USD/CNY News, Page 1
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The Week Ahead – Brexit, Earnings, Monetary Policy and Stats Are in Focus
It’s a big week ahead. Britain leaves the EU, Trump’s defense team is in action, corporate earnings are in focus, and the FED and the BoE are in action.
The Weekly Wrap – Monetary Policy, Economic Data and the Coronavirus Drove the Markets
It was a tough week. While economic data was skewed to the positive, the coronavirus and dovish sentiment towards monetary policy also influenced.
Australian Dollar Could Slide After Phase One Deal
The U.S-China trade war has dampened the Australian economy, as China is a key trading partner for Australia. The Phase One trade accord could weigh on the Australian dollar, as a Chinese commitment to purchase more U.S. goods could come at the expense of Australian exports.
China and U.S. Sign Phase One, But Plenty of Problems Lie Ahead
The U.S .and China signed the ‘Phase One’ trade agreement, after years of a bitter trade war between the sides. Still, the accord is only a first step, as some U.S. tariffs will remain in place.
U.S. Treasury Removes China as Currency Manipulator
The U.S. has formally removed China as a currency manipulator, just ahead of the signing of the ‘Phase 1’ deal. Given its past record, will China really change its ways?
Taiwan Election Poses Challenge for China, U.S.
In Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen, who favors independence, won a landslide victory. This will pose a challenge for both China and the United States, as the tense relationship between Tapei and Beijing could worsen.
The Week Ahead – Corporate Earnings, Stats, and Geopolitics to Deliver More Volatility
The focus will be on Iran and the signing of the U.S – China phase 1 trade agreement. Any shocks and expect risk aversion to bite.
The Weekly Wrap – Brexit, Iran, and Economic Data Drove the Majors in the Week
It was a particularly choppy week for the markets. The Middle East, Brexit, and economic data were all in focus throughout the week.
China Faces Manufacturing Exodus as Trade War Takes It Toll
The trade war has hurt the Chinese economy, with manufacturing particularly hard-hit. Higher tariffs have triggered a manufacturing exodus, which could have negative ramifications for the global economy.
China and the U.S to Sign Phase 1 Deal on January 15th
The U.S. and China reached a limited trade deal in December and a signing ceremony is scheduled for next week. The markets are hopeful that the sides will continue to make progress, as the ongoing trade war has taken its toll on the global economy.
The Weekly Wrap – Sentiment Towards Trade and the Middle East Overshadowed the Stats
It was a mixed week, as risk appetite hit reverse in the 2nd half of the week in response to U.S military action in the Middle East.
Trump Says Phase 1 Deal to be Signed on Jan. 15
President Trump has pointed to the ‘Phase 1’ trade deal with China as a major achievement. This week, Trump tweeted that the deal would be signed on Jan. 15, but the Chinese are yet to confirm this date.
The Weekly Wrap – A Trade Deal Delivers Trump That Weaker Dollar
In a quiet week on the data front and with volumes on the lighter side, it was the USD that hit reverse as sentiment towards trade supported riskier assets.
The Week Ahead – The ECB, the FED, the UK General Election and Trade in Focus
It’s a big week ahead, with the ECB, the FED, trade, and the UK General Election in focus. Expect the stats to play second fiddle in the week.
The Weekly Wrap – The Greenback Had the Final Say in a Busy Week
A bounce back in the Dollar and equity market rally on Friday painted a different picture of what preceded the U.S labor market figures.
The Week Ahead – Brexit, Earnings, Stats and the IMF and EU Summit in Focus
It is a big week ahead, with corporate earnings, trade talks, Brexit and economic data in focus. There’s also the IFM meetings and the EU Summit.
The Weekly Wrap – Progress on Brexit and Trade Delivered in the Week
Brexit news and progress on the U.S – China trade talks drove demand for riskier assets in the week, pinning back demand for the Dollar and the Yen.