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Fiserv, Inc., a payments and financial technology solutions provider, has published its financial results for the second quarter and the first half of 2020 this week, revealing a solid up in revenues and net income.
For the second quarter of 2020, the tech provider reported
The real estate industry is among those that find themselves in quite the predicament due to the coronavirus outbreak. In most regions, real estate companies have been enjoying stability prior to the pandemic.
However, because of the economic downturn globally, many housing and property
Producer price data from euro area is due on Tuesday, headlining a light day for the European economic news.
At 1.45 am ET, the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs is scheduled to issue Swiss consumer sentiment data for the third quarter.
At 3.00 am ET, monthly unemployment data from Spain and
The euro remained well supported by the EU recovery fund agreement.
Upbeat German Gfk Consumer Confidence further underpinned the euro.
Sustained USD selling provided an additional boost to the EUR/USD pair.
Flash Eurozone/US PMI prints eyed for some meaningful trading impetus.
The US dollar did at
USD/CAD remains in the range between 1.3565 and 1.3590 since Thursday.
A three-week-old falling trend line adds to the upside barriers.
38.2% Fibonacci retracement offers immediate support ahead of 200-day SMA.
USD/CAD stays sluggish around 1.3580 during the early Asian session on Monday. Despite i
Analysts at JP Morgan now see USD/CNY falling to 6.95 by the end of the third quarter compared to the previous forecast of 7.10. The fourth-quarter projection has also been revised lower to 7.0 from 7.10.
The investment bank expects China’s yuan (CNY) to get a lift from large equity-related inflows
LONDON(Reuters) - Sterling fell on Monday to 91.60 pence against the euro as investors shifted the focus to how Britain’s government will pay for its planned big infrastructure programme, while Brexit-related risks kept pressure on the pound.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would double down on
Asian stocks fluctuated before finishing mostly higher on Tuesday after White House trade advisor Peter Navarro clarified that the U.S.-China trade deal remains in place and that his earlier comments had been taken out of context.
Chinese shares recovered from a weak start to end higher as investors
EUR/USD has created a falling wedge pattern on the 4-hour chart.
A move above 1.13 is needed to confirm bullish breakout.
EUR/USD is down but not out. The pair is currently trading at 1.12, representing a 0.5% decline on a week-to-date basis, having put in a multi-month high of 1.1422 earlier this
USDJPY extended the rally this week and exceeded the peak seen on 20th May 2020. In this article, we would look at the forecast from start of the week and how we called it higher. We will show some charts presented to clients this week and explain the reason for calling the extension higher and also
Gold prices have been on the rise amid the coronavirus pandemic and massive monetary stimulus. Veteran and new traders are taking advantage of the lockdowns to enhance their skills, and there is more than meets the eye. Phil Carr, Head of Trading at The Gold & Silver Club, is a top commodities e
Next Friday, the US official employment report for May is due. Market consensus and also analysts at Wells Fargo expect a decline of 8 million in payrolls. They explain the key question is how many of the temporary layoffs will become permanent job losses.
“Before March, the biggest
Yohay Elam, an analyst at FXStreet, examines the GBP/USD late May's daily chart which is painting a mixed picture.
“GBP/USD is trading in an upwards channel of sorts and has also topped the 50-day Simple Moving Average. However, momentum remains to the downside and the currency pair rem
GBP/JPY remains choppy below the 133.00 figure.
The level to beat for sellers is the 132.00 support.
GBP/JPY four-hour chart
After attempting to break above the 133.00 resistance one more time, GBP/JPY remains choppy as the month of May comes to an end. As the overall trend remains bearish,