Bank of Canada Raises Rate and Hints for One More Hike This Year 0

New Zealand Dollar triggers to sale-off in the last week of June after the lower than expected trade balance. The commodity currency fell against all the major G10 currencies, and it includes the Canadian Dollar as well. It is ironical

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Pound Turns Weak after Wage Growth Slows Down 0

As per the wage data recently published by UK Office for National Statistics, it was stated that the average weekly earnings increased by 1.8% from March through May as compared with last year. However, it is in line with the

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‘Bond Connect’ Scheme Launched by China-Hong Kong 0

The historical ‘Bond Connect’ scheme was launched on 3rd July 2017 by Honk Kong and China. It is a landmark scheme that links up China’s bond market with overseas investors. Under this right scheme, the foreign investors will be able to

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Blackberry Turns Bearish after Missing Revenue Estimates of Q1 2018 0

Blackberry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY) which is an enterprise software company reported a net gain in the 1st quarter of the fiscal year 2018 as compared to the loss experienced during the same period last year. It is interesting to note

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Greenback Turns Weak after Dovish Outlook of the Fed 0

For the past six months, the Mexican currency Peso has been on the tear against US Dollar. In the year 2017, Peso turns out to be the best performing currency with an appreciation of approximately 20 percent. The less corrosive

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BMW 3 Series to Challenge the Tesla’s Model 3 0

In our market report conducted on May 30th, we talked about the record deliveries (25,051) made by electric car manufacturer Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) in Q1 and the intense demands for its solar panels. In addition to this, we also

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