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24Oct
 
The dollar hit a nine-month high against a wicker container of monetary forms on Monday, floated by desires that the U.S. Central bank will raise loan costs this year and by a retreating possibility of Donald Trump getting to be U.S. president. Having recently recorded three straight weeks of additions, the...
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02Aug
 
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) cut its benchmark financing cost by 25 premise indicates on Tuesday a crisp record low of 1.50 percent in the midst of indications of moderating monetary development. The move was broadly expected, with 36 out of 47 market analysts overviewed by Reuters expecting a rate...
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18Jul
 
Oil costs were practically unaltered in rough Asian exchange on Monday taking after increases a week ago as merchants disregarded the effect of Fridays endeavored overthrow in Turkey, while energetic financial information from the United States loaned cost support. Brent crude futures rose 2 cents at $47.63 a barrel after closing...
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07Jul
 
Gold rose marginally in Asian exchange on Thursday in the wake of touching its most elevated in over two-years in the past session, with financial specialists careful over recharged market moves over Brexit even as provincial shares crawled higher. Spot gold, which touched its highest since March 2014 at $1,374.91 on...
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05May
 
Oil prices raised by more than one percent in early exchanging on Thursday as an immense fierce blaze in Canada upset its oil sands creation, while heightening battling in Libya undermined the North African countrys yield. Universal benchmark Brent unrefined fates were exchanging at $45.31 per barrel, up 69 pennies or...
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11Mar
 
Chinas national bank Friday guided the yuan higher against the dollar by the quickest pace this year, abandoning a few investigators confounded by the extent of the move. The Peoples Bank of China (PBOC) set the mid-point of the dollar-yuan trading band at 6.4905, its strongest level so far this year....
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03Mar
 
Oil edged further underneath $37 a barrel on Wednesday as an industry report demonstrating an ascent in U.S. unrefined stockpiles to another record countered support from maker endeavors to handle a supply overabundance. U.S. crude inventories jumped by 9.9 million barrels last week, the American Petroleum Institute (API) said on Tuesday,...
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29Jan
 
Economic slowdown in China,plunging oil prices is a concern around the world makes the Japans central bank to introduce negative benchmark interest rate. Despite nearly a quarter-century of slow growth, the Bank of Japan had resisted reducing rates below zero to stimulate the economy. The 5-4 vote on the banks policy...
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18Jan
 
The Chinese central bank set a firmer guidance rate by fixing by the most in almost month.This made Yen to tumble near a four-month high. China, which is due to publish a slew of economic data this week, will probably report fourth-quarter gross domestic product growth of 6.9 percent on Tuesday,...
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11Jan
 
As Chinas economic slowdown incised Oil prices slump over 2 percent.The traders placing record bets on even lower prices and the outlook for demand lose faith in a significant market recovery. Global benchmark Brent was down 89 cents, almost over 2.6 percent, to $32.66 per barrel and U.S. West Texas Intermediate...
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