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Dollar Fairly Steady After Fed Minutes

The U.S. dollar retreated from higher levels this afternoon, a few minutes before the release of the minutes of the Federal Reserve's March meeting, but managed to hold steady against most of its rivals as the minutes showed the members Read More →

New Zealand Food Prices Advance 0.5% In March

Food prices in New Zealand climbed an unadjusted 0.5 percent on month in March, Statistics New Zealand said on Thursday - following the 0.4 percent gain in February.Original Article Read More →

UK Economic Growth Slows In February

The UK economy expanded for the second straight month, but at a slower pace, in February, figures from the Office For National Statistics showed on Wednesday. Gross domestic product, or GDP, grew 0.2 percent month-on-month in February, while the economy Read More →

IMF Cuts Global Growth Forecast On Trade Tensions, Policy Uncertainty

The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday slashed the global growth forecast for this year, citing the trade tensions, weaker business confidence, tighter financial conditions and higher policy uncertainty. The Washington-based global lender cut the growth forecast for this year to Read More →

RBA Holds Key Rate Steady At Historic Low

The Reserve Bank of Australia on Tuesday left its benchmark interest rate unchanged, acknowledging that the labor market continued to be "strong" despite soft economic growth seen late last year. The board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, governed by Read More →

Dollar Recovers After Early Weakness

The U.S. dollar recovered after staying subdued early on in the session, but largely struggled to progress any significantly higher as traders looked for direction.Original Article Read More →