Japan Upgrades Q3 GDP as Global Recession, COVID Risks Linger

Japan Upgrades

Japan’s economy, the world’s third-largest, shrank less than initially estimated in the third quarter, bolstering a view that it is slowly recovering from COVID-19 doldrums even as major export markets show further signs of weakening. Separate data showed the economy had recorded its first current account deficit in eight years in October, reflecting high import …

Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde Directs civic Body to Beautify Mumbai AheSad of G20 Meeting

Eknath Shinde

Eknath Shinde asked Mumbai civic authorities to depute 5,000 “Swatchhta Doots” (cleanliness ambassadors) and undertake beautification of the city. Ahead of a G20 Council meeting in Mumbai, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has asked the local civic body to launch a beautification drive in the city on a mission mode. Shinde asked Mumbai civic authorities …

Oil Languishes Below $80 as Recession Fears Outweigh Tighter Supply

Oil languishes

Oil hovered near a one-year low on Wednesday as increasing concerns over U.S. economic health and the Federal Reserve largely offset positive supply-side signals from a bigger-than-expected draw in crude inventories. A growing number of Wall Street banks warned of a potential recession in 2023, especially if interest rates keep rising and if inflation proves …

Gold Slumps Below $1,800 as Fed Fears Resurfacea

Gold Slumps

Gold prices sank below key levels on Tuesday, with metal markets back under pressure as stronger-than-expected U.S. data boosted the dollar and ramped up uncertainty over strength in the U.S. economy and how the Federal Reserve will respond to it. The dollar rose for the first session in four on Monday, recovering from a five-month …

Asia FX Rallies on China Reopening Fervor, Dollar Hits 5-Month Low

ASIA FX

Most Asian currencies rose sharply on Monday as more Chinese cities relaxed some anti-COVID measures, while improving risk appetite and expectations of smaller rate hikes saw the dollar sink to an over five-month low. The yuan was the best performer for the day, rising 0.9% to 6.9628- its strongest level against the dollar since mid-September. …

Educational Plus Forex Expo 2022-23 Dubai: A Huge Success

Forex Expo

Students Who Wish to Study Abroad Need Extra Support and The Expo Exhibition Held by The Gee Fairs Can Be the Best Option, Educational Plus Forex Expo Dubai 2022-23 Will Going to Be the Big Win. The World’s Largest Gee Fair Event Returns to The Uae for Another Hands-On Edition. The Expo Took Place On 28-29 April 2023 at Crowne …

France’s Macron Discussed Twitter Content Rules in Meeting With Musk

Twitter content

Emmanuel Macron said he had a “clear and honest” discussion with Twitter owner Elon Musk about the social media platform’s content moderation policies, just a day after the French president had flagged his concerns on the issue. “Transparent user policies, significant reinforcement of content moderation and protection of freedom of speech: efforts have to be …

Dow Futures Dip Following Mixed Session, Nonfarm Payrolls in Focus

Dow futures

U.S. stock futures were trading lower during Thursday’s evening deals, following a mixed performance among major indices as market participants braced for key jobs data slated for release later in Friday’s session. By 6:25 PM ET (11:25 PM GMT) Dow Jones Futures were little changed, S&P 500 Futures eased 0.1% and Nasdaq 100 Futures dipped …

Asia FX Turns Cautious Ahead of U.S. Payrolls, Dollar Hits 3-Mth Low

Asia FX

Most Asian currencies moved little on Friday as caution kicked in ahead of U.S. payrolls data that is likely to affect monetary policy, although dovish signals from the Federal Reserve pushed the dollar to a three-month low. Regional currencies were also set for strong gains this week as the Federal Reserve flagged smaller interest rate …

Oil rally Stalls on Weak Chinese Data, Uncertainty Over OPEC Cut

OIL RALLY

Oil prices were muted on Thursday, cutting short a three-day rally after data highlighted growing economic cracks in major crude importer China, while markets also speculated over whether the OPEC’s last meeting for the year will result in a supply cut. Chinese manufacturing activity- a bellwether for the economy- weakened substantially in November, official and …