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Ritvik Carvalho

No news is good news for pound pinned near $1.29

30 Oct 2020

LONDON Sterling traded within a cent's range against the dollar on Friday, pinned near the $1.29 mark as a lack of news around ongoing Brexit trade negotiations left investors reluctant to bet big on the currency.

UPDATE 1-No news is good news for pound pinned near $1.29

30 Oct 2020

* Graphic: Trade-weighted sterling since Brexit vote http://tmsnrt.rs/2hwV9Hv (Adds comments, updates prices)

Sterling pinned near $1.29 as investors await fresh catalysts

30 Oct 2020

* Graphic: Trade-weighted sterling since Brexit vote http://tmsnrt.rs/2hwV9Hv

ANALYSIS-Money-printing slowdown leaves governments to take up stimulus slack

29 Oct 2020

* Investors reckon policymakers, including govts, will inject more

Testing times: Five questions for the ECB

26 Oct 2020

LONDON The European Central Bank meets on Thursday, and financial markets are keen to get a sense of just how close it is to delivering another round of stimulus.

'Blue wave' U.S. election expectations trigger green stocks frenzy

13 Oct 2020

LONDON Growing expectations of a strong Democratic victory in U.S. elections have prompted investors to snap up renewable energy stocks, amplifying a recent rush seen after the European Union's fiscal splurge earmarked for green investments.

Sterling dips below $1.30, tough Brexit negotiations eyed

13 Oct 2020

LONDON Sterling sank on Tuesday, dipping against a broadly stronger dollar as investors kept an eye on ongoing Brexit negotiations for fresh drivers for a currency that has hovered below the $1.30 mark since September.

UPDATE 1-Sterling dips below $1.30, tough Brexit negotiations eyed

13 Oct 2020

* Graphic: Trade-weighted sterling since Brexit vote http://tmsnrt.rs/2hwV9Hv (Updates prices)

Sterling edges lower as Brexit negotiations continue, remains above $1.30

13 Oct 2020

* Graphic: Trade-weighted sterling since Brexit vote http://tmsnrt.rs/2hwV9Hv

FOREX-Dollar, yen nurse losses as U.S. stimulus hopes help 'risk-on' mood

08 Oct 2020

LONDON, Oct 8 The dollar and safe-haven Japanese yen nursed losses on Thursday, after revived hopes for U.S. fiscal stimulus improved investor sentiment, while the prospect of negative interest rates knocked the New Zealand dollar lower.

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