2 September 2018

Below you can find our 2 September 2018 posts archive, organized chronologically.
  • U.S Mortgages – Rise For The First Time in 4-Weeks

    Mortgage rates were on the rise last week, though with market jitters over global trade hitting at the end of the week, a reversal may be on the cards.

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    Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Ripple Daily Analysis – 02/09/18

    Bitcoin Cash makes a move to leave the majors in its wake, in what’s been a testy start to the day following Saturday’s rally.

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    Bitcoin – Weekend Rally Part 2 or Take Profit?

    Bitcoin recovers from an early morning reversal to move back into positive territory, with a hold on to $7,200 levels supporting an afternoon rally.

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  • US Economy

    U.S. Global Trade Disputes: The Past, The Present, The Future

    In a positive trade move, the U.S. and Mexico struck a trade deal last Monday that paved the way to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Currently, the United States shares this deal with Mexico and Canada. With trade talks between the United States and Canada ending on Friday without a new trade deal. The future trade deals involve the European Union and China. Once the deal is completed with Canada, the U.S. will likely finalize a deal with the EU. China will just have to wait especially if it continues to play hardball with the U.S.

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  • Argentinian Peso

    Argentine Peso and Turkish Lira Frighten the Markets

    Last week, the events around the Argentine currency were in the spotlight. The Turkish Lira continues its downfall.

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  • The Week Ahead

    The Week Ahead – Monetary Policy, Trump and Trade in Focus

    After a dicey end to the week, central banks, Trump and Trade will be in focus, with economic data to give some idea on the effects of trade tariffs.

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  • Lewis Pugh

    FXTM Brand Ambassador Lewis Pugh Completes World-First Long Swim Challenge in Dover

    On Wednesday, the 29th of August, Lead Partner FXTM hosted the emotional finale at Shakespeare Beach in Dover, where the forex broker’s Brand Ambassador and dedicated Patron of the Oceans for the United Nations, Lewis Pugh, crossed the finish line at 13:30 local UK time.

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