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Earlier in the Day: Another quiet day on the stats through the Asian session this morning, with key data limited to New Zealand’s 3rd quarter retail sales figures and they weren’t great. Retail sales increased by just 0.2% in the quarter, falling short of a forecasted 0.4% increase, following the 2nd quarter’s 2% rise. Despite … Continue reading The EUR and the Pound in Focus as the U.S takes a Break
Earlier in the Day: Stats were on the lighter side through the Asian session today, with the Kiwi Dollar under the spotlight. New Zealand’s October Business PMI eased slightly, with producer input prices rising at a slower pace in the 3rd quarter. While the numbers were on the softer side, the Kiwi Dollar was saved … Continue reading Russia Election Probe Slams the Dollar
Asian equities were pressured in Tuesday trade as investors digested the release of a slew of Chinese economic data points.
Most Asian markets closed higher on Friday as the euro extended losses following Thursday news from the European Central Bank.
Investing.com - Shares in Asia were mostly in the black on Monday as China returned from a week-long break, but trade on the day thinned with the Nikkei 25 shut.
On Friday, 29 September, the GBP got a much-anticipated boost: Brexit negotiations are finally making headway in their fourth round of talks. Brexit secretary, David Davis and his European counterpart, Michel Barnier indicated that Prime Minister Theresa May hit a chord in her recent Florence speech. During the third round of Brexit negotiations, currency traders … Continue reading Worlds Apart: The GBP and the CNY
Investing.com - Asian shares mostly gained on Thursday with hopes for a temporary extension of the U.S. debt ceiling to December and upbeat markets on Wall Street aiding sentiment.
Investing.com – Wall Street futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday with even the Nasdaq looking set to break a three-day losing streak as another quiet session allows risk-off sentiment to wane.
Investing.com - Asian shares mostly gained on Tuesday with geopolitical news dominating headlines as President Donald Trump confirmed plans to stay in Afghanistan with a tougher and more pragmatic approach on costs and benefits and expected help from partners such as Pakistan.
Investing.com - Asian shares trended weaker on Monday with Greater China managing gains as U.S.-South Korea joint military drills kicked off and a key meting of global central bankers loomed.
Investing.com - Asian shares fell across the board on Friday, taking a cue from a nervous Wall Street as political woes for President Donald Trump imperil his tax cut and infrastructure spending plans.
Investing.com - Asian shares were narrowly mixed on Monday after PMI figures on services and manufacturing from China were seen as lukewarm and investors keep attention on geopolitical tensions in the Korean Peninsula ramped up in recent days following the latest ballistic missile test.
Investing.com - Asian shares mostly gained on Wednesday with attention turned to the Fed on rate views later in the day
European stock markets move sideways ahead of central bank decisions in Europe and Japan. The DAX has been swinging between gains and losses during the early AM European session, while the FTSE 100 was up slightly. The Stoxx Europe 600 also moved higher with Electrolux AB and ASML Holding NV advancing after earnings reports. Eurozone … Continue reading Stocks Consolidate Ahead of ECB as QE Tightening is Expected in the Autumn
Asian markets have been positive today following the results from the States on Monday. However, European equities have been cautious and mixed. The JOLTS Job Openings report will come from the States today. However, investors are also getting ready for Janet Yellen’s testimony in Washington on Thursday. Janet Yellen Speaking Before Congress on Thursday U.S … Continue reading Global Equities Gaining Moderately as Investors Show Caution
A new research paper takes on academics' study of politic's effects on the stock market. But the critique misses some key factors in the original research.
Asian markets were mixed on Wednesday, as Wall Street's rise overnight was offset by disappointment with Apple earnings, as traders looked ahead to the Fed.