The US dollar slid against major currency rivals on Monday, while Asian markets and US stock futures both retreated, as investors fretted over US President Donald Trump’s new immigration ban and disappointing US economic growth data …
Stocks have rallied over the past couple weeks as (1) China drew down its foreign exchange reserves to stabilize its currency, (2) the Fed decided to delay its second rate hike, and (3) the Bank of Japan surprised the world with a …
- AUD/USD sell-off continues after reversing at 0.77 - Bonds are plummeting worldwide (yields higher), alongside a sell-off in global equities, correlation highest since 2008 - Fed’s Brainard today could add fuel to fire if Fed hike speculation …
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- The US Dollar has continued its down-trend by breaking to fresh lows today, and this has created sharp movements in key markets like major FX pairings, stocks and metals. Below, we go over how traders can approach setups in SPX500 …
New York, Jan 18 (IANS) The US dollar and stocks took a hit on Tuesday as investors pondered over comments from British Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit. Britain will leave the European single market, restrict access to the …
The US Dollar gained sharply on news that the FBI had again cleared Hilary Clinton of criminality in its email probe. Asian stock markets also took the news well, with big early gains for the ASX and Nikkei The reopening of the FBI’s …