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20 Jan
FX roundup: Sterling ekes out mild gains as Trump inaugurated as US president
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Sterling eked out mild gains against most major currencies, barring the euro, as global markets turned their attentions to the inauguration of Donald Trump, now US president.

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20 Jan
Donald Trump sworn in as 45th President of the United States
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New York businessman Donald Trump has become the 45th President of the United States after being sworn in to the position on the steps of Capitol Hill on Friday, capping a meteoric rise to the top of the country's political ladder.

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20 Jan
London close: Stocks end session lower as Trump sworn in as US President
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The FTSE 100 ended Friday’s session a touch lower as traders awaited the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th US President.

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20 Jan
Warren Buffett says US 'will work fine' under Donald Trump
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Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has backed the United States' economic prospects, despite having been highly critical in the past of incoming president Donald Trump.

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20 Jan
Commodities: Crude oil nears resistance as focus settles on Trump inauguration
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Crude oil futures were firmly ahead on Friday afternoon but remained camped out below firm resistance levels in a session tinged with caution as controversial US president-elect Donald Trump is inaugurated.

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20 Jan
FTSE 250 movers: Synthomer surges on update; AA skids on Liberum note
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London’s FTSE 250 was down 0. 3% to 18,162. 95 in afternoon trade as investors on both sides of the pond looked to the inauguration of Donald Trump.

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20 Jan
FTSE 100 movers: Smurfit Kappa gains on price hike; supermarkets drop
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London’s FTSE 100 was down 0. 1% to 7,198. 26 in afternoon trade as investors awaited the inauguration of Donald Trump across the pond.

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20 Jan
Record hikes AUME to $56.6bn at end-December 2016
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Specialist currency manager Record has hiked its assets under management equivalents (AUME) to $56. 6bn at 31 December 2016, from $55. 0 three months earlier.

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20 Jan
FX round-up: Cable edges higher despite strong US data
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Cable gained ground on Thursday despite the release of upbeat economic data Stateside and support for a long-term strong dollar policy from Trump´s candidate to head the US Treasury.

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20 Jan
Financial markets hold breath ahead of Trump inauguration - comment
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A most unlikely of transformations will be complete on Friday as Donald Trump takes over from Barack Obama to become the 45th President of the United States.

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20 Jan
China GDP accelerates sharply in Q4, official data questioned
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China´s economic expansion accelerated slightly at the end of 2016, official government data revealed, but more timely figures for December appeared to point to a slowdown in activity, in part as the fiscal stimulus put in place by the authorities faded, economists said.

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20 Jan
London midday: Stocks flat ahead of Trump's presidential inauguration
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London stocks were flat on Friday as traders assessed UK retail sales and China trade data while looking ahead to the inauguration of Donald Trump later in the day.

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20 Jan
Europe midday: Investors cautious ahead of Trump inauguration

European stocks were little changed on Friday, as investors grew cautious ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration, with basic resources in the red following uninspiring Chinese growth figures.

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20 Jan
Ten ways markets could surprise us this year - Credit Suisse
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As Donald Trump prepares to pick up the keys to the White House and the Brexit debacles rumbles on, Credit Suisse highlighted 10 ways in which financial markets could surprise us this year, along with its 10 core views.

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20 Jan
Gradual pace of interest rate increases prudent, Fed´s Yellen says
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Letting the US economy run "too hot" would be risky and unwise, the head of the country´s central bank said, while reiterating her support for a gradual removal of the then current lax policy settings.

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20 Jan
Trump and May doomed to failure, Soros at Davos
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Billionaire investor George Soros has told the World Economic Forum in Davos that he believes incoming US president Donald Trump will be a failure and British prime minister Theresa May will not last in the position.

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20 Jan
London open: Stocks flat but miners drop on China data; Trump eyed
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Stocks in London were little changed in early trade, although miners slumped on disappointing Chinese data, as investors looked to the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump later in the day.

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20 Jan
London pre-open: Stocks seen touch higher as Trump inauguration eyed
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Stocks in London were set to kick the session off just a touch higher on Friday, as investors look to the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump later in the day.

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19 Jan
FTSE 100 movers: Royal Mail and REITs retreat
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The FTSE 100 was dragged lower on Thursday by investor's disappointment in Royal Mail and a gloomy note on the real estate sector.

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19 Jan
Commodities: Dollar bounce caps gains in gold
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Swings in the US dollar continued to call the tune for commodity prices, with a bounce in the Greenback´s helping to limit further gains in precious metals.

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