Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump called Monday for barring all Muslims from entering the United States.
President Barack Obama delivered a major Oval Office address on Sunday night, seeking to reassure the nation about threats facing the US days after the deadliest terrorist attack on
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British fighter jets targeted an oilfield held by ISIS in their first airstrikes in Syria, the British defense ministry said.
The shooting at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino is the deadliest mass shooting in the United States since the shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary
21.11 - Stocks push higher, Euro bounces back
Stocks are looking stronger today as markets sentiment improves. In currencies, the Euro is steady against other major currencies after a big 1-day fall yesterday. Later today, the Fed will give further clues about the state of the U.S. economy. Elsewhere, Oil prices was a touch higher earlier, Bitcoin prices took a hit after a Crypto heist. Here are some big news that will affect today’s trading.
20.11 - A new trading week kicks off now
The Euro opens the week on a positive note, recovering from sharp losses. Global stocks are mostly lower as the bull market is showing signs of winding down. U.S. tax reform remains on the headlines as investors await new developments. Elsewhere, Bitcoin is trading steady above the $8,000 level. Here are the big things to know for today’s trading.
17.11 - Bitcoin breaks $8,000 level, USD pulls back
Markets are seeing mixed movements this Friday with commodities and stocks going mostly up while the USD is losing weight. Earlier, the world’s biggest and most popular crypto currency – Bitcoin, has broken the $8000 level for the first time ever. Elsewhere, Oil prices were set for weekly losses despite recent jump of 1% in value. Finally, Tesla just made a surprise announcement. Here are the big things to know for today.
16.11 - It's a big day for the U.S. economy
Thursday is an important day for the global economy, most of the focus will be on U.S. economic developments. U.S. Congress is set to vote on Trump’s tax reform policy later today. Meanwhile, global stocks are looking to improve their performance after recent losing sessions. In the U.K. the Bank of England will give further insights about the economy. These are the big things to know for today’s trading.
15.11 - Investors are on selling mood the Wednesday
Markets are trading mostly lower on Wednesday as stocks and USD look weaker. The Euro is gaining weight on the expense of the Dollar on concerns that trump’s tax reforms will be delayed. Oil prices are also falling at the moment amid doubts made by the International Energy Agency about the tightening of the fuel markets. Elsewhere, the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela is only getting worse. These are the big things to know for today’s trading.
13.11 - British PM in trouble, Alibaba sales skyrocket
Sentiment in global markets is somewhat negative today as investors are taking caution. In the U.K. problems are mounting for the PM Theresa May as parliament members show their lack of appreciation. Elsewhere, Bitcoin keeps showing big swing after dropping 20% on the weekend. In China, giant Alibaba just broke another record sale for one business day. Here are the big things to know for today.
10.11 - Trump continues to make headlines in Asia tour
U.S. President Trump continues his tour in Asia after visiting China yesterday saying he “don’t blame China for taking advantage of previous U.S. administrations. Meanwhile, the dollar is looking weaker today amid tax reform uncertainty as Gold prices slipped a bit after investors took profits. Elsewhere, Oil prices continue to trade at 2-year highs levels. These are the big things to know this Friday.
09.11 - All you need to know for today's trading
Markets are entering negative territory this Thursday amid uncertainty over U.S. tax reform delays and Trump’s tour in Asia. The Dollar remained under pressure which boosted demand for Gold. Elsewhere, Brexit talks continue in Brussels today between U.K. and EU leaders. Oil remains on multi-year highs as optimism about output cuts boosted prices. Here are the biggest things to know ahead of today’s trading.