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The dollar wallowed near a one-month low against a basket of currencies on Friday, while currencies like the Australian and Canadian dollars were at two-month highs thanks to firmer commodity prices.The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies was little changed at 92.659 after slipping 0.4 percent overnight to 92.573, its lowest since Nov. 27.The index was on track to lose 0.5 percent this month.It will likely end the year down more than 9 percent, its worst showing since 2003, and a Reuters poll showed it is expected to lose a bit more ground against other major currencies next ...
发布时间: 2017 - 12 - 29
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The dollar was on the defensive on Thursday, facing headwinds from a dip in U.S. 10-year bond yields, while commodity-linked currencies were bolstered by this week's rally in metal and oil prices. The dollar's index against a basket of six major currencies last stood at 92.980, languishing near Wednesday's trough of 92.956, its weakest level since Dec. 1. "Bond yields have pulled back from their peaks and the dollar is trading with a soft tone," said Satoshi Okagawa, senior global markets analyst at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation in Singapore, referring to a pullback i...
发布时间: 2017 - 12 - 28
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The dollar was little changed against a basket of currencies on Tuesday as traders brushed off encouraging Japanese inflation data and Bank of Japan minutes that signaled policy-makers favored sticking to a loose monetary policy.Currency trading volume was light as London and many major financial centers remained closed after the Christmas holiday."The market is going to be quiet for the balance of the week," said Jason Leinwand, chief executive officer of FirstLine FX Currency Strategy in Randolph, New Jersey.The greenback is expected to be supported into early 2018 in the aftermath...
发布时间: 2017 - 12 - 27
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The dollar was steady in holiday-thinned trading on Tuesday, shrugging off upbeat Japanese economic data as most market participants have already closed their books for the year.Markets in Australia and Hong Kong remained closed after Monday's Christmas holiday, and many financial centers in Europe will also be shut on Tuesday.The euro was steady at $1.1871. The single currency gave up some ground last week after Catalan separatists won a regional election, deepening Spain's political crisis in a sharp rebuke to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and European Union leaders who backed him.Against the...
发布时间: 2017 - 12 - 26
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The euro slipped against the dollar on Friday after Catalan separatists won a regional election, stoking concerns about the possible break-up of the euro zone's fourth-largest economy. Spain's government had hoped that the Catalan election would strip pro-independence parties of their control of the regional parliament and end their campaign to force a split. But with 96 percent of ballots counted in a vote to elect Catalonia's regional parliament, separatist parties are seen winning 70 seats out of 135. The euro fell as much as 0.4 percent to $1.1817 in the Asian trading session, be...
发布时间: 2017 - 12 - 25
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The dollar edged higher on Thursday after two days of losses in light trading, lifted by generally positive U.S. data and a tax overhaul plan that could prompt the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates at a faster-than-expected pace. Still, the U.S. currency was on track to post its worst yearly performance in 14 years. That said, the medium-term outlook for the dollar has turned a little more positive than what many on Wall Street had priced in, with expected rate hikes from the Fed next year and, at the very least, modest benefits from the U.S. tax program. U.S. economic data of ...
发布时间: 2017 - 12 - 22
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According to the Xinhua news agency, people in Peru were demonstrations on 28 days to protest President Kuczynski's pardon, Fujimori, a former president who was sentenced to 25 years in prison. At about 5 pm local time, thousands of protesters from the old capital city of Lima "May 2nd square" of the main street through several city, ending at the naval hero park. Demonstrators holding against the pardon Fujimori banner, shouting "Fujimori" guilty "cancel the pardon" and other slogans. Sophia, a university woman teacher, said that Fujimori had committed ...
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Italian Prime Minister Jantironi said in a cabinet statement on 28th that Italy's new parliamentary elections will be held on March 4th, Xinhua reported. The statement came after President Mattarella announced the dissolution of the current parliament on the same day. Local media said the date of the election had opened a new round of political rivalry between political parties in Italy. According to the statement, the Italian cabinet also decided to set the date of the first session of the new parliament on March 23rd next year. Jantironi held an annual press conference earlier...
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that a blast that ripped through a St Petersburg supermarket was an act of terrorism and that security forces whose lives were threatened by terrorist suspects should shoot to kill if necessary. Putin was speaking on Thursday at an awards ceremony in the Kremlin for Russian personnel who served in Syria. "You know that yesterday in St Petersburg a terrorist act was carried out," Putin told the audience, referring to the explosion that injured 13 shoppers in a branch of the Perekrestok supermarket chain. Investigators ha...
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U.S. oil prices hit their highest levels since mid-2015 on the last trading day of the year as an unexpected fall in American production, as well as a fall in commercial crude inventories, stoked buying. In international markets, Brent crude oil futures were also up, supported by ongoing supply cuts by top producers OPEC and Russia. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $60.16 a barrel at 0210 GMT, up 33 cents or 0.5 percent from their last close. The rise saw WTI hitting its highest level since June 2015 on the final trading day of 2017. Brent crude futures -...
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2017 - 12 - 29
European markets moved lower on Thursday amid a light holiday-week of trade seen across markets worldwide. The STOXX Europe 600 closed provisionally down 0.33 percent, with most indices trading in the red or around the flatline. The U.K.'s FTSE 100 held its value on average, as miners ticked higher. Trade was relatively lighter than usual on Thursday as markets across the globe try and get back to business amid the break between the holidays and New Year. One of the best performers on the index was retailer Steinhoff, up 2.98 percent, despite a downgrade by Moody's. Meantim...
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2017 - 12 - 29
Gold prices on Friday held steady near a one-month high hit in the previous session, but were on track for their best year since 2010, mainly driven by a softer dollar and political uncertainties around the globe.Spot gold was little changed at $1,294.70 an ounce at 0041 GMT, having hit its highest since Nov. 29 at $1,295.21 in the previous session.Gold benefited from a technically-driven momentum after closing above its 100-day moving average on Wednesday for the first time since late November, analysts said.Spot gold has gained over 1.5 percent so far this week in what could be its third str...
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2017 - 12 - 29
The dollar wallowed near a one-month low against a basket of currencies on Friday, while currencies like the Australian and Canadian dollars were at two-month highs thanks to firmer commodity prices.The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies was little changed at 92.659 after slipping 0.4 percent overnight to 92.573, its lowest since Nov. 27.The index was on track to lose 0.5 percent this month.It will likely end the year down more than 9 percent, its worst showing since 2003, and a Reuters poll showed it is expected to lose a bit more ground against other major currencies next ...
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2017 - 12 - 29
The Dow Jones industrial average led the major indexes higher Thursday, notching a record close on the second-to-last trading day of the year. It was the Dow's 71st record close for the year.The index added 63.21 points to close at 24,837.51, with UnitedHealth and IBM contributing the most to the gains. The Dow did not hit an intraday high, but remains less than 0.2 percent away.As of Thursday's close, the Dow was on pace for slight weekly gains. The last time the Dow rose in each of the final six full weeks of the year was in 1954. That does not include weeks encompassing two different years....
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2017 - 12 - 29
U.S. government debt yields rose on Thursday after economic data showed the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits was unchanged and the Chicago PMI beat expectations.The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was higher at around 2.431 percent at 1:16 p.m. ET, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was up at 2.761 percent. Bond yields move inversely to prices.This week, trade is expected to be lighter across global markets as investors await the start of a new year.U.S. stocks finished Wednesday slightly higher, while U.S. government debt yields slipped yesterday, fo...
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