US President Trump in an interview broadcast on State TV Fox Get set for another tumultuous week on trade headlines folks. If you are long AUD (not a beneficiary of the trade wars) and the like, have your protection in place.
Nikkei / Markit Manufacturing PMI, final June: more to come Key points via Markit: Commenting on the Japanese Manufacturing PMI survey data, Joe Hayes, Economist at IHS Markit, which compiles the survey, said:
Home prices for the combined capital cities fell 0.3 percent in June, lower for the ninth consecutive month – Down 1.6% y/y Impacted by tighter lending standards weighing on investment demand in Sydney and Melbourne
Seehofer with more. – Wants to avoid Merkel government collapse Says he will stay in politics if his party back down on its migrant stance which has set it at odds with Merkel.
This is not breaking news, there are plenty of reports around that North Korea is building its nuclear arsenal This from the weekend, for example: If you are shocked by this, errr …. ? Ummm, you shouldn’t be. Kim Jong Un may be a young chap but he has played his hand exceptionally well and…
The UK Times reports, the newspaper is gated, but here is the link (bolding mine) And so the Brexit train wobbles along ……
It’s manufacturing PMI day in Europe Good day, everyone! Hope you all had a good weekend as we kick start the new month, quarter, and half-year. All eyes will be on Germany later on as the political developments there continue to take some twists and turns. But we also still have some data to navigate…
More Brexit related news crossing, this time from Deloitte’s latest quarterly survey of chief financial officers (CFOs) Via Reuters , main points: – record 75 percent of major British companies are now pessimistic about Brexit (up from 68% previous survey in April) —
Forex and Bitcoin news for Asia trading Monday 2 July 2018 German politics dominated early, this was the final post, it contains links to the story as it unfolded:
Survey by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI)and PwC – polled 100 firms across the UK financial sector Major points from the results highlighted via Reuters ::