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So far this year, the WTI has gained 33.5%, and the Brent 35.3% – but they are still down from their peak of 2014

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Since Donald Trump was elected as the new US President on the 8th of November, the dollar has surged against a basket of currencies.

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Trump’s acceptance speech also went a long way to reassuring markets. He was far more conciliatory than expected. He reached out to opponents striking a more moderate tone.

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Trump’s acceptance speech also went a long way to reassuring markets. He was far more conciliatory than expected. He reached out to opponents striking a more moderate tone.

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British High Court will rule today on whether the government can begin the formal process of leaving the European Union without a vote in parliament.

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The statistic released yesterday covers the first full quarter since the referendum on the BREXIT.

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Mario Draghi said an abrupt ending to bond purchases is unlikely; quashing hints that the ECB would start tapering.

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The result of this election could create a great deal of uncertainty. In such times, you’d usually see a flight to quality. There are a couple of things that investors are worried about.

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The US Dollar is at its highest level since February 2016. The higher investor expectations are for a rate hike, the more it strengthens.

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If you’ve been watching stock markets lately you’ll know that since the beginning of the year the banking sector has had a pretty rough time.