The US dollar index has fallen for five consecutive quarters since 2017 His accusations yesterday didn’t really contain any hidden messages. It’s clear that he prefers a weaker dollar against the backdrop of an economy with a growing budget deficit and a large trade deficit.
According to a report by RBC newspaper, citing unnamed officials The report also highlights that a main concern for Russian officials are trying to block sanctions against the nation’s two largest banks, Sberbank and VTB.
A report by the Munhwa Ilbo newspaper, citing an unidentified South Korean official The report says that the two countries are discussing plans to announce an official end to the military conflict. Adding that when South Korea’s president Moon and North Korea leader Kim meet next week, they will release a joint statement stating that…
According to a Reuters poll of economists from 72 institutions The forecasts for a slowdown comes even after this morning’s upbeat . Those polled indicated that the biggest risk to China’s economy is rising trade tensions. The US is the biggest export market for China, so that is not a surprise.
According to Ko Haruki, head of financial solutions at CIBC World Markets (Japan) Haruki says that even if the US takes a harsh stance on trade issues with Japan during the Trump-Abe summit this week, USD/JPY is expected to be supported around 106.
Latest data released by METI – 17 April 2018 Preliminary figures can be found . Slight delay in the release by the source. here Rather odd figures compared to the preliminary. But they are minor data points. A general sentiment indicator of the economy in Japan, not market moving by any means.
A preview of what’s to come in European trading today Howdy, everyone! Hope you’re all doing well so far today and for those just joining, a very warm welcome. Ranges are still mostly in tact so far in Asian trading, nothing too out of the ordinary just yet as the market continues to look for…
The greenback continues its fall on the week The more notable of the moves are in EUR/USD and GBP/USD as the former touches 1.2400 on the day while the latter continues to break higher, touching session highs of 1.4369.
Mexico’s economy minister Guajardo – NAFTA negotiations plod onward … with 10 chapters sorted I think there are another 12 to go (or thereabouts?)
Fitch Ratings latest: “Western Europe Sovereign Credit Overview – 2Q18” Three key drivers of Western European sovereign ratings, Interplay of strong growth and improving public finances underpins positive near-term rating momentum