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GBP climbs as BOE continues to play down negative rates expectations
World stock markets were fighting for a fourth day of gains on Thursday as a near one-year high in oil prices, a revitalized dollar and rising bond yields refocused attention on inflation and normalizing economies.
Pound rallies, Treasury yields are at one-year record high
Riskier currencies such as the GBP, NZD, and AUD skyrocketed to multi-year highs. 10-year Treasury yields rose to the highest level in almost a year. Oil tries to rebound from its previous week's losses.
USD strengthens, S&P 500 takes a break on Friday
Yesterday, S&P surged to the all-time high of 3960, driven by Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief bill. Today the stock index has taken a break. Meanwhile, the US dollar is edging higher today, pressing down its peers.
USD softened on Tuesday
The US is set to deliver $1.9 trillion stimulus. Nasdaq retreated after Monday’s deep slump. Oil dropped because of an attack on the crude terminal in Saudi Arabia.
Microsoft buys Discord, gold rises and other news
Microsoft is planning to buy Discord. Gold is climbing up. Besides, Fed's Powell will testify today. Jump in for fresh trading ideas!
Gold reversed from dips ahead Biden's speech
US President Joe Biden is expected to unveil a huge infrastructure package today, which will add fresh volatility to markets. Read to get fresh trade ideas!
Coinbase, banks' earnings, and Australian labor data
What's moving markets on Thursday? Jump in and you'll get the full market wrap!
USD Rallies ahead of Inflation Rate
Traders await the US Inflation Rate report today at 15:30 GMT+3. jump in to get trade ideas for EUR/USD, gold, and USD/JPY!
Risk-on mood gains momentum before NFP
Asia-Pac stocks traded higher as regional bourses took their cues from the fresh all-time highs on Wall Street.
Rise of NZD, dovish Fed, and stocks indices' sell-off
Stock indices S&P 500 and Nasdaq are falling for seven days in a row. The New Zealand dollar skyrocketed to almost two-years highs. Fed’s Powell held a meeting yesterday and said that the central bank wouldn’t tight its easing policy anytime soon.