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All eyes on Britain's 'Super Saturday' Brexit showdown
Lukman Otunuga

18 October @ 17:10

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

All eyes on Britain's 'Super Saturday' Brexit showdown
After three and a half years of chronic uncertainty, drama and constant toeing and froing, the Brexit saga is reaching a critical turning point. In a positive development, Boris Johnson has agreed on a Brexit deal with the European Union. However, it is far too early for any celebrations given... Read full post
Asian stocks set for best close since July after China’s economic data release
Han Tan

18 October @ 05:59

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Asian stocks set for best close since July after China’s economic data release
​Most Asian stocks are climbing higher, despite China’s Q3 GDP coming in slightly below market expectations at 6 percent. China’s September industrial production growth far exceeded market expectations at 5.8 percent, while retail sales posted an on-year expansion of 7.8 percent, in line with... Read full post
GBPUSD headed for 1.30 after UK, EU reach Brexit deal
Han Tan

17 October @ 13:16

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

GBPUSD headed for 1.30 after UK, EU reach Brexit deal
The Pound soared towards the 1.30 level against the US Dollar, after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker both announced that a Brexit deal has been reached. Sterling’s surge reflects the relief among investors that both sides were able to get a... Read full post
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