US housing up, but at slower pace

House prices in the US continued to rise in October, but at a slower rate for the second month in a row, according to Alpha Bank’s Cyprus Treasury bulletin. Despite the slowdown,

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US retail sales up 8.5% to Christmas

US retail sales were up 8.5% during the pre-Christmas period of November 1 to December 24, a period that included Black Friday and Thanksgiving, overshadowing worries of a fallout from Covid-19 on

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Corporate earnings to drive sentiment

By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM Asian shares were up Tuesday morning, drawing strength from the tech-driven Wall Street rally overnight. It seems like solid corporate earnings have soothed concerns

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Sterling whipsaws after BoE decision

By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM Policymakers voted unanimously to leave interest rates unchanged at the current record low of 0.1% while a majority (7-1) voted to maintain government bond

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Markets awaiting next catalyst

By Han Tan, FXTM Market Analyst The week started off fairly quietly in terms of price action as analysts and economists make sense of the monthly US jobs numbers while also focusing on this

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