By Hussein Sayyed Since the day that President-elect Donald Trump unexpectedly won the U.S. elections, the sliding gold price has signaled an unanticipated risk on investor mood. Instead of money flowing to safe-haven investments like gold, it appears that the markets are instead taking confidence from the end of uncertainty over who will lead the U.S.
By Tetsushi Kajimoto and Cynthia Kim TOKYO/SEOUL, Nov 20 – Asian currency policymakers are worried that the strengthening of the dollar on expectations of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s fiscal policies could be used by his administration as a stick to beat them with on trade protectionist grounds. China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan are already
BY Noureldeen Al Hammoury Crude Oil Rally Fades Since the beginning of the year, when oil producers decided to discuss the intention to freeze their oil production, crude oil prices recovered dramatically, moving from as low as $26 per barrel during January trading sessions to crossing the $50 threshold towards the end of May. However, the
BY Christopher Dembik September will be a busy month for investors given that nearly thirty main central bank meetings are scheduled this month. Since the Bank of England’s (BoE) last policy announcement, the total monthly amount in official global Quantitative Easing (QE) has reached almost 200 billion dollars, which corresponds to the cost of the war