APAC should be hogging most traders’ attention in the first half of the coming week. China and New Zealand take the spotlight up to Wednesday. A sprinkling of US and European data helps to round out the offerings.
The trend of GDPUSD The US dollar and the pound were steady on Wednesday, and EU leaders are considering a request for a postponement of the Brexit, which is expected to extend the October 31 deadline by three months. European Council President Tusk said on Twitter late Tuesday that he has suggested that EU leaders […]
USDTRY dropped after Trump Speech On 23 October, US President Trump announced that the United States will lift sanctions against Turkey because of a “permanent” ceasefire agreement between Turkey and Kurdish armed groups. After the news came, the Turkish lira, ETF and government bonds rose. Turkey invaded northern Syria earlier this month, and Trump said […]