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The Chinese yuan printed a fresh multi-month low on Friday amid heighten worries about the stability of the Chinese economy and the potential negative effects of the trade war with the US. The offshore rate fell as much as 0.65% with ...
As the economy is giving signs of recovery, the South African Central Bank (SARB) is expected to maintain its Repo rate unchanged during today’s monetary policy meeting. Chairman of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell positive views for...
Cryptocurrencies surged across the board on Tuesday evening as Bitcoin crossed the $7,000 threshold for the first time in the last four weeks. During the Asian session, the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation hit $7,543 as...
The New Zealand dollar surged unexpectedly on Tuesday morning with NZD/USD hitting $0.6841, the highest level since July 7th. However, the day had badly start for the Kiwi as headline inflation, which was released a few hours earlier,...
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