manufacturers are being hit by a slowing world economy

Shrinking exports held back German economic activity in the fourth quarter of last year confirming that Europe’s largest economy was sta…

Coronavirus shuts down factories and conferences but markets register gains.

The coronavirus has continued to shut down some multinational factories in China threatening supply chains which could result in a supply shoc…

China to cut tariffs in half on some U.S. goods buoyed risk sentiment

World equity markets rallied for a fourth day with key stock indices touching fresh peaks as news that China plans to cut tariffs in half on some U.…

Second day of strength for Asian shares and the Australian Dollar.

The S&P 500 Index soared the most since August, up 1.5% and futures in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia all pointed higher, indicating a sec…

Rate cut in sight for Sterling while Japan maintains current course.

There is increased chatter that the Bank of England will cut interest rates this month as the UK economy shows signs of fatigue. Yesterday&rsq…

Shares tumble while oil and safe-haven assets shoot higher.

Asian shares tumbled while oil, safe-haven assets shot higher after Iran fired rockets at U.S.-led forces in Iraq, stoking fears of a wider co…

EU leaders mediating between the US and Iran while markets remain volatile.

Germany, Britain and France are working to keep talks with Iran over its 2015 nuclear agreement alive despite Tehran having all but torn up th…

Japanese GDP forecasts are downgraded. Sterling continues to reverse gains.

Japan’s government has revised its overall view on the economy for the fourth time this year due to a downgrade in its assessment of man…

Saudi Aramco becomes world's most valued company while polls tighten in the UK

Saudi Aramco shares opened 10% above their IPO price in their first day of trading following a record initial public offering (IPO). That give…

French industrial ouput grows ahead of protests while equity markets stay flat

French industrial output grew more than expected in October as car production and pharmaceuticals rebounded Industrial production rose 0.4% fr…

France-US dispute unsettles global indices while oil rises ahead of summit

The U.S. government said it will apply retaliatory tariffs of up to 100% on around 1.9 billion pounds worth of imports from France on Champagn…

Johnson heading to a majority in the UK elections and Trump signs Hong Kong law.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on course to win a majority of 68 in parliament at the Dec. 12 election, according to a model from pol…

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