The CEOs of JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Citi, and other prominent financial institutions met with Senators on Wednesday to discuss the role banks played in the implementation of various COVID relief …
Gold prices put in a major breakout and, so far, haven't looked back. Might a pullback be in order?
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AUD/USD may stage a larger rebound ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) interest rate decision for June amid the failed attempts to test the monthly low (0.7675).
Exhaustion setting in as CAD stalls despite rising oil prices.
GBP/USD continues to trade sideways around the 1.4150 level and will likely ease back as the price nears its recent highs and rally when it nears the lows.
Gold prices climbed, extending April’s bounce amid falling Treasury yields and an RBNZ rate decision that seemed to spark a domino chain that dented the US Dollar. XAU/USD may rise ahead.
NZD/USD jolted higher after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand left benchmark lending rates unchanged in May, but opened the door to a possible hike during 2H 2022.
The US Dollar and Japanese Yen may soar thanks to haven demand if traders run for the exits amid a collapse in meme stocks and novelty cryptocurrencies.
AUD/USD may face further consolidation as metals face mounting pressure from Chinese regulators. April's Westpac Leading Index is in focus.
New Zealand Dollar volatility looks likely to accelerate with NZD/USD and AUD/NZD price action in focus headed into the upcoming RBNZ rate decision.
Gold surged to its highest levels since January as the precious metal set its sights on the $1,900 mark. The rally may be at risk, however, as taper talk from Fed officials could undermine further …
Prosecutors seek sentences of nearly five years for two Deutsche Bank employees convicted last year.
Global bond yields have dropped alongside commodity prices, holding back the trio of commodity-linked currencies.
RBNZ decision likely to provide volatility for the Kiwi, eyes on statement.
Edward Keller is stepping down from his position to deal with a personal health issue. He will be succeeded by Penny Novick and Kim Shaw, the first women the bank has named to run prime brokerage globally.
EUR/USD breaks out of the range bound price action carried over from the previous week as a growing number of Fed officials warn of a transitory rise in inflation.
U.S. stock futures point to major indexes extending this week’s rise.
Goldman’s asset-management arm will own 51% of the venture, and the remainder will be held by an ICBC wealth-management subsidiary.
The insurer is using new technology so body shops can begin work earlier and customers can get back on the road faster.