During the conference in Hague, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the EU would find a backstop solution by October 31 (Brexit deadline).
Evergreen buck goes down on Trump’s menace to veto spending bill
On Friday, the evergreen buck turned to be lower versus a pack of other main rivals. It’s because worries of a global trade conflict kept the US currency down. As for another crucial factor, it was Donald Trump’s outrageous threat to have the spending bill vetoed.
Appreciating the US currency’s value versus a trade-weighted group of six leading rivals, the US dollar index headed south 0.30% coming up with a reading of 89.20.
On Thursday, Trump rolled out duties on $50 billion worth of China’s imports in response to this Asian country’s unfair capture of American intellectual property.
As for China, this country instantly responded with plans to impose its own duties against the United States, thus driving worries among traders of a global trade conflict.
The key US bank’s decision to have the interest rate raised by about 25 basis points on Wednesday and also step up the overall tempo of tightening has also put pressure on the US currency.
Aside from that the US President threatened to have the $1.3 trillion spending bill vetoed, which was approved yesterday due to the fact, it doesn’t provide financing for a deal with the 800,000 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients or a border wall. It’s expected that the veto would have the US government shut down at midnight.
The evergreen buck went down to a two year minimum versus the safe haven yen. The currency pair USD/JPY went down 0.10% being worth 105.17.
The common currency headed north, with the currency pair EUR/USD adding 0.32% being worth 1.2341.
The currency pair GBP/USD acquired 0.31% showing 1.4139 following news that the European Union had decided to adopt a negotiation stance on an upcoming trade tie with Great Britain after it leaves.
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Welcome to Tuesday, people! Here’s your markets update ahead of the European trading session.