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Bloomberg: Stocks Resume Slide on Tariff Worries; Dollar Dips: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia dropped as the U.S. threat of higher tariffs on imports from China continued to reverberate through global markets. The dollar slipped against most major peers. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Stocks Slump After China Trade Outlook Sours: Markets Wrap
U.S. equities fell by the most since March as investors remained on edge over President Donald Trump’s threat to increase tariffs on billions of dollars of imports from China. Oil dropped and the yen strengthened. [more...]
Bloomberg: China Hawks Gain Upper Hand as Trump Squeezes Beijing Over Trade
The China hawks in Donald Trump’s orbit find themselves with the upper hand after the president turned the screws on Beijing for allegedly reneging on a key promise in high-stakes trade talks. [more...]
Bloomberg: Lyft Tries to Assure Investors That Losses Will Drop in 2020
In its first financial report since going public, Lyft Inc. exceeded analysts’ sales expectations and assured investors that its hefty losses will decrease next year. [more...]
Bloomberg: Chinese Oil Imports Surge to Record as Iranian Crude Stockpiled
China’s crude imports climbed to a record last month as a drive to stock up on Iranian oil before exemptions from U.S. sanctions expired on May 2 offset the effect of maintenance shutdowns by local refiners. [more...]
Bloomberg: South African Assets Signal Rising Anxiety as Election Nears
South African assets are signaling increasing investor anxiety about Wednesday’s election, with the fate of the rand and government bonds tied to the extent of the ruling African National Congress’ expected majority and what that implies for policy. [more...]
Reuters: Sleepy equity options jolted by renewed U.S.-China trade tensions
Months of calm in U.S. stocks gave way to a surge in activity in the options market on Tuesday as investors spooked by escalating trade tensions between the United States and China boosted Wall Street’s so-called fear gauge to the highest level in three months. [more...]
Reuters: China will keep calm in face of trade talk challenges: People's Daily
China will keep calm against threats of higher tariffs from the United States and has “complete confidence” in its ability to face challenges in trade talks, a commentary in China’s top newspaper said on Wednesday. [more...]
CNBC: China says its April trade surplus was $13.84 billion, far below expectations
China posted a big miss in its overall trade surplus for April, as exports unexpectedly fell and imports surprisingly rose. The numbers came on Wednesday as the trade impasse between the U.S. and China continues to drag on. [more...]
CNBC: Hackers steal over $40 million worth of bitcoin from one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges
Hackers have stolen over $40 million worth of bitcoin from Binance, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, the company said on Tuesday. Binance said the hackers ran off with over 7,000 bitcoin and used a variety of attack methods to carry out the “large scale security breach” which occurred on Tuesday. [more...]
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The currency strength meter gives you a quick visual guide to which currencies are currently strong, and which ones are weak. The meter measures the strength of all forex cross pairs and applies calculations on them to determine the overall strength for each individual currency. For example, if EUR is strong and USD is weak, it could mean that the currency pair EURUSD could be going up. If both currencies are strong or weak it is better to avoid since it will probably means there is no clear direction for the specific pair.
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