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Exchange4free Global Forex Report (11/10/2017)

Exchange4free Global Forex Report (11/10/2017)
USD The USD initially had a positive reaction against a basket of currencies following President Donald Trump's tax reform plans. One key change in the proposal includes a cut in the corporate tax rate - coming down from 35% to 20% (initially the pr...
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Exchange4free Global Forex Report (13/09/2017)

Exchange4free Global Forex Report (13/09/2017)
USD The weak USD is benefitting almost every other currency. The weaker USD price looks to be igniting some real positives in the global economy. Growth is up as businesses seem to be shaking off some of the deflationary mind-set that has plagued th...
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Exchange4free Global Forex Report (06/09/2017)

Exchange4free Global Forex Report (06/09/2017)
USD Political tension continued to rise between the US and North Korea following the potential for yet another missile test in North Korea this coming weekend. The US has threatened the Peninsula with further sanctions as an alternative to weaponry c...
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Exchange4free Global Forex Report (30/08/2017)

Exchange4free Global Forex Report (30/08/2017)
USD A hot topic of conversation over the last week has been the tension build up between the USA and its allies with North Korea; with the most recent development involving Japan (North Korea fired a missile over Japan). According to North Korean o...
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Exchange4free Global Forex Report (23/08/2017)

Exchange4free Global Forex Report (23/08/2017)
USD All are waiting in anticipation for the speeches to come at the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium which starts this Friday. Representatives from over 40 countries’ central banks will be attending this annual gathering. Federal Reserve Chair,...
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Exchange4free Global Forex Report (16/08/2017)

Exchange4free Global Forex Report (16/08/2017)
USD The US Dollar gained some much needed strength yesterday. This following better than expected retail sales figures for July. The figure came in at a 0.6 percent rise, versus the expected 0.3 percent. The figures for the previous 2 months were als...
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