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Guajardo not interested Trump mused about a bilateral deal with Mexico today and they boosted the peso but Mexican economy minister Guajardo doesn’t sound interested. He said that moving from NAFTA into a bilateral agreement would be costly, and like starting from zero.
Reuters report, citing PBOC source China plans to introduce lending incentives by boosting liquidity at commercial banks, according to a Reuters source. This would be in tandem with recent moves to encourage debt and equity stakes in companies and would use the PBOC’s medium-term loan facility.
Gaps tend to get filled, but maybe not always the way you think I probably should not have laughed at this cyclist weaving through barriers and then coming to grief
Trade war concerns ranking up there for Japanese corporates, not surprisingly Japan manufacturers October index seen at +29 Adds Reuters, many respondents expressed concerns about —
Some people swear by Dennis Gartman,. Others swear at him. DJ (MarketWatch) had this piece up overnight on the man himself (): link is here for more Buckle up!
Larry Kudlow was having a good old chat during the US timezone, plenty of links to comments here at the wrap: Notably LK said: Kudlow was speaking at the CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha Conference. Its probably a reasonable response to treat his comments with a little wariness, he might get his ass kicked if he…
UK data to steal the limelight for the third day in a row Anyway, the session to come is light on key data with UK retail sales being the only notable one so trading will once again rely on the ebb and flow.
US President Trump has said he holds Russian President Putin responsible for influencing the 2016 election Trump gave an interview to CBS, President Trump and “CBS Evening News” anchor Jeff Glor:
Forex and Bitcoin news for Asia trading Thursday 19 July 2018 Japan: Australia:: More: – (CHECK THIS OUT FOR A 😀 ) The devaluation of the RMB continues, its starting to look more and more like 2015. The PBOC set the onshore reference rate above 6.7 today, SAFE followed up with comments not expressing too…