Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein Trump said to tell associates he does not need to remove Mueller. So who is the target? The S&P has ticked higher . It was trading around the 2687 and is currently trading at 2695. The index is still down -14.66 points.
Big day lower. 200 bar MA on the 4-hour targeted.. On Tuesday, the price moved to a new year high and to the highest level since Brexit 2016. On the hourly chart above, that price falied on a break of a topside trend line while those highs were being made. Bearish.
Speaking on Fox New He adds: Pres. Trump decided not to impose additional sanctions against Russia in response to their support of Syria’s chemical weapons attack on civilians. That ran counter to what UN Ambassador Nikki Haley who said on Sunday that Mnuchin would announce additional sanctions on Monday.
Nasdaq down -0.78% The US major stock indices are closing lower with the tech heavy Nasdaq suffering the most. The chips stocks did not do well today as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing – a key to partner to Apple and Nvidia – lower their revenue forecast for the 2nd quarter. Morgan Stanley said apples iPhone was…
The Bank of Japan monetary policy meeting is on April 26 and 27 (preview!) In addition to the policy announcement Friday the BOJ will release the results of its quarterly review of its growth and price forecasts. While growth has picked up, inflation is still missing target. We just got the March inflation data:
BOJ’s Kuroda speaking Washington He adds:
Loretta Mester is President of the Cleveland Federal Reserve branch Speaking on her outlook for the US economy and monetary policy: – further rate hikes appropriate this year and next Reuters with the quick headlines from text of Mester’s speech. There will be a Q&A to follow
Thomas Jordan is chairman of the governing board of the Swiss National Bank (the central bank) – CHF fall under 1.20 per euro goes in the right direction – Situation is still relatively fragile TJ speaking in a Bloomberg TV interview
This in the press here in Australia this morning – described as “personal thoughts” from Dr. Leon Berkelmans, who works at the Bank (i.e. this is not RBA policy)