Comments by China’s foreign ministry trade surplus to the US reaching a record ForexLive
People need to call this out People can fudge stats but it to straight-up lie about them is a really slippery slope. Here’s what Trump tweeted earlier today: That’s just not true. Here’s the chart:
Mixed but flat tones mostly at the start of trading today ForexLive Taking a bit of a cue from US equity futures trading while ignoring the losses seen in Asian equities as the week begins. Nothing from here that will provide much clues for other asset classes including the currencies space.
That looks like it will be the target day for a deal EU leaders are meeting in Salzburg next week and afterwards are expected to announcement an extraordinary Brexit summit in November, the Guardian .
Latest data released by the Bank of France – 10 September 2018 – 101 ForexLive Q3 GDP is still estimated to be +0.4% q/q, according to the Bank of France. That’s unchanged from their previous estimate. Industrial sentiment improves a little in August but this is very much low-tier data. Not one that generally has…
What to watch for as we close out the year This year has been interesting, both for the markets and the general geopolitical scene. We saw the beginning and escalation of a trade war between two of the most economically powerful nations in the world – China and the U.S.
Getting a Brexit deal in 6-8 weeks is realistic The GBPUSD has shot higher on the back of EU Barnier comment that getting a Brexit deal in 6-8 weeks is realistic.
Sterling jumps on the comment EU negotiator Barnier says that getting a Brexit deal in 6-8 weeks is ‘realistic’. He’s speaking at a conference in Bled, Slovenia.
Bostic speaks and consumer credit data is out There was no need to get up early with the slow start to the week on the . economic calendar The US schedule is very light to kick off a big week of tariff worries and trade negotiations. The Fed’s Bostic is due to speak at 1600…
Forex news from the European trading session – 10 September 2018 Headlines: Markets: – AUD leads, CHF lags on the day – European equities are higher; FTSE MIB leads gains