Carney: Yuan to overtake USD, USD down on Trump walkout, and Canada maintains steady rates.
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Markets easing drops as Christmas sets in. China considers updating tech transfer laws, and India overtakes Germany as world’s 7th largest stock market.
Markets down on unsigned China-US trade agreement, Huawei’s owner’s daughter held in Canada, Parliament to send May back to board, and OPEC meets in Vienna.
It appears that the ECB have won the war on inflation and are expected (by speculators) to begin tapering back in September. The Bank of Japan had no such luck.
weak data out of the Eurozone and better than expected data out of the US drove the EUR lower once again, although it managed to come off its lows as the day.
Asian markets traded broadly higher Thursday, extending their own gains in response to the overnight strength from Wall Street.
If president Trump was a savvy business man when he was a private real estate investor he certainly isn’t showcasing his talent in the political arena.
As sure as the sun rises and sets, as sure as Trump hires and fires, Bitcoin news is jolting the cryptomarkets higher and lower.
Emerging markets shares and currencies plummeted on Friday. The sell-off comes after the surprise election of Donald trump.