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Unemployment in Japan in January 2018 fell to a minimum level in almost 25 years, indicating a continuing improvement in the labor market
The US President Donald Trump said on Thursday that the government is going to support the steel and aluminum industries by introducing import duties.
Asian shares fell on Thursday after becoming infected with the anxiety surrounding Wall Street, where the worst monthly activity was recorded in the last two years.
Oil market shows signs of growth due to lowered OPEC productions, however, shale extraction in the United States can change the market direction.
Draghi’s statement contained a softer appeal than discussed, which, may force the British financial intermediaries to pack their bags.
Capital outflows from the European stock market caused the Euro to rise against other currencies, while the Dollar declined due to the rally in bond demand and optimism in the stock market.
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Oil exports from the US rose last week to 2M barrels a day, almost reaching the October peak of 2.1M barrels.
Economists forecast that the central bank of Japan will adhere this year to the long-term government bonds goal of the 0% yield.
Dollar rally added confusion to the markets picture, where news about the supply disruptions and demand fluctuations make the price behaviour quite erratic.
The European economy crash, after an impressive breakthrough last year, could occur faster than expected, this was shown by the the PMI report of the Eurozone and the leading economies in the bloc.
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The Oil market finished on a strong, at the weak Dollar additionally created an impression of growth, but the gloomy prospects of overproduction force investors to take any positive news with great caution.
Japanese government debt appreciated in price on Friday following the take-off of the US bonds in the debt market.