Comments by EU comission spokesman Spahr in Brussels ForexLive
Looks like nothing is going to change on this matter any time soon – Says that Trump’s offer is not anything new – Bans Iran from holding any direct talks with the US ForexLive
A flurry of key UK data is to be released throughout the week ForexLive While today may be all about Turkey, pound traders will have their eyes set on events that will take place later in the week.
German Dax down -0.4%. France’s CAC up 0.1% The major European indices are ending the day mostly lower. The France’s CAC bucked the trend by closing with a small gain.
Comments from the Kremlin Additionally, they say that Turkish president Erdogan has yet to request any economic help from Russia at this point in time. ForexLive The ruble is another currency that is under heavy pressure in recent times, with USD/RUB having risen to a high of 69.35 earlier in the day before falling to…
FBI Deputy Director ordered the firing on Friday It is being reported that the FBI agent Peter Strzok, who sent anti-Trump texts while investigating the Russian interference in the 2016 election, was fired on Friday. The 22 year veteran had been assigned to an administrative role in human resources (of all places).
Risk-off mood sees the Japanese yen propel to the top of the rankings ForexLive Meanwhile, the dollar and swissie are locked closely for second place. The pound also isn’t too far behind after a . I’m guessing that has more to do with flow-heavy moves more than anything else.
Man Group strategist says the rally isn’t over Morgan Stanley and State Street recently said the dollar rally is over but Guillermo Osses, head of emerging markets debt strategies at Man Group says more gains will be fueled by trade wars.
Why the dramatic loss in confidence Turkey is your economics professor’s evil dream. It’s not a Brexit-inspired drop or any kind of external, unavoidable problem. Instead it’s the story of an economy that was breaking the rules of economics until it was hit by a great reckoning.
Turkish finance minister Albayrak Speaking with Hurriyet newspaper (via Reuters headlines) More: On this: “” Says seizing or converting dollar-denominated accounts to liras out of the question