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24 March 2017

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Markets Tense ahead of Delayed Healthcare Vote (news: 24/03/17)

The mounting anticipation ahead of the delayed healthcare vote later today has created an unnatural calm across the financial markets with investors adopting a cautious approach. Asian shares concluded mostly mixed during early trading on Friday amid the subdued trading mood with the loss of appetite for risk limiting gains in Europe. Wall Street could come under pressure with participants on standby ahead of a critical healthcare bill that will assess Trump's administration's ability to push through legislations. While Trump has threatened that without a vote to the healthcare bill he will move on to other agenda's, markets may interpret a potential failure today as something that could create some headwinds for the pending tax reforms and infrastructure spending.
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23 March 2017

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Exporters enjoying Brexit ‘sweet spot’ from weak pound, says Bank of England deputy Governor (news: 23/03/17)

Britain’s exporters are benefiting from an economic “sweet spot” because the pound is weak and there has not been any disruption from Brexit - but companies have also been warned that it might not last for long.
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22 March 2017

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South American Giant Brazil Tops Forex Deposits Index for January (news: 22/03/17)

The latest report from the Finance Magnates Intelligence Department shows that Latin America is the new bright spot on the global forex trading map. For the first time ever Brazil tops the forex industry’s average deposit ranking in January 2017.
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20 March 2017

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EUR to Focus on French Presidential Debate (news: 20/03/17)

Market volatility remains low across markets from equities to currencies and fixed-income as dealers and investors attempt to evaluate how sustainable the hopeful global economic recovery is.
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16 March 2017

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Interest rates stay on hold but rising inflation breaks the consensus at the Bank of England (news: 16/03/17)

Interest rates are to stay on hold again as the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee (MPC) voted to keep the base rate at 0.25pc.
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