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Chinese authorities are suggesting that they intend to catch up with the time lost during the zero-COVID experiment by buoying consumption, and the direct beneficiaries of higher Chinese demand are celebrating.

Enrique Díaz-Álvarez 30 January 2023

The dollar traded modestly higher against most currencies on Thursday afternoon, as a generally encouraging set of macroeconomic data releases eased concerns over the possibility of a US recession.

Matthew Ryan 27 January 2023

Arguably one of the most noteworthy moves in currencies in the past week or so has been the rally in the euro, which has risen to fresh multi-month highs on the broadly weaker US dollar.

Matthew Ryan 25 January 2023

2022 has undoubtedly been one of the best years at Ebury, with incredible growth, geographical expansion, new products launch and enhanced capabilities to help businesses of all sizes trade and grow globally easily and quickly. Check our top achievements from the last year.

Marta Alvarez 24 January 2023 2 min read

Last week saw volatile trading in currency markets without the emergence of any clear trend.

Enrique Díaz-Álvarez 23 January 2023

Sterling rose to a one-month high on the US dollar, the euro struggled, while volatility in the Japanese yen surged to multi-year highs during an eventful trading session in the FX market on Tuesday.

Matthew Ryan 18 January 2023

The US inflation report confirmed the downward trend in price pressures and sent financial markets worldwide soaring on the hope that Fed hikes will soon stop.

Enrique Díaz-Álvarez 16 January 2023 10min

We’ve had a relatively quiet first half of the week in the foreign exchange market, with a lack of major newsflow leading to rather rangebound trading.

Matthew Ryan 11 January 2023

Last week brought some relief on the inflation front on both sides of the Atlantic.

Matthew Ryan 9 January 2023 2 min read

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