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Dollar Bounces Back As Markets Follow Stimulus Plan

On Thursday, the dollar rebounded on the foreign exchange market, with the dollar index advancing 0.41 percent versus a basket of currencies to 91.55 points. The euro dropped 0.6 percent to $1.1963 versus the greenback. Sovereign yields have stabilized, with the 10-year T-Bond yield rising 1 basis point at 1.14

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Oil Closed The Week Lower While Gold Leapt

On other oil markets, on the Nymex, WTI crude oil dropped 0.30 percent to $52.20, but in January it added 7.6 percent. On Friday, gold increased 0.5 percent, but in January it lost 2.5 percent. With a leap of around 6 percent in two sessions, capital stuck out, with silver

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Oil Still Under Pressure By Lower-Demand Risk

Oil prices decreased for the second trading session in a row on Monday 25 January, despite rising demand-side threats due to a rise in the occurrence of coronavirus cases in China and the possible implementation of a lockout in France. Moreover, an increase in crude oil stocks in the United

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U.S. Indices: Hesitation Remained On The Wall Street

On Thursday, with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq both breaking new highs, the New York Stock Exchange ended on a cautious note. The session was marked by a rotation at the loss of cyclical in place of growth stocks, like technology. The day after the formal inauguration of Joe

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