Bank of England Governor Mark Carney noted that the downside risks facing the British economy lately
European stocks rose on Thursday, ending a four day losing streak as Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell
GBP rose from a six month low to 1.2529. But the British currency remains low throughout the week in light of the bleak UK economic landscape
Goldman Sachs believes there is only a 15% chance that the US Federal Reserve will cut rates by 50 basis points at the July meeting.
European shares fell in early trade on Wednesday ahead of testimony by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell over two days that investors will follow closely for signs of a rate cut later this month.
US petroleum inventories fell more than expected last week, while gasoline inventories fell and distillate inventories rose, US Petroleum Institute data showed.
BNP Paribas expects the Fed to announce its decision at the July meeting to cut interest rates for the first time after four years of monetary tightening
European shares opened lower Tuesday as it could be the third consecutive daily loss as German stocks fell sharply due to a profit warning from chemicals giant BASF.
Oil prices fell on Tuesday on concern over demand after the latest signs that the US-China trade war has a negative impact on the global economy
Prices may be delayed by 5 seconds. Prices above are subject to our website terms and conditions. Prices are indicative only
Margined Forex and CFD trading are leveraged products and can result in losses that exceed deposits. Ensure you fully understand the risks. Read more