Forex and Bitcoin news for Asia trading Tuesday 18 September 2018 US President Trump announced additional tariffs on $200B of Chinese goods. He added also that if china retaliated he’d impose tariffs on a further 267bn of imports. ‘Risk’ came under pressure with AUD one the bigger losers (not a huge drop). As the session
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More comments by ECB member Jozef Makuch Trump is like an “unguided missile” The unpredictability of his policies represent the biggest risk for the economy “He says something and in the end something else happens” Current slowdown in euro area growth driven by exports But projections for global economic development remain positive Says that ECB
Forex and Bitcoin news for Asia trading Monday 17 September 2018  Data today: Other: Over the weekend the Wall Street Journal reported US President Trump is expected to announce additional tariffs on $200B of Chinese goods as early as Monday. The journal cited an unnamed senior administration official. In turn China trotted out their own
Its a week on the quiet side for Australian economic data, with lower-tier releases: Tuesday: Weekly consumer confidence from ANZ/Roy Morgan RBA minutes (September meeting)  ABS Q2 house prices (dated given monthly data from CoreLogic) Wednesday: Westpac leading index for August RBA Assistant Governor Christopher Kent (Financial Markets) speech – topic is Money Creation  Its
How to navigate a path through an upcoming risk event A risk event is any market event that the market is anticipating. For example, this could be an anticipated rate statement, a speech from a central banker, or a long awaited trade deal announcement like Brexit or Nafta. There are two key ways to trade
The greater fool theory explains almost every bubble Some things have an intrinsic value. The most-obvious example is a stock with a dividend. The absolute floor for an equity is its dividend and so long as their is a profitable business behind it, the value is a multiple of that dividend. Other things don’t have