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The loonie cracked fresh 18-month lows against the dollar yesterday and remains stuck in a strong bearish channel after yet another day of murky waters for the oil price. At least the loonie got company from other resource sensitive currencies like the Norwegian krone as it sank deep towards the bottom of the global currency pool yesterday, with little data coming out to keep it afloat.read more
Jeremy Corbyn tabled a vote of no confidence in Theresa May, which was seen as a mere formality, and wasn’t given the time of day by the governing party as they claimed they had no time for “political games”. By batting the ball back into Labour’s court, May is forcing Corbyn to either simmer down and wait for the meaningful vote in mid-January or table a formal vote of no confidence in the government – the latter would see a snap election take place if it is supported by 2/3rds of MP’s.read more
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