US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo continues to rant on China’s national security legislation for Hong Kong, now noting, “with the ink barely dry on the draconian National Security Law, HK authorities are now removing books from libraries, banning political slogans, and requiring censorship in school
Gold kicked-off a fresh week on the defensive amid the upbeat market mood, although held onto the $1770 level. The stimulus expectations led rally on the global stocks could likely weigh on the safe-haven. Key technical levels to watch.
The Technical Confluences Indicator shows that the yellow metal
Canada and the UK posted negative growth, reflective of the severe economic conditions gripping the world’s major economies. There has been an improvement in the manufacturing and construction sectors, although most PMIs remain in contraction territory.
The British economy contracted in the second q
we did warned of the drop before it happen, when people was buying i sad the down move not ended yet, on my weekly utb outlook, and now after everyone giving up, i say the up move is ready to take 0ff, get ready and find your long term buy set up, don't be stuck in the little move down and
Economic sentiment from euro area and preliminary inflation from Germany are due on Thursday, headlining a busy day for the European economic news.
At 3.00 am ET, the Swedish National Institute of Economic Research is set to publish economic tendency survey results.
In the meantime, flash consumer p
Traders increased their open interest positions for yet another session on Thursday, this time by around 10.9K contracts, according to preliminary readings from CME Group. In the same line, volume rose for the third consecutive session, now by nearly 74.8K contracts.
Gold seen testing the 2020 high