20th January 2017
On Thursday, the U.S. markets fell as traders are cautious ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration as the 45th president of the United States and amid uncertainty around Donald Trump's economic policies. Recently, Donald Trump has raised eyebrows for comments he's made.
19th January 2017
On Wednesday, the Greenback recovered after falling for five days in a row vs. a basket of major currencies as the U.S. consumer price index (CPI) increased by 0.3% last month. The CPI rose as much as 2.1%, the biggest year-on-year increase for more than a two-and-a-half-years.
18th January 2017
On Tuesday, Sterling pound raced higher vs. the Greenback and touched its highest level in 19 years, after Prime Minister Theresa May outlined her plan for a clean break between the UK and the EU. Theresa May, went against expectations, as she mentioned during her much-touted speech, that a clean break will take place and not a “hard-Brexit”.
17th January 2017
On Monday, the Sterling pound fell dramatically and hit its lowest levels since last October’s flash crash, over concerns that the UK Prime Minister Theresa May could signal plans to leave the EU’s single market to recover control of UK’s borders from immigrants
16th January, 2017
On Friday, the Greenback edged lower and experienced its worst week in two-months, despite strong data surrounding U.S. retail sales, which grew faster than estimate.