Euroland unemployment and CPI

Last Day of May Chocked Full of News

May 31, 2017

There’s an official report today that President Trump has decided to pull the United States out of the Paris climate change accord. White House advisers had been split on this issue. With Britain’s election set for a week from tomorrow, polls reflect a continuing narrowing of the Conservative Party’s lead. A 2.8% overnight plunge in […] More

Overseas Share Prices Didn’t Follow Yesterday’s U.S. Rally

March 2, 2017

Stocks were mixed in the Pacific Rim. While Australia’s bourse climbed 1.3% and the Japanese and Indonesian markets went up 0.8%, stocks fell 0.2% in Hong Kong and 0.5% in India. In Europe, the Greek and Spanish markets are flat, and the German and British ones have dipped 0.1%. U.S. futures are a tad down. […] More

End of August

August 31, 2016

Investors are less worried about European growth and more confident the Fed will lift rates soon at the end of the month than they were at the start of August. A lot of data was released on this final trading session of the month. The dollar is down 0.4% against sterling. Britain’s Nationwide house price […] More

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