The anti-risk Yen fell as markets cheered a meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un. The role of China in brokering it may prove most significant.
Crude oil prices are unlikely to find lasting direction in the outcome of a meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un as markets focus on OPEC supply trends.
All eyes are on Donald Trump’s meeting with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore which is likely to produce volatility in shares and the forex market.
After a disappointing G7 leaders’ summit, can Asian shares thrive on optimism ahead of Donald Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong Un? Or will the Yen rise on renewed US auto tariff threats?
Mr Trump is likely to stay at the Shangri-La Hotel, with Mr Kim residing at The St Regis. Mr Trump, who was in Canada for the G-7 summit, tweeted at 4.58am (Singapore time) that he […]
The President has slapped a 25% duty on steel and 10% on aluminium, which the Prime Minister described as “deeply regrettable” Theresa May has blasted Donald Trump over his “deeply regrettable” steel tariffs and warned […]
Gold prices dropped on Monday on renewed expectations of a U.S.-North Korea summit, while a firm dollar added pressure on the market. Spot gold fell 0.3 percent to $1,297.71 per ounce. U.S. gold futures for […]
Consumer sentiment in the U.S. settled back to a four-month low in May amid less-favorable buying conditions for homes and big-ticket items, according to a University of Michigan report Friday. Sentiment remains elevated by historical […]
While Ray Dalio initially praised Trump after his election, the founder of the world’s biggest hedge fund subsequently grew increasingly concerned and sour on the president, warning that populism is “more likely than not to […]
Geithner’s idea was politely rejected. But what he tried to do highlighted the level of concern among policymakers over the growth in global current account and trade imbalances since 2000. These political concerns have intensified […]