In the UK Times newspaper: – The head of Amazon in the UK has said that there could be “civil unrest” within two weeks if Britain leaves the European Union with no deal the Amazon UK head was speaking at a meeting on Friday, made made it into the Times today
Hey ForexLive. Well That’d be me! So my name is Dane Williams and I’m happy to be here filling in for Justin over the next few weeks. I’ve been around forex markets in various capacities, for the last 10 years or so, with my last role working as an analyst for a retail broker while…
The 10 year is the ‘benchmark’ yield on Japanese Government Bonds – Its has registered a 6 month high in trade in Japan this morning – Yield at 0.09% You’ll recall the BOJ target is to maintain 10-year JGB yield target around zero %. There is no BOJ buying of 10 year JGBs scheduled today…
Justin is on vacation Justin is taking a well-deserved vacation for the next couple weeks, so filling in will be Dane Williams. Please give him a warm welcome.
aying it had reviewed a memo that was that was sent to a supplier last week. The Wall Street Journal s – asking its suppliers for cash back to help it become profitable The Journal adds:
US President Trump on the twitter with some advice for Iran’s leaders: Iran would probably be wise to heed the warnings. There are elections approaching in the US and while many (rightfully) bemoan the shedding of US blood and the waste of treasure involved in a war, there is no doubt a war tends to…
A stronger yuan against the USD to begin trading for the new week Follows Friday and weekend remarks on the yuan from the US eg. USD/CNH down from circa 6.7820/30 late Friday to under 6.7660 as early levels take shape.
Forex and Bitcoin news for Asia trading Monday 23 July 2018 On Friday Reuters reported BOJ policy setters were in “unusually active discussions” ahead of next week’s (July 30 and 31) monetary policy meeting, with implications for potential changes to interest rate targets & asset-purchase programmes. JGB yield moved higher on Firay
People’s Bank of China injected RMB 502bn (around USD 74bn) of cash into the banking system – Through one-year loans – Medium-term Lending Facility (MLF) – rate unchanged from its previous MLF, 3.3% Reuters adds;
9 people have been shot. At least 9. The shooter has not yet been apprehended Pic via Australian press: ForexLive