All eyes over the coming week will be on Friday's monthly US non-farm payrolls report, although the ebb and flow of global trade related news may rival it in terms of the potential market impact.
Stocks finished the week on an up note, possibly benefiting from quarter-end 'window dressing' by fund managers, and only slighty lower for the quarter, amid record-breaking levels of deal-making.
By: Dima Chernovolov GBP/CHF continues to fall after the earlier breakout of the 4-hour Rising Wedge chart pattern which was previously identified by Autochartist.
The latest JP Unemployment Rate number has been released as 2.5%.
DELKOS 80% probability that AUDUSD will trend down on Thursday 29 Mar at 11:30 PM GMT if the JP Unemployment Rate number is equal to 2.6%.
This Thursday 29 Mar at 11:30 PM GMT the latest JP Unemployment Rate number will be released.
Tech giants like Google, Facebook and Amazon have reported a 40% gender pay gap in employee bonuses, according to figures submitted to the UK government.
Automobiles and parts was a late driver on the last trading day of the month, as GKN shares made a late spike as investors accepted the offer from turnaround specialist Melrose Industries.
Commodities finished the quarter on a positive note amid gains in grains and in the energy complex.
Oil field services provider Petrofac Limited was awarded a contract worth $265m on Monday for the development of a project in Southern Oman.
Analysts at Bernstein upgraded their view on Morrisons on Thursday, touting its best-in-class long-term total shareholders' return and arguing that it made for a “great” income stock despite it being unloved by the so-called 'sell-side'.