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Day: July 4, 2018

Dollar Eyes Fed Minutes ahead of Jobs Report and Tariffs

The Fed will release the minutes from its June policy meeting on Thursday, at 1800 GMT. Not only did policymakers raise interest rates for a second time this year at that gathering, they also revised higher their rate-path projections to signal a total of four hikes in 2018, from three previously. The minutes may shine …

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Investors Look to Safe Havens as Trade Worries Linger

Here are the latest developments in global markets: FOREX: With US markets being closed for Independence Day and trade risks discouraging investors from buying the dollar ahead of a deadline on Friday, when US import tariffs on $34 billion Chinese goods will take effect, the dollar was marginally down on the day against the safe-haven …

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Germany’s massive trade surplus ‘is becoming toxic,’ economist says

Germany exporting more than it imports is becoming a big problem for its economy, a director from the country’s closely-watched Ifo Institute said Wednesday. “(The trade surplus) is turning out to be an increasing issue, not just with the U.S. but with other trade partners as well, and also within the European Union,” Gabriel Felbermayr, …

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Poor wage growth down to ‘superstar’ tech firms, OECD says

The emergence of “superstar” tech firms is hurting the pay packets of workers, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said Wednesday. The OECD’s annual employment outlook said wage growth in many countries it examined is failing to keep pace with improvements in productivity. Wage growth after factoring in inflation has slowed, on average, …

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Dollar Broadly in Red ahead of Holiday, Risk Aversion Continues

Investor sentiments remain generally pessimistic. US stocks attempted for rebound in shortened session overnight but failed. DOW ended losing -132.36 pts or -0.54%. S&P 500 dropped -0.49% while NASDAQ declined -0.86%. Safe haven flows limited treasuries with 10 year yield dropped -0.028 to 2.838. Selloff continues in Asia with Nikkei down -0.22% at the time …

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India’s massive state banks are in trouble. That’s great news for some

India’s banking sector crisis has left most state lenders hamstrung with mounting levels of bad loans, investigations into fraud and restricted growth opportunities. Amid that storm, private banks are set to emerge as winners. India’s public-sector financial institutions control about 70 percent of all banking assets in the country, but they have the highest exposure …

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