This year can hardly be described as traditional. Starting the year by welcoming Donald Trump into the White House, the world looked on as American politics changed forever.
After an investment slump in 2016, more money is starting to trickle into emerging markets.
Equities are recovering after the biggest sell-off in almost 6 months yesterday.
Yesterday, the ‘Trump Trade’ took a day off. For the first time since president-elect Trump became President Trump, equities had a bad day.
After the biggest drop in equities in almost six months on Tuesday, markets are still dipping downwards, grappling to find a new equilibrium.
Market euphoria has eased as traders digest the Federal Fund’s rate decision.
The euro is inching up as the dollar edges down.
The dollar is trading downwards for the fourth session in a row.
The G20, is an international assembly of the most influential financial ministers and central bankers from 20 major economies.
Crude prices are failing to reach the $50 mark as over-supply woes consume traders. after dovish comments from the Federal Reserve, the greenback slid to a five-week low.