USDTRY retreat today from record highs that hit yesterday amid the rising tensions in the disputed Nagorno Karabagh region between the Armenia and Azerbaijan.
AUD to GBP managed to rebound from the 100-day moving average on Monday, while yesterday managed to cross also the 50-day moving average
Dax index slide in early trading amid rising coronavirus infections in Europe and a messy first debate between Joe Biden and Donald TrumpDAX
GBPUSD retreat today after the Office of National Statistics announced the largest quarterly drop in the UK economy since 1955
Dow Jones futures point to a slightly lower opening after yesterday’s strong rebound. Dow Jones ended yesterday 1.51% higher at 27,584
Ripple price started higher the European trading session after yesterday’s volatile day. Yesterday XRPUSD hit $0.2495 at two-week highs
FTSE 100 started lower the session on Tuesday snapping a two days rebound that boosted from optimism for a new relief package in the USA.
Gold price digest yesterday’s rebound from two-month lows. The precious metal lost almost 7% of its value during September. The USD rebound from two-year lows was the main factor for the correction
HSBC share jumped on Monday after the reports that its biggest shareholder, Ping An Asset Management, increased its stake in the bank from 7.95% to 8%.
AUD to GBP extend losses for the sixth consecutive trading session, and now bears are in control as the pair breached below the 100-day moving average.