GBP/NZD Pair Rally after Rate Hike by BoE

The GBP/NZD currency pair has been on the uptrend since October 15 where it has gained 1,000 pips to reach 1.9330 levels. Pound signals uptrend after a rise in inflation due to the rate hike announced by the Bank of

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Australian Banks to Offer Low-Cost Loans and Mortgage Deals

Recently, the Government of Australia submitted its report of the independent review of Small Amount Credit Contracts or SACCS. In this report, the treasury department has passed a new regulation in which banks are pressurised to offer better deals on

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Coke Q3 Results Beats Analysts Estimate with 3% Revenue Growth

In the Q3 results of the fiscal year 2017, the well-known soft drink brand Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) beat the expectation of the market analysts. This carbonated drinking company was able to achieve this feat after an increase in the

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3.1% GDP Growth in Q3 Makes Greenback Stronger

In our report published on January 8, 2018, we had forecasted the US Dollar to rally against the Yen due to inflation data and strong retail sales. Additionally, we also recommended our traders to purchase a LONG position in USD/JPY

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GE Stocks at 12 Month Low and Misses Q3 EPS Estimate

General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) stocks have dipped to the 12-months low figure of $22.10 after reporting a year on year decline in Q3 earnings of the fiscal year 2017. The company has missed the estimates of the analysts by

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Strong Economic Data Supports EUR/JPY Rally in Current Week

In our report published on December 28, 2017, we had predicted the EUR/JPY currency pair to decline and recommended traders to open a short position near 132.60 levels. We also advised traders to buy a put option to make a

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Euro Turns Weak after a Dovish Stance by ECB

In the past week, the EUR/NZD currency pair rose by 500 pips to trade at 1.7040 levels. The New Zealand Dollar turned weak due to drop in the dairy products price. On the other hand, Euro was on the uptrend

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