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Europe roundup: Sterling firm above 1.3900, Dollar eases across the board on U.S. government shutdown, European shares advance – Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Europe roundup: Sterling firm above 1.3900, Dollar eases across the board on U.S. government shutdown, European shares advance – Monday, January 22nd, 2018 Market Roundup EUR/USD 0.37%, USD/JPY -0.06%, GBP/USD 0.43%, EUR/GBP -0.07% DXY -0.17%, DAX flat, FTSE 0.06%, Brent 0.01%, Gold 0.18% U.S. government workers awake to shutdown, Senate …

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FxWirePro: Personnel changes in BoJ and RBNZ to impact upside-down in NZD/JPY – OTC outlook and hedging strategies

Personnel changes in BoJ and RBNZ to impact upside-down in NZD/JPY – OTC outlook and hedging strategies Speaking of the BoJ as the Japanese central bank scheduled for its first monetary policy in 2018. The bank’s personnel change would rather be in emphasis in January and February as Governor Kuroda’s …

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German bunds continue downtrend tracking U.S. treasuries ahead of ZEW (Centre for European Economic Research) economic sentiment

German bunds continue downtrend tracking U.S. treasuries ahead of ZEW (Centre for European Economic Research) economic sentiment The German bunds remained on the downside Monday, tracking similar movement in the U.S. Treasuries after investors had largely ignored the impact of a government shutdown, following no decision over the country’s tax …

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Asia roundup: antipodeans steady near recent peaks, Dollar eases on U.S. government shutdown, Asian shares decline – Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Asia roundup: antipodeans steady near recent peaks, Dollar eases on U.S. government shutdown, Asian shares decline – Monday, January 22nd, 2018 Market Roundup The government still shut down on Monday as U.S. Senate fails to clinch a deal. Merkel readies for intense German coalition talks after tight SPD vote. Japan …

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Trump’s trade decisions

Progress for German politics is buoying the euro, the U.S. and China may be headed toward a trade war, and North Korea visits Seoul. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about. U.S.-China Trade-Clash Fears (Bloomberg)-The next month will be crucial in signaling whether U.S. President Donald Trump’s threats to get tough …

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