Says that exports have increased in the first 8 months due to US demand ForexLive And says that the increase in exports also may be caused by front-loading on trade dispute concerns. They mentioned that the country’s trade fundamentals have not changed because of the trade dispute. In other words, they’re pinning it down to factors…
Comments by China’s commerce ministry spokesman, Gao Feng – Says they have been constantly communicating with US on trade – Urges US to respect WTO rules, adopt measures to correct abuses ForexLive
Latest data released by the Swiss Federal Statistics Office – 13 September 2018 – +0.1% – PPI +3.4% vs +3.4% y/y expected – Prior +3.6% ForexLive In-line with expectations there as producer and import prices continue to hold up well in the Swiss economy. It’s a rough gauge of inflationary pressures and that should continue…
Promise me something…. Earlier in the day, I posted this picture and asked to tell me the story from what you see. You can often tell a lot from a picture even if you don’t know much about it, and in trading we do the same thing with charts.
ForexLive anniversary: Knowing the different types of risk will keep you out of bar room brawls in the markets
Anyone can get in a bar room brawl. It is those that stay out of them that survive. prompted me to take a look back on what I wrote on that day. Adam’s post about the EURCHF floor breaking
Cable gives back gains Some optimism on Brexit talks and the Irish border problem sent cable a full cent higher to 1.3028 earlier today but it’s now given up virtually all those gains and trading at 1.2934 in a disappointing blow for bulls.
Closing changes for the main equity indexes Weekly changes: – UK FTSE 100 -2.1% – German DAX -3.3% – French CAC -3.0% – Spain IBEX -2.6% – Italy MIB +0.8% The German DAX is closing in on the lows of the year.
Hurricane season is in full swing Florence weakened from a Category 4 storm to back below hurricane status in the past day but it’s expected to intensify in the middle of next week.
GDP tracker climbs The weekly New York Fed GDP tracker rose to 2.2% for the third quarter. “Positive surprises from the ISM manufacturing survey drove the increase,” the release said.
Mester moderating a panel at the Boston Fed ForexLive