Shares Closed At Maximums, Incomes Rose
US shares remain firm. The NASDAQ is the strongest. It was supported by incomes from Facebook. Other businesses will release their earnings as well and traders will pay much attention to them. The reports are expected to perform rather impressive. The greenback stays weak after yesterday’s Fed meeting. Fed left federal funds rate objective at 1-1.25%. Members claimed that balance sheet tapering is likely to be started in September. Core inflation projection was decreased.
The Sterling rose to the maximum of ten months versus the dollar. Technically, the pound can also strengthen against euro and yen. Today, the United States will announce some valuable indicators. Particularly, core durable goods orders will be featured.