By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar edged higher in early European trade Thursday, amid cautious trading with traders looking towards key U.S. inflation data and an ECB meeting for...
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By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar weakened in early European trading Thursday, remaining near to multi-week lows, with the euro in focus as the European Central Bank meets. At 2:55...
One of the most important pieces of data this week was November nonfarm payrolls. The softer release should have sent the U.S. dollar tumbling lower but instead the greenback ended the day...
The European Central Bank’s monetary policy announcement is the most important event risk this week. Based on the persistent weakness of the euro, investors are bracing for ECB dovishness....
Investing.com -- U.S. trade officials try to walk back Trump's 'off-the-cuff' comments, but Beijing isn't budging its position, and it's once again sore at what it sees...
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