• GBPUSD : 1.30056
  • EURJPY : 119.995
  • GBPCHF : 1.26106
  • GBPCAD : 1.71675
  • GBPAUD : 1.92878
  • EURGBP : 0.84699
  • AUDUSD : 0.67419
  • USDCHF : 0.96955
  • HK50 : 27914.8
  • EURNZD : 1.68826
  • AUDJPY : 73.430
  • NZDUSD : 0.65246
  • EURCAD : 1.45426
  • CADJPY : 82.499
  • EURUSD : 1.10171
  • EURAUD : 1.63390
  • GER30 : 13215.7
  • SPX500 : 3252.05
  • EURCHF : 1.06826
  • USDJPY : 108.906
  • NAS100 : 8991.95
  • GBPNZD : 1.99303
  • XAGUSD : 18.028
  • AUDCAD : 0.88997
  • GBPJPY : 141.653
  • US30 : 28621.8
  • JPN225 : 23106.1
  • FRA40 : 5874.26
  • USDCAD : 1.31988
  • AUDNZD : 1.03314
  • UK100 : 7422.40
  • NZDCAD : 0.86127
  • USOIL : 52.886
  • AUS200 : 7009.47
  • USDCNH : 6.42822

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EUR/USD - 1.1017... Reuters news, ECB's Mersch says : 
 
- asset prices are currently at very elevated levels 
- the risks of an asset price correction are increasing 
- it is preferable for monetary policy to incorporate financial stability concerns into its policy deliberations 
- there are good reasons to beleive that macroprudential policy in the euro area is currently constrained in its effectiveness 
 
2020-01-27 17:02:00
EUR/USD - 1.1024... Reuters reported the German government has revised its estimate for this year's economic growth up to 1.1% from 1.0% previously, sources familiar with the figure told Reuters on Monday. 
 
The new estimate still needs to be approved by deputy ministers in charge of preparing the next cabinet meeting on Wednesday, the sources added. 
 
Europe's largest economy narrowly dodged recession last year, and the Ifo institute's monthly survey on Monday showed business morale weakening, suggesting the economy got off to a slow start in 2020.  
 
2020-01-27 14:24:00
GBP/USD - 1.3088... The British pound remained under pressure in thin trading conditions as Australian and Chinese markets were closed today and dropped to session lows at 1.3052. However, price erased its losses and and rallied to 1.3104 in European morning on cross-buying of sterling especially vs euro before stabilising. 
 
Although cable's recovery after intra-day fall below Friday's low at 1.3057 to 1.3052 suggests range trading is in store, as this move signals recent upmove has made a temporary top at 1.3180 Friday, downside bias is retained for another decline to 1.3020/30. Offers are now raised to 1.3110/20 and more above at 1.3130/40 with stops building up above there whilst initial bids are noted at 1.3010/20. 
 
2020-01-27 11:22:00
EUR/USD - 1.1021... Reuters news, EU's Barnier says : 
 
- will watch over implementation of N.Ireland protocol very carefully 
- time will be very short to negotiate a future trade agreement 
- level access for UK products to EU will be proportionate to UK commitments on EU rules, in particular state aid 
- we still face the risk of a cliff edge at the end of the year 
 
2020-01-27 10:11:00
EUR/USD - 1.3071... Reuters reported German business morale deteriorated unexpectedly in January as the outlook darkened, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting that Europe's largest economy got off to a slow start in 2020 after narrowly avoiding a recession in the previous year. 
 
The Ifo institute said its business climate index fell to 95.9 after 96.3 in December. The January reading confounded a Reuters consensus forecast for a rise to 97.0. 
 
"The German economy is starting the year in a cautious mood", Ifo President Clemens Fuest said in a statement. 
 
2020-01-27 09:14:00
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