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America’s roundup: Dollar drifts higher, but outlook bleak on U.S. political uncertainty, Wall street falls on renewed trade war fears, Gold slides, Oil edges up after choppy session on mixed U.S. Crude stocks data-march 15th. 2018

America’s roundup: Dollar drifts higher, but outlook bleak on U.S. political uncertainty, Wall street falls on renewed trade war fears, Gold slides, Oil edges up after choppy session on mixed U.S. Crude stocks data-march 15th. 2018 Market Roundup • In warning for Trump, Democrats claim win in Pennsylvania. • Kudlow …

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Australian 10-year bond yield touches 1-week low, follows U.S. treasuries

Australian 10-year bond yield touches 1-week low, follows U.S. treasuries Australian bonds rallied on Wednesday following firmness in the U.S. Treasuries as lower inflation data and news that President Donald Trump had ousted Secretary of State Rex Tillerson pushed investors towards safe-haven buying. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which …

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Japanese Yen trades marginally lower after monetary policy meeting minutes, core machinery orders data

Japanese Yen trades marginally lower after monetary policy meeting minutes, core machinery orders data USD/JPY is currently trading around 106.68 marks. It made intraday high at 106.74 and low at 106.39 levels. Intraday bias remains neutral for the moment. A daily close above 106.57 will take the parity higher towards …

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EUR/JPY breaks past 132 handle, Euro boosted by ecb’s Philip lane’s comments

EUR/JPY breaks past 132 handle, Euro boosted by ecb’s Philip lane’s comments EUR/JPY spikes above 132 handle as the single currency was boosted by ECB governing council board member Philip Lane’s comments. Lane said that there is no concern about current Euro level and that the ECB must judge implications …

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Australian bonds tad higher in subdued trade; private business confidence index disappoints

Australian bonds tad higher in subdued trade; private business confidence index disappoints Australian bonds remained tad higher during Asian session Tuesday amid a subdued trading day that witnessed data of little economic significance. Also, the country’s private consumer confidence index disappointed market participants, thus partly dragging investors into safe-haven buying. …

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