Daniela Sabin Hathorn

Daniela Sabin Hathorn

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Expertise:
News events and fundamental analysis.
Daniela Sabin joined DailyFX as a Junior Analyst during her Trading Services graduate scheme, where she developed her skills as a sales trader. She gained understanding of fundamental and technical analysis from her CFA studies, of which she is currently a level 2 candidate. She holds a degree in International Business from Kingston University London.

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UK Jobs Data Fails to Cheer Up GBP Pairs, Focus on Carney Speech

Sterling (GBP) continued to sell off on Tuesday as UK jobs data provided a mixed sentiment, pushing GBPUSD and EURGBP towards year-lows and highs respectively.

ECB to Continue QE as Fed Cements its Case for an Interest Rate Cut

Central Bank activity in the last few days has seen policymakers confirm that growth outlook around the world is tilted to the downside with most economies due for a rate cut.

ECB to Continue QE as Fed Cements its Case for an Interest Rate Cut

Central Bank activity in the last few days has seen policymakers confirm that growth outlook around the world is tilted to the downside with most economies due for a rate cut.

UK Economy Grows in May But Underlying Risks Continue

Sterling received a push higher on Wednesday morning as GDP figures showed that the British economy managed to grow in the month of May, with a revision for the April figure easing fears of a possibl...

Conservatives Return to Greece, EUR Fails to Consolidate a Direction

EUR pairs remain subdued as New Democracy victory brings hope for Greek economy but keeps investors on edge over the country’s budget deficit

German New Orders Slump Raises Likelihood of Further ECB Stimulus

The ECB is facing increasing pressure to take action in stimulating the economy rather than wait and see how things unfold. Slumping German new orders give evidence as to why action is needed.

ECB Top Job: Will Lagarde Continue the Bank’s Dovish Approach?

Christine Lagarde’s nomination as the new president of the ECB has come as a surprise but has left no one indifferent; her lack of experience is a concern, but some believe she is the perfect f...

GBPUSD Drops as UK Construction Sector Collapses, Fear of Q2 Contraction

The UK economy faces rising risks as political uncertainty weighs on growth. Construction and Manufacturing PMIs experience sharp declines. Focus on Services PMI to consolidate a direction

EU-Mercosur Deal Achieved After 20 Years Despite US Threats to Global Trade

As Donald Trump is threatening to increase protectionism in world trade the EU is doing just the opposite by seeking fruitful trade deals around the world to ensure its goods are freely traded.

EU-Mercosur Deal Achieved After 20 Years Despite US Treats to Global Trade

As Donald Trump is threatening to increase protectionism in world trade the EU is doing just the opposite by seeking fruitful trade deals around the world to ensure its goods are freely traded.

Eurozone unemployment at lowest level since 2008, EURUSD to watch US ISM data

EURUSD paired some of its losses in the start of the European session but better than expected Eurozone unemployment figures failed to push the pair higher as traders focus on US ISM data

Weaker Dollar Sends EURUSD Higher, Eurozone Core CPI Back Above 1%

EURUSD continues to climb as fresh remarks from Donald Trump about international trade sends the USD lower across the board

EURCHF and USDCHF Bounce as Switzerland Looks Set to Block Trading of Swiss Shares on EU Exchanges

CHF pairs edged higher on Thursday afternoon as a report from major news-wire seemed to suggest that the Swiss Foreign minister had confirmed the ban on Swiss Shares from European Exchanges

EU-Swiss Exchange Battle Continues: London Prepares to Delist Swiss Shares

Swiss companies may be delisted from London exchanges as soon as next week if no formal agreement is reached between the EU and Switzerland by June 30

EURUSD Remains Strong Despite Mixed Data From Eurozone, Focus on G-20 Meeting

EURUSD remains near 3-month highs as investors brush off lacklustre Eurozone inflation and economic outlook data ahead of G-20 meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping.

EU-Swiss Exchange Battle Continues: London Prepares to Delist Swiss Shares

Swiss companies may be delisted from London exchanges as soon as next week if no formal agreement is reached between the EU and Switzerland by June 30

More Fed Members Turn Dovish, Focus on Chairman Powell’s Monetary Policy Discussion

Markets eye Fed comments to come in the following weeks for any insight into future rate cuts as more FOMC members turn dovish, USD to remain sensitive to trade war developments.

EU-Swiss Exchange Battle Continues, Swiss Exchanges May Create a Monopoly

As the deadline for a treaty agreement approaches and no deal seems to be in place, Swiss companies could lose their access to European investors if the EU does not grant Swiss exchanges an extension...

Central Banks Are Mostly Dovish But Norges Bank Signals Further Rate Hikes

Most Central Banks decide to leave rates unchanged in expectation that a trade deal may be reached at the G-20 summit in Osaka later on this week. RBA and Norges Bank take action.


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