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Singapore Dollar, USD/SGD Outlook: Virus Stimulus Package

How does the Virus Stimulus Package, MAS Eyed affect the Singapore Dollar, USD/SGD outlook? On the real view, there is not much to worry about. If you are a person that owns a business and is quite well-informed about your market in Singapore, you would be aware of the following. The South East Asian Monetary
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Dow, S&P to Support as FOMC Launches a Bazooka But Will it Work?

Is the Federal Reserve’s “three arrows”bazooka” plan to revive the economy working? Yes, they do have some influence, but they won’t be able to have a significant impact on interest rates for months to come. But do they make sense? The only way for the Federal Reserve to get real inflation and real value for
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US Dollar Analysis Ahead of Nonfarm Payrolls: What to Expect?

US Dollar Analysis Ahead of Nonfarm Payrolls: What to Expect? To keep your businesses profits high, it is very important that you first identify what type of currency is likely to be prevailing during your next payroll period. Retail sales are most definitely influenced by inflation. Inflation is a process of raising the value of
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Canadian Dollar Rises on GDP Beat, Exports Flash Warning

Can the Canadian Dollar continue to rise after it has been a surprise throughout the year? The answer is yes, and economists believe that once you see the oil price jump and so many economic and stock news indicators that the currency is overbought. This can happen when many investors are short the currency, so
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Gold Price Eyes Monthly High as Bearish Momentum Abates

What are the latest indicators of the Gold Price? Looking at the charts it’s obvious that there is some movement in price, but the actual price is only moving up and down. The truth is that prices have not moved significantly in price for a long time, that makes this a bearish moment for Gold.
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Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: XRP/USD May Re-Test 2019 High

A Ripple (XRP) price analysis can go for years if they’re not a wise move. As we know, Ripple is a new form of Digital Asset, a part of the RippleNet (RippleNet.com) network of payment providers. The Ripple network, its currency and protocol are being evaluated and some of its claims are attracting some serious
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Gold Prices and Yen Rise on Coronavirus Fears, Iraq Attack

Is it time to panic over the ongoing gold prices and yen rise? Let’s take a look at why this is happening, how gold and the price of gold play a role in deciding how our future unfolds and what we can do to keep ourselves safe. We are just now hearing about the latest
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Euro Price Outlook: EUR/USD Tests Support, ECB on Deck

A Europe Price Outlook: EUR/USD Test Support! While other traders have seen the January Gains and are now looking for a dip to lower, the following chart reveals the next break. Be alert and buy now before the other currency traders sell! Sell if: So what if they sell now? There is just so much
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London Stocks at Risk From UK-EU Trade Talks

Could the UK-EU trade deal damage UK Stocks? Well, it’s hard to say. For starters, the EU has long claimed that its initial plans for a Trade Agreement (TPA) with the UK were not overly detailed. In other words, the initial trade deal seemed to leave a lot of the playing field to the UK’s
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Australian Dollar Forecast: Key AUD/USD Levels to Watch

In the forthcoming US presidential election it will be interesting to see which candidate’s economic policy will take on which number of AUD/USD levels. In the charts above, I have outlined five key points that I believe all the candidates will have to deal with. Chart One: Historical Candlestick Chart to Assess Historical Candlestick Measurements
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Australian Dollar Steady as China Industrial Profits Return To Growth

The Australian dollar can act as the foreign exchange markets favorite liquid China economy proxy given Australia’s close export links to the world’s second largest economy. It should end at 95 cents in 2013 before sliding to 88 cents throughout 2014. There are four major reasons why the Australian dollar has been falling, with many
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Global Economic Weakness Should Damage the Oil Price, So Why Didn’t It?

Quantitative easing is a kind of non-traditional means of stimulating the economy. To begin with, mounting indications of financial weakness in China and a string of uncharacteristic policy stumbles there still raise concerns about the total health of the worldwide economy. This weakness is largely visible in the dangerously significant quantities of stocks making new
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NZD/USD Rises after Upbeat GDP Report Tampers RBNZ Cut Odds

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Gold Price Holds Support Zone as Trump Negotiates Phase Two Trade Deal

The amount of gold is volatile and could be impacted by a range of factors, for instance, worldwide gold supply and demand and investors’ expectations with regard to the rate of inflation. While the present price of gold has just dipped below the $1,250 per ounce mark, the market might easily earn a comeback within