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Dollar Little Changed Ahead Of Fed Policy

The U.S. Dollar was little changed for a second straight session as traders stayed reluctant to create significant long or short positions on Tuesday, as they awaited the Federal Reserve's monetary policy statement.Original Article Read More →

New Zealand Q1 Current Account Deficit NZ$2.6 Billion

New Zealand posted a seasonally adjusted current account deficit of NZ$2.6 billion in the first quarter of 2019, Statistics New Zealand said on Wednesday - following the NZ$3.256 billion shortfall in the three months prior.Original Article Read More →

Dutch Growth To Slow Amid Global Headwinds

The Dutch economic growth is set to slow this year and next as global headwinds such as trade tensions and geopolitical factors weigh on exports. The Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis, or CPB, which is the government forecasting agency, projected Read More →

UK Inflation Moves To 2% Target On Lower Air Fares, Car Prices

UK inflation slowed to the central bank target in May, thanks to lower costs for air travel and falling car prices, data from the Office for National Statistics showed Wednesday. Consumer price inflation hit the Bank of England's target of Read More →

ECB’s De Guindos Says Bank Will Act If Inflation Expectations De-anchor

European Central Bank Vice President Luis de Guindos said that the central bank will react with a combination of measures if it perceives that inflation is set to deviate from its target, and further asset purchases remain a possibility. Speaking Read More →

Fed Reiterates Powell’s Pledge To “Act As Appropriate” To Sustain Expansion

In a move largely telegraphed by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, the Fed has declared that it will "act as appropriate" to sustain the U.S. economic expansion amid increasing uncertainties about the outlook for the economy. The Fed announced its Read More →