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Chart of the day NAS100 09.09.2020

Nasdaq 100 was down 4.8%, 11% off its record set last Wednesday. A sell-off in US tech-shares triggered another fall for the technology index as the big n…

Britain to override the Withdrawal Agreement if no deal

Britain warned the European Union that it could effectively override the withdrawal agreement it signed unless the bloc agrees to a free trade deal by Oct…

Chart of the day: NAS100 04.09.2020

The Nasdaq Composite sank 5%, its largest decline since March, losing about $730 billion in total value. It had gained in 11 of the last 13 sessions despi…

US indices suffer sharp decline

US indices fell sharply yesterday registering their biggest fall since June as the number of Americans filing for unemployment fell more than expected but…

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…

SPX500 and Nasdaq reach record highs

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite set records soon after yesterday’s opening bell, helped by reported strong sales growth of major US retailers,…

US banning transactions on popular Chinese apps

Negotiations on a virus relief package for the US ended Thursday night with the White House and Democrats making no headway on resolving their…

FX majors gain against the USD

Gold continued to new records but gave back some of the gains after almost two weeks of climbing as some traders took profits helping the US d…

China retaliates by closing US consulate in Chengdu

Euro zone business activity bounced back to growth in July as more parts of the economy that were locked down to curtail the spread of the cor…

Euro reaches 18 months high

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

Stock markets in Europe surged to their highest in over four months

EU leaders agreed to co-finance their economies by managing to reach a compromise which saw grants to finance low-carbon activity and health c…

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…

US and China add odds over the South China Sea

The Trump administration rejected Beijing's expansive maritime claims in the South China Sea, reversing a previous policy of not taking si…

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…

Sterling suffers as the city of Leicester is put under lockdown

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell stressed the importance of keeping the coronavirus contagion contained as the U.S. economy bounces back fr…

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