No letting up

By Craig Erlam We’re in for another day of risk-off trade, with parts of Asia recording heavy losses and Europe opening on the backfoot. Fear of tightening-induced recessions has wiped out the

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Caution prevails as investors on edge

By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM European stocks crept higher on Tuesday, rebounding after a rocky start to the trading week as investors remained jittery over rising interest rates and

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No clipping hawks’ wings

By Moody’s Analytics If there was any doubt that the Federal Reserve was serious about taming inflation, it should be gone after the September meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee as

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A wild 24 hours

By Craig Erlam Stock markets aren’t faring too badly on Thursday, which is surprising considering how eventful the last 24 hours have been. While the Fed’s hawkish rate hike is probably the

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Bracing for Fed’s next moves

By Han Tan, Chief Market Analyst at Exinity Group All eyes are on the Fed’s incoming policy signals due later Wednesday, with US interest rates set to be raised to their highest

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Markets cautious ahead of Fed meeting

By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM   European shares edged cautiously higher on Tuesday as investors braced for a busy trading week, jampacked with central bank decisions and headlined by the

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A turbulent week ahead

By Craig Erlam    It’s been a volatile start to the week which is unlikely to abate considering what’s to come over the next few days. Central banks are lining up to

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Nerves ahead of US inflation

By Craig Erlam We aren’t seeing much change in Europe ahead of the open on Tuesday after a broadly positive session in Asia as China, Hong Kong and South Korea returned following

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Risk rebound continues

By Craig Erlam European stocks were off to a positive start on Monday, following a relatively muted day in Asia amid bank holiday closures in China, Hong Kong and South Korea. UK

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