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Turkish Currency Rallies Amidst Threats | Wibest

The Turkish lira or TRY rallied yesterday after news that Ankara and Moscow reached an agreement regarding Syria. The Russian government warned the Kurdish...

Turkish Lira Rises After Russian Deal | Wibest

The Turkish lira strengthened in today’s trading after the Turkish government reached an agreement with Russia. The deal boosted the currency against the major...

Indian Economy Sets Weakest Record in 5 Years

The Indian economy slowed down to its lowest records last seen in more than five years in the second quarter. Economists and experts are...

Cryptocurrency News: The Indian Government Bans Bitcoin

India seems to be all set into banning private cryptocurrencies. In cryptocurrency news, all private cryptocurrencies not including the ones issued by the state, be...

CPI: Dollar Firm as U.S. Inflation Edges

The toughened U.S. inflation data and the aggressive outlook of Federal Reserve regarding the interest rate cut have recovered the dollar, which gained some...

The Federal Reserve Moves from Trump to Control Rates

The Federal Reserve latest move from Trump to take control of interest rates. Click here to see more! – Wibest Broker

Ukraine Questions Former Central Bank Chief

In April, the former Ukrainian central bank chief Valeria Gontareva was wanted for questioning as a suspect in a corruption investigation the day after...

Dollar Nears Two-Week High on IMF Cut over Global Growth

The dollar stayed close to its two-week highs against its peers on Tuesday as a slowdown in China’s economy to 28-year lows fueled fresh...

Dollar Slumps on New Powell Comments

The dollar weakened against other currencies on Monday, as traders felt more bearish due to the increasing expectations that the Federal Reserve would put its policy tightening to a pause in 2019. Read more here!

More Worries Await ECB, Dimmer view on Growth

The European Central Bank is still uncertain to formally end its generous bond purchase scheme on Thursday, but will take an increasingly dimmer view on growth. Read more here!