UK Times citing officials in Greece (Times may be gated) – Athens had appeared to be keen to launch a new issue, most likely its first ten-year paper, before its present bailout ends in August. However, an official, who declined to be named, said: “We examined the possibility of an issue before the end of…
This data point not usually a big impact immediately on the forex for New Zealand – total volume of manufacturing sales +1.4% q/q – prior +1.5% Nine of the 13 manufacturing industries had sales rises in the March 2018 quarter
KCNA tells us what to expect, this via Reuters Summit is scheduled for the 12th of June in Singapore
Italy’s latest Economy Minister, Giovanni Tria says Italy will stay in the EUR for more Reuters There you go. The market stopped freaking out about Italy pretty quickly after the President refused to endorse some anti-euro chap as fin min. But, just an update on the current situation.
A light day in terms of key events ahead of the major happenings this week Good day, everyone! Hope you all had a good weekend and that you’re all pumped up for the new week. It’s going to be quite the week with the Trump-Kim summit, FOMC meeting, ECB meeting, and BOJ meeting all yet…
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Forex and Bitcoin news for Asia trading Monday 11 June 2018 US President Trump made nice at the face to face G7 meetings but once he was back safely on his plane he started with bully tweets again. Initially it was attacks on Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau:
Economic calendar due from Asia today ICYMI ….
The USD/JPY move lower at the beginning of the very early Asia session has been full reversed and then some. USD/JPY has been as high as above 109.70 (briefly).
Into yen and out of CAD is the in a nutshell response to President Trump backing out of his G7 agreement: USD/JPY is around 109.25, down from 109.45-odd late NY time on Friday