Over the last 18 months, governments have printed an unbelievably large amount of money. And while these measures help the economy to rise and thrive, the consequences can be severe for everyone.
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USD/CAD is at its lowest level since July. What was the reason?
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Many traders have added EV stocks such as Tesla and Apple to their investment portfolios amid the clean energy trend.
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Less than a week ago we heard a lot of dovish statements from BOJ Gov Kuroda. What is happening with Japan’s economy and are the dark times beginning for JPY? It’s time to find out!
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XAU/USD looks weak. Will it keep falling? Let's find out!
A combo of strong demand and poor supply has sent oil prices to the high unseen since 2018. Gas is at record highs as well.
On Thursday, September 23, shares of Carnival had jumped a solid 3% after the cruise line announced it is on track to have 50% of its fleet sailing again by October, and 65% by the end of the year. So what? Read the article to find out!
It’s unbelievable but China’s government prohibited all transactions with cryptocurrencies.
The Bank of England has announced an important decision which sent GBP/USD up by over 1000 points.