The jitters are returning ahead of North American trading

US futures turn lower, dollar stays more bid as commodity currencies sink S&P 500 futures have turned lower, down by 0.5%, while Nasdaq futures have also pared its earlier advance (following a turnaround) to be down 0.7%.Invest in yourself. See our forex education hub. The jitters are still evident in the market as we await […]

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EUR/GBP breaks to fresh high since late September on Brexit jitters

EUR/GBP trades to its highest levels since 23 September The pair is posting fresh highs in over two months as the pound slides on the session on the back of more Brexit angst and jitters in trading this week. Cable is posting fresh lows for the week, nearing 1.3200 and EUR/GBP is seen gaining towards […]

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Gold Up, Poised for $1,900, on US Election Jitters, New Stimulus Hope

© Reuters. By Barani Krishnan Investing.com – Gold prices rose Friday, appearing poised to return to the key $ 1,900 level, as the safe haven crowd leveraged on uncertainty over next week’s U.S. election and that the winner will attempt to undertake a new major Covid-19 stimulus for the economy. New York-traded settled at $ […]

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ForexLive European FX news wrap: Dollar firms, risk jitters start to resurface

Forex news from the European trading session – 29 October 2020 Headlines: Markets: JPY leads, EUR lags on the day European equities lower; E-minis up 0.1% US 10-year yields up 0.3 bps to 0.774% Gold down 0.1% to $ 1,876.00 WTI down 4.1% to $ 35.87 Bitcoin down 0.5% to $ 13,142 It was a […]

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Asian stocks set to track U.S. gains but Hong Kong jitters weigh

By Imani Moise NEW YORK (Reuters) – Asian stocks were set to track Wall Street gains on Thursday as investors cheered signs the global economy was emerging from its coronavirus hibernation although trade is likely to be choppy as fresh concerns about Hong Kong keep investors cautious. Also adding to market apprehension is June U.S. […]

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Crude futures shed 14 cents to settle at $49.66 on oversupply jitters

© Reuters. OPEC extended production cuts for a period of nine-months through March 2018 last week Investing.com – Crude futures settled lower, as investors continued to question whether Opec and its allies’ agreement to only extend, but not deepen, production cuts would reduce excess supply while expectations for an uptick in Libyan oil output added […]

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