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One trader lost $19 million on the Turkey turmoil — here are the winners and losers from the crisis, by Will Martin

One trader lost $19 million on the Turkey turmoil — here are the winners and losers from the crisis, by Will Martin The collapse of the Turkish lira is the big story in global markets. A big winner has been Deutsche Bank’s CEEMEA desk, which made $35 million over two …

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New Zealand bonds close up on investor uncertainty over turkey’s political chaos; Q2 producer price index eyed

New Zealand bonds close up on investor uncertainty over turkey’s political chaos; Q2 producer price index eyed The New Zealand bonds closed up on Wednesday as investors still remain uncertain over Turkey’s political chaos, although sentiments have started to stabilize, with the CBRT’s invention to adopt measures in controlling the …

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Asia roundup: antipodeans hit multi-month lows, Dollar index at 13-month peak amid growing fears over Turkey, Asian shares plunge over 1pct – Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

Asia roundup: antipodeans hit multi-month lows, Dollar index at 13-month peak amid growing fears over Turkey, Asian shares plunge over 1pct – Wednesday, August 15th, 2018 Market Roundup China says U.S. solar tariffs violate trade rules, lodges WTO complaint China to ensure achievement of annual growth target despite trade war …

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America’s roundup: Dollar index touches highest since June 2017, Wall street gains, Gold advances, Oil slips as strong Dollar pressures, equities gains support-august 15th,2018

America’s roundup: Dollar index touches highest since June 2017, Wall street gains, Gold advances, Oil slips as strong Dollar pressures, equities gains support-august 15th,2018 Market Roundup • Erdogan says Turkey will boycott US electronics, lira steadies. • Russia backs non-dollar trade with Turkey, no promise of help amid lira crisis. …

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Japanese Govt. Bonds tad higher despite better-than-expected Q2 gdp; capital expenditure remains robust

Japanese Govt. Bonds tad higher despite better-than-expected Q2 gdp; capital expenditure remains robust Japanese government bonds remained tad higher on the last trading day of the week as investors have largely shrugged-off the better-than-expected gross domestic product (GDP) for the second quarter of this year, released late yesterday. In addition, …

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Australian bonds gain along with U.S. treasuries due to escalating trade war worries

Australian bonds gain along with U.S. treasuries due to escalating trade war worries Australian government bonds gained across the board on Thursday after China retaliated with USD16 billion tariffs on U.S. imported goods, injecting more fear in investors about a full-fledged trade war between the U.S. and China. The yield …

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New Zealand bonds fall at close after global dairy prices remain unchanged; attention turns to rbnz’s monetary policy meeting

New Zealand bonds fall at close after global dairy prices remain unchanged; attention turns to rbnz’s monetary policy meeting New Zealand bonds closed lower Wednesday after global dairy prices remained unchanged at the latest GlobalDairyTrade (GDT) price auction, held early today ahead of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s (RBNZ) …

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Europe roundup: Sterling trims losses after BOE hikes interest rate, Dollar index near 2-week peak amid renewed U.S. China trade tensions, European shares slump – Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 

Europe roundup: Sterling trims losses after BOE hikes interest rate, Dollar index near 2-week peak amid renewed U.S. China trade tensions, European shares slump – Thursday, August 2nd, 2018  Market Roundup EUR/USD -0.38%, USD/JPY -0.19%, GBP/USD -0.35%, EUR/GBP -0.06% DXY 0.35%, DAX -1.76%, FTSE -1.07%, Brent -0.35%, Gold 0.06% BOJ …

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Asia roundup: Aussie gains on upbeat economic data, Yen eases as BOJ pledges to keep rates low, Asian shares consolidate – Tuesday, 31st July, 2018

Asia roundup: Aussie gains on upbeat economic data, Yen eases as BOJ pledges to keep rates low, Asian shares consolidate – Tuesday, 31st July, 2018 Market Roundup BOJ adopts forward guidance on rates, makes framework flexible Japan Jun Jobs/applicants Ratio, 1.62, 1.60 f’cast, 1.60 prev Japan Jun Unemployment Rate, 2.4%, …

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Japanese Govt. Bonds jump after BOJ remains steady in monetary policy decision; flexible on future rates depending on economic conditions

Japanese Govt. Bonds jump after BOJ remains steady in monetary policy decision; flexible on future rates depending on economic conditions The Japanese government bonds jumped Tuesday after the Bank of Japan (BoJ) remained on hold at its monetary policy decision, unveiled early today but decided to remain flexible on interest …

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