September2020

Forex Today: Dollar falls out of the market’s favour – FXStreet

Here is what you need to know on Thursday, October 1: The financial markets were led by the risk-related sentiment, with the greenback seesawing between gains and losses. Risk appetite surged during the American afternoon on renewed hopes for a US coronavirus aid package, and while Senator McConnell said that[…]

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FOREX-Dollar inches higher on concerns of contested U.S. election – Yahoo Finance

TipRanks Goldman Sachs Predicts Over 40% Rally for These 3 Stocks A new wave of optimism is splashing onto the Street. Investment firm Goldman Sachs just gave its three-month stock forecast a boost, lifting it from Neutral to Overweight, with it also projecting “high single-digital returns” for global stocks over[…]

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FOREX-Dollar ticks up after indecisive Trump/Biden debate – Reuters

By Julien Ponthus 4 Min Read * Graphic: World FX rates in 2020 tmsnrt.rs/2RBWI5E LONDON, Sept 30 (Reuters) – The dollar ticked up in Europe on Wednesday, recovering some losses after a two-day fall, as traders weighed the implications of a bad-tempered first debate between President Donald Trump and his[…]

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Forex Today: Dollar rises after an ugly presidential debate, US data, end-of-month flows eyed – FXStreet

Here is what you need to know on Wednesday, September 30: The first presidential debate descended turned ugly and President Trump’s refusal to say he would accept the election results is weighing on the market mood. ADP Non-Farm Payrolls, final US GDP stands out as September draws to an end. […]

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Mboweni warns about illegal forex trading by individuals – Business Day

There is a greater need to protect individuals from becoming the victims of fraud when doing online forex trading, which is illegal in SA, finance minister Tito Mboweni said.  This is especially the case in the light of modern technological developments. Forex trading by individuals is not allowed SA and[…]

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Dollar holds line after Trump, Biden clash in first debate – CNBC

U.S. dollar banknotes. Liu Jie | Xinhua via Getty The dollar was little changed in Asian trade on Wednesday, as traders assessed a fierce first debate between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden ahead of the November 3 U.S. presidential election. In the pivotal debate, marked by[…]

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