• Daily wrap up – 18 September

    18 Sep 2017 06:21 PM |

    The start of the week's trading was fairly calm, but it saw some notable movements in the US dollar as well as US stocks, which recorded their highest levels historically as market fears about North Korea firing a new missile faded and the focus shifted to the Fed meeting on Wednesday evening.

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  • Daily wrap up – 29 August

    29 Aug 2017 06:37 PM |

    The global stock markets have been affected this morning and most investors have turned to safe haven assets after North Korea provoked the Japanese side by launching a missile over northern Japan to fall into the Pacific and spark renewed political tensions with the United States.

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  • Dollar, yen gain as European political nerves weigh

    30 May 2017 10:36 AM |

    By Reuters : A new round of political worries over Greece, Italy and Britain had European currencies on the retreat against the dollar on Tuesday, the resulting bleaker mood on stock markets also pushing the yen broadly higher.

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  • Japan's April exports seen up for fifth straight month, core CPI to accelerate

    19 May 2017 03:14 PM |

    By  Reuters : Japan's exports were expected to rise for a fifth straight month in April, a Reuters poll found on Friday, supported by global demand especially from Asia and affirming the outlook for an export-led recovery.

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  • Bitcoin hits $1,900 to reach record high with market cap up $4 billion this week alone

    19 May 2017 01:26 PM |

    By CNBC : Bitcoin broke through the $1,900 mark for the first time on Friday, hitting an all-time high, driven by global political uncertainty and key developments within the cryptocurrency world.
    The digital currency was trading at around $1943.99 on Friday morning and had moved as high as $1934.24, according to Coindesk's bitcoin price index. The current level marks a more than 6.8 percent rise from a week ago.

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