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Watch FXOpen's July 4 - 8 Weekly Digest Video

The FXOpen UK Team

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

  • US dollar's sustained rally is surprising the markets, especially against bitcoin.
  • The Reserve Bank of Australia raises rates for the 3rd month in a row.
  • GBP falls to 1.20 against the US dollar amid British government uncertainty.
  • Analysts are downgrading AAPL's share price forecasts to reflect the slowdown  in the PC market, inflation, rising rates, and geopolitical risks.

Watch our short and informative video, and stay updated with FXOpen.


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