Yesterday the US Administration said that President Trump received a request from North Korea’s Leader Kim for a second meeting after their historic meeting in Singapore last June this year. U.S. Treasury yields dint change yesterday after Friday’s strong reaction that was the better-than-expected after U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls report. The U.S. Dollar is trading mixed against the major currencies. It’s falling against New Zealand, Australian, and Canadian Dollar but also against Euro and British Pound. U.S. West Texas Intermediate and international benchmark Brent crude oil futures are going higher early today after a late session sell-off on Monday led to the markets losing all their gains.
Russia and China are thinking to launch joint projects
Daily Analysis - 11/09/2018