Stock news this week: German election; More NAFTA and Brexit talks; Tax reform Source link"German election; More NAFTA and Brexit talks; Tax reform"
The run for president between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump gets nasty every day as the election day is approaching. Many traders ask how they can trade presidents and how they can be ready and prepared to make profits of any outcome. Here the answer. FXStreet presents the US Election panel discussion in alliance with ForexLive and Princeton Economics International, with Adam Button and Martin Armstrong; the moderator will be FXStreet’s Editor and Journalist Ross…"Panel: US Election + Forex market with Martin Armstrong & Adam Button"
Talking Points: • News that UK Prime Minister called for a General Election on June 6 leveraged the third biggest GBP/USD move in 9 years • Anxiety surrounding the Euro continues to climb as the first round of the French election floors EUR/USD risk reversals • While the FTSE 100 and some Yen crosses have dropped, there remains little commitment to risk aversion Read the full article here: https://www.dailyfx.com/forex/video/daily_news_report/2017/04/19/Trading-Video-UK-Election-and-French-Election-Force-Key-GBPUSD-EURGBP-Breaks.html #News #GBPUSD #EURGBP #GBPAUD #GBPNZD @JohnKicklighter…"Forex Trading Video: UK Snap Election and French Election Concerns Force Key GBP/USD, EUR/GBP Breaks"
Following the first meeting between President Trump and President Putin, in which the issue of cybersecurity and Russian “interference” in the US election was a prominent topic, there was one unanswered question: did Trump accept Russia’s “assertions” that it did not interfere in the voting process. Recall that in his post meeting briefing, Rex Tillerson said Trump repeatedly pressed Putin regarding possible Russian interference in the 2016 election. “The two leaders agreed that this is…"Trump: "Putin & I Discussed Forming Impenetrable Cyber Security Unit" To Prevent Election Hacking"
Newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron hopes parliamentary elections set to take place on June 11 and 18 will hand him a resounding majority to implement reforms to France’s labour market, pensions and the moral clout of its politicians. Ivor Bennett reports Source link"Macron reform hopes on French election polls"
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors ramped up their exposure to U.S.-based international-focused stock funds on relief that centrist Emmanuel Macron took the first round of voting in the French… Source link"International stock funds attract $1.8 billion post-French election"
Inflation ate further into the budgets of British households last month, according to a survey of consumers, adding to signs that households will be feeling under pressure in the run-up to the June snap election planned by Prime Minister Theresa May. David Pollard reports. Source link"UK ponders pound after May's election day alert"