The Virus Global stocks continue to be scared of the novel coronavirus spreading in and from China. The almost-pandemic aspect of the virus and the increasing number of victims will keep deeply worrying governments, health authorities, and financial markets worldwide. Intervention...
The latest statements by the Chinese officials suggest that the novel coronavirus is exponentially increasing its impact number of victims. Markets Infected According to the latest figures from the Chinese government, the coronavirus has so far infected 2.744 people in the...
Geopolitical developments rocking the world politics and markets will most likely remain the driving forces behind price changes in forex and stocks worldwide. Soleimani -Aftermath Prices in precious metals led by gold and the oil-dominated energy sector will remain vulnerable to the...
Markets in the US and Canada are closed on Monday due to the President’s Day and Family Day holidays in those countries, respectively. US — China talks — Trump This week will be a busy one due to a rush to find a solution to...
Brexit & EU summit European Union leaders convening Wednesday for an emergency Brexit summit, just two days before Britain’s current exit day set for April 12. UK’s Prime Minister Theresa May already requested three...
The Hong Kong bill passed with almost unanimous support from the United States Congress awaits a decision by President Donald Trump. The Hong Kong Factor Earlier reports last week suggested Trump was ready or pondering the signing of the Hong Kong...
In the Western hemisphere as pressure grows on the embattled Socialist President of Venezuela the nations of Latin America joined by the United States under the umbrella of the Lima Group will be discussing means to restore democracy in...
World markets through the week ahead will remain fixated on the developments in the long and exhausting Sino-US trade war. Along with that front, fluctuations in the Chinese yuan will be watched with concern as the US ponders means...
International markets this week will continue to watch at least two sources of major geopolitical concern, namely the Sino-American trade war and US-Iran military tensions in the Persian Gulf. Those two topics will be weighing on investors’ mood...
US President Donald Trump will sign the so-called Phase-1 of a yet to be reached wider trade deal with China at a ceremony at the White House on Wednesday. The Signing Ceremony China’s Vice Premier Liu He leads the Chinese delegation...

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