Weekly Market Wrap With Gary Thomson: GBP/USD, FTSE 100 DROPS, S&P 500 REACTS, AMAZON

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In this video, FXOpen UK COO Gary Thomson sums up the week’s happenings and discusses the most significant news reports.

Unexpected interest rate hike in Australia strengthens AUD

  • In Forex, GBP/USD reaches a new high since the beginning of the year
  • FTSE 100 drops 108 points in 5 days despite strong pound
  • British pound flying high against US dollar as King Charles crowned
  • Will Amazon hit last month’s highs again in May?
  • S&P 500 reacts positively to declining inflation

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