24 April, 2018
Regulators in the UK are concerned about the potential disruption of the country's financial stability after Brexit...
European stocks increased, as investors watched the latest flow of corporate earnings reports. Fall in business morale in Germany had little impact on trading but rising oil prices buoyed shares in the energy sector and offered some support to European indexes...
US President Donald Trump last month approved plans for steep tariffs on tens of billions of dollars of Chinese imports, while Beijing has slapped duties on key US agricultural exports and threatened to do likewise for the sensitive American soybean industry. The dispute has triggered fear of an all-out trade war that could damage the global economy...
The euro remains under pressure of stronger dollar. The EUR/USD pair lost another 0.04% today and is trading at 1.2204, which is the lowest level in seven weeks. The US dollar strengthened broadly earlier in the week amid rising yields on US bonds...
Japan's Economy Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said that bilateral trade negotiations between the United States and Japan will not begin until mid-June...
Kosei Shindo (Japan Iron and Steel Federation Chairman) said that the new import tariffs on steel introduced by the United States have not yet reached the Asian steel market, but said the industry was closely monitoring the situation for any future impact...
23 April, 2018
The German DAX stock index stays calm, despite German and Eurozone manufacturing PMIs fell in March. The DAX is trading at 12.547 level, having gained 0.05%...
Economists have warned that China's efforts to reduce dependence on debt and find a more sustainable way of growth of its economy could be thwarted due to a sharp trade dispute with the United States. But still, according to analysts, it's still too early to assess the direct impact of tariffs on China's economic growth and macro policies, since none of the recently announced tariffs has been implemented...
The US government bonds are approaching major milestones, as investors continue to sell the debt and faith in the global economy rebound holds, making riskier assets more appealing. That suggests the bond market is implying that the Fed will raise rates...
The euro fell after the release of weaker than expected data on the activity in the Eurozone manufacturing sector. The EUR/USD pair fell by 0.31% to the level of 1.2249. Markets await the European Central Bank policy decision on Thursday...
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