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Bloomberg: Yen Climbs as BOJ in Focus; Asian Stocks Mixed: Markets Wrap
The yen climbed and Japanese government bonds slid on speculation that the Bank of Japan may debate some fine tuning in its stimulus policy. Asian stocks were mixed. [more...]

Bloomberg: China’s Stealth Yuan Devaluation Catching Trump’s Attention
For more than a month, China seemed to be enjoying the advantage of exchange-rate depreciation without the global backlash and panicky capital outflows that accompanied the bout of yuan weakening in 2015. Then Donald Trump took issue. [more...]

Bloomberg: Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day
The world’s biggest economies warn of fallout from the trade war, which threatens to spill into currencies after Trump comments roiled markets. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about today. [more...]

Bloomberg: Currency War Erupts, Threatening to Ripple Across Global Markets
The currency war has arrived. So say some of the best and brightest in the $5.1 trillion-per-day foreign-exchange market. U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday accused China and the European Union of “manipulating their currencies and interest rates lower.”  [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump Warns Iran’s Rouhani to ‘Never, Ever Threaten’ the U.S.
U.S. President Donald Trump launched a new broadside against Iran, warning of unspecified “consequences” if counterpart Hassan Rouhani continues threatening America. [more...]
Bloomberg: Emerging Markets at Mercy of Falling Yuan as Currency War Looms
China’s yuan is back at the top of emerging-market investor worries as the deepening standoff between the U.S. and China over trade threatens to evolve into a currency battle. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bank of Japan Offers Unlimited Bond Buying After Yields Jump
A dramatic morning in Japan’s debt market saw yields surge on media reports of possible changes to the nation’s ultra-loose monetary policy, spurring the central bank to offer to buy an unlimited amount of bonds at a fixed-rate operation. [more...]
Bloomberg: Flailing Euro Is Unlikely to Find Any Succor From ECB Meeting
The euro has been treading water. It is unlikely to find a rescuing hand from the European Central Bank, whose policy makers meet this week. While analysts expect the shared currency to strengthen as the year progresses, conviction in that view is shaky, with strategists having pared their calls recently.  [more...]
Reuters: Asian stocks ease, dollar near two-week lows on Trump comments
Asian shares dipped on Monday on fears of more protectionist measures from the United States while the dollar declined against major currencies after U.S. President Donald Trump criticized the Federal Reserve’s tightening policy. [more...]
Reuters: Dollar under pressure on Trump comments, yen up on prospect of BOJ tweaks
The dollar slumped against major peers on Monday, knocked lower by U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments on the greenback’s strength while the yen spiked on reports Japan’s central bank is debating moves to reduce its massive monetary stimulus. [more...]
CNBC: Ryanair says summer fares weaker than expected, warns of more strikes
Ryanair on Monday warned that average fares would be lower than expected during its key summer period due to high competition, unusually hot weather in Northern Europe and uncertainty caused by a series of strikes. [more...]
CNBC: The pitfalls of selling a ‘shared ownership’ property in London’s sluggish market
I’m trying to sell my two-bedroom apartment in London and it’s becoming a bit of a nightmare as the capital’s property market continues to see demand decline. [more...]
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