British trade and industrial output

Elevated Geopolitical Tensions Lifts Price of Gold and Sovereign Debt Prices

April 7, 2017

U.S. missiles bombed the Syrian airport from which the chemical weapons strike on Syrian rebels had been launched. Russian President Putin condemned the U.S. act, saying such has damaged relations with America. The ruble fell slightly more than 1%. Some wonder if this convenient sequence might in part have been orchestrated to dispel suspicion that […] More

Renewed Pressure on Ezone Peripheral Sovereign Debt

February 10, 2017

The dollar rose on speculation that details of growth-supporting U.S. tax reform will be unveiled within a couple of weeks. The U.S. currency rose 0.3% against the yen, euro and sterling, 0.2% relative to the Swiss franc and 0.1% vis-a-vis the Australian dollar and Chinese yuan. The Mexican peso recovered 0.3% following a 50-basis point […] More

Ahead of an Important U.S. Jobs Report

February 7, 2014

Overnight movements in the dollar have been limited to dips of 0.1% against the loonie and sterling and upticks of 0.3% versus the Aussie dollar and 0.1% vis-a-vis the yen and euro.  The dollar is also unchanged against the kiwi, yuan and Swiss franc. Share prices in the Pacific Rim climbed 2.2% in Japan, 1.6% […] More

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