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Most Asian Stocks Gain Modestly As Oil, US Dollar Find Floors

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Asian and Pacific stocks did good yesterday, mostly because oil prices consumed the costs and the USD got a bit stronger. Crude oil had been at four week low because of the US inventory gains, and there are still tensions between investors who keep one eye on North Korea. Then …

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Traders Wait For Gold Prices Next Breakout

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Gold prices seem to be consolidating after they’ve reached their 2017 high at $1,295.62 this week. Now, traders are planing their next moves. Please read the full news below: Talking Points: Traders Wait for Gold Prices Next Breakout Daily Resistance is Found at $1,292.50; Support $1,279.03 Looking for more trade …

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Gold Prices Rise as North Korea Tensions Keep Markets on Edge

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Tensions present in North Korea have led to an increase in price of gold. Stocks in Japan, one of the rare markets open during Easter Monday, have seemed to decline also as a result of the unsuccessful missile test in North Korea. Many investors are afrad of escalation between North …

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Euro on Edge During Holiday-Shortened Week Ahead of French Elections

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Today, the Euro is weaker compared to other major curriencies (but not the US Dollar!), and this is mostly due to unknowns before the French election. The elections are on April 23rd (the first round, at least) – and we are looking at Emmanuel Macron who leads if the French …

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US Dollar May Swiftly Recover from Trump-Induced Losses

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The US Dollar is declining in value when compared to most major currencies, especially in Asian and North American trade. This is all due to the US President Trump’s actions that are too strong. On the other hand the Aussie and New Zealand Dollars did great against the currencies in …

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Pound May Weaken on UK CPI, G7 News-Flow Threatens US Dollar

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UK CPI data shows an expected on-year inflation rate to be the same as before, 2.3%. Policymakers in the Bank of England have avoided hiking rates up as they’ve seen the growth spike past the Brexit referendum. Germany’s ZEW survey will probably not help the EURO long term, but might …

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