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New Zealand versus America – Who wins?

New Zealand versus America – Who wins?

New Zealand versus America - Who wins? New Zealand has had no new Coronavirus cases in the past 13 days. America is about to top 105,000 cases. New Zealand went hard and fast. The United States Is barely squashing the curve. New Zealand is in the phase were politicians are...

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Is there upside for the EUR/USD?

Is there upside for the EUR/USD?

Is there upside for the EUR/USD? The European Commission wants to borrow €750B to help European Nations less capitalized, pushing the EUR/USD higher. This is on the back Germany and France’s proposal for a €500B fund intended to be given as grants to poorer nations such as...

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Risk on prevails pushing stocks higher

Risk on prevails pushing stocks higher

Risk on prevails pushing stocks higher It is a firing start to the trading week as significant indices are in the green as risk on prevails. The SP500 reached a gain of 3%, breaching that psychological 3,000 mark. Although bears took some control near the end of the trading...

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Week ahead: GDP and Inflation

Week ahead: GDP and Inflation

Week ahead: GDP and Inflation It is a busy week ahead for the markets as the Coronavirus is still front and center. Oil is up 75% in the past month while tensions between the United States and China escelates. Traders and investors should take caution when entering into the...

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