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  • Did the US unemployment rate decline because people didn’t want to work?

    Higher-than-expected gains in the US initial unemployment claims in June pare down optimism regarding the jump in May payrolls.

  • BOE Injects A Further £100 Billion, Discusses Negative Rates

    APF Increases to £745 Billion The Bank of England yesterday stepped up its fight against the economic downturn occurring as a result of the COVID-19 lockdowns. The BOE announced an additional £100 billion in purchases to be made as part of its quantitative easing program. With this new addition, the BOE’s Asset Purchase Facility (APF) […]

  • The Friday Forex Takeaway – Episode 39

    Key Points from This Week Fed Calls for More Support Fed chairman Powell called on the government to offer further support during a testimony to Congress this week. Echoing his message at the June FOMC, Powell warned that the recovery process in the US will be a very long one and noted a great deal […]

  • Daily Commodity Outlook, June 19  2020 

    Asian stock market went higher on Friday as the market is looking to end this week in gains.U.S. stock market ended mixed on Thursday night as Jobless claims data disappointed to act as a damper in early U.S. trading, but the upbeat Philadelphia Fed survey for June provided support for the stock market. U.S. and […]

  • Daily Market Outlook, June 19, 2020 

    Daily Market Outlook, June 19, 2020  Markets exhibited a cautious tone in Asia with the equity market mixed but broadly higher over the week. There were continuing concerns about rising coronavirus cases in Latin America as well as a potential second wave of infections in parts of the US and China. Investors also digested yesterday’s […]

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, CHFJPY Daily Outlook 19-06-20

    Catch up on all the latest updates on global markets by following Tickmill’s Investing Diva Daily Market Outlook.