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13Dec
 
Unemployment Rate (UK): The unemployment rate represents the number of unemployed persons expressed as a percentage of the labour force. The unemployment rate for a particular age/sex group is the number of unemployed in that group expressed as a percentage of the labour force for that group.The ILO definition of unemployment...
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08Dec
 
US wage growth data, due today at 13:30 GMT, could make or break the pair. The official numbers are expected to show the economy added 200K jobs in Nov. and wage growth ticked higher to 0.3 percent month-on-month. A better-than-expected wage growth number could lift the USD/JPY pair to 114.00...
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05Dec
 
AUD- RBA - The Reserve Bank of Australia kept the cash rate (interest rate) unchanged as expected 1.5% made AUD Strong Against major pairs. The central bank has omitted the line - inflation is likely to remain low for some time. CAD -(Oct-2017 Report) The International Merchandise Trade released by the...
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06Dec
 
Crude prices slipped on Tuesday as unrefined yield ascended in for all intents and purposes each real fare district in spite of arrangements by OPEC and Russia to cut creation, activating feelings of trepidation that a fuel excess that has resolute markets for more than two years may last well...
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24Nov
 
Gold prices fell on Thursday as the dollar fortified on developing desires of a Federal Reserve rate climb in December taking after positive U.S. monetary information. Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,185.43 an ounce. It dropped 2 percent in the previous session to touch its lowest in 9-1/2 months...
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23Nov
 
The Australian dollar inched up on Wednesday as less unstable markets, rising values and bubbly items supported feeling for convey exchanges. The Aussie edged up to 0.7428 against U.S dollar, from 0.7400 in early trade, having bounced from a five-month trough of 0.7311 touched on Monday. The Aussie is still down three...
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18Nov
 
Brent crude prices were set out toward their first week after week pick up in five on Friday floated by recharged trusts that OPEC may concur creation cuts, yet a more grounded U.S. dollar topped additions. Brent crude oil futures were up 27 cents to $46.76 per barrel at. U.S. WTI...
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11Nov
 
The pound hit above $1.26 without precedent for five weeks on Friday, on track for its best fortnightly execution in eight years as financial specialists focussed on unsafe political occasions in the euro zone and agent Donald Trumps U.S. presidential triumph. Sterling based on increases against the euro in the wake...
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04Nov
 
Pound traded near a four-week high on Friday and was setting out toward its greatest week since March, having bounced after Englands High Court put a spanner in the administrations prepares with Britains exit from the European Union. The battered pound has pawed back 2.5 percent against the dollar this week,...
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28Oct
 
Japans emptied economy saw little proof of value development a month ago after policymakers evacuated money related arrangement following quite a while of fizzled jolt. The national buyer value record declined at an annualized 0.5% in September, taking after an indistinguishable drop the earlier month, the Statistics Bureau reported Friday. Supposed core...
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