Month: September 2021

Australia retail sales slide in August, but relief in sight

SYDNEY, Sept 28 (Reuters) – Australian retail sales dived for a third straight month in August as half the population were trapped in coronavirus lockdowns, though reopening is in sight as vaccinations race toward world-beating levels. Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Tuesday showed retail sales fell 1.7% in August to A$29.3 billion […]
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U.S. dollar rises, lifted by higher Treasury yields

NEW YORK/LONDON (By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss, Ritvik Carvalho-Reuters) -The U.S. dollar gained for a second straight session on Monday, bolstered by the rise in Treasury yields ahead of a slew of Federal Reserve speakers this week who could reinforce expectations of the start of asset purchase tapering before the end of the year. U.S. benchmark 10-year […]
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Dollar climbs as Evergrande uncertainty percolates

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The dollar rose on Friday and was poised for its third straight week of gains against a basket of major currencies, as uncertainty over beleaguered Chinese property developer Evergrande helped the greenback bounce back from a sharp decline in the prior session. China Evergrande Group owes $305 billion and has run […]
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3 Tips on Trading Psychology

At least there are some trading psychology tips that traders must master if they want to be successful in forex. That being emotional is very human, but it can lead to negative trading results, and should really be avoided. Although it is possible to master all trading psychology tips, some negative effects can appear in […]
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