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Dollar under pressure on U.S. tax reform concerns

Published on Reuters December 18, 2017

The dollar fell against a basket of major currencies on Monday, as concerns grew on whether a proposed U.S. tax reform program would have a major impact on economic growth, after the bill moved another step closer to passage over the weekend.

Bitcoin heading to Wall Street

Published on CBC On the Money December 8, 2017

Hoping to make money on bitcoin by investing in futures instead of the currency? Karl Schamotta says some of the banks and trading houses won’t let the average investor join the fray because they’re too worried about client risk. And the volatility continues! Watch more on CBC: 

Global stocks, dollar climb after strong U.S. job growth data

Published on Reuters December 8, 2017

Wall Street and other major global stock markets rose on Friday and the U.S. dollar was on pace for its fifth day of gains after data showed robust U.S. job growth.

Dollar firms after U.S. jobs data, but off highs due to wages

Published on Reuters December 8, 2017

The dollar rose against the euro and yen in choppy trading on Friday after data showed the U.S. economy created more jobs than expected last month, but gains were capped by wages data that analysts said were disappointing. Read more:

What The Last 25 Years Of X-Border B2B Payments Tells Us About The Next

Published on PYMNTS December 8, 2017

The more things change in payments, the more they stay … anything but the same. Cambridge’s CEO Gary McDonald weighs in on the ways cross-border transactions have evolved in B2B and what’s next after our recent acquisition by FLEETCOR. Read more:

Bitcoin zooms above $13,000 to record high on relentless demand.

Published on Reuters December 6, 2017

Bitcoin zooms above $13,000 to record high on relentless demand. Cambridge Market Strategist Karl Schamotta comments:


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