Ben Robson's coverage of the trading week's most important market events.
As investors became cautious about most of the US economic data after the US Federal Reserve indicated that the decision to cut interest rates
Markets are looking ahead to the US labor market data in June, as markets are cautiously awaiting the data
Canada's trade balance reverted to a surplus for the first time in 10 months after a strong jump in exports
The G20 meeting in Osaka, Japan, was scheduled to continue until Saturday, as the summit came amid pressures on the global economy
The GBP rose on Thursday as investors dumped some of their short bets against the British currency ahead of the G20 meeting
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand was the last bank to try to weaken the value of its currency after trying to deliver a tough interest rate message.
Looking ahead tomorrow morning is one of the most important economic events that will have a strong impact on the movements of the New Zealand dollar
The pound has fallen significantly in recent times as expectations for the prime minister's premiership negotiations rose to a five-month low
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