Investing.com - The dollar fell against other major currencies on Wednesday, after the release of downbeat U.S. economic reports and as investors were still awaiting the Federal Reserve’s monthly rate decision due later in the day.
“No deal is better than a bad deal” was Prime Minister Theresa May’s go-to phrase before the election result. She was talking about Brexit, but she now has another crucial set of negotiations clogging up her in-tray: a “confidence and supply” deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
British workers' earnings after inflation contracted at the fastest pace since 2014 in the three months to April, underscoring the growing Brexit squeeze facing many households, official data showed on Wednesday.
The Senate on Tuesday gave Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) seven days to recover monies collected by banks on behalf of Nigeria Customs Service but not remitted to it.
Investing.com - The Aussie held slight gains in Asia on Wednesday after China reported better than expected industrial output and investors await the language from the latest Fed policy review later in the day.
The Central Bank of Egypt has scrapped controls placing limits on currency transfers abroad, as the country’s long-running foreign currency shortage eases.
Next trading day's important events
- USDJPY: 109.08
- EURUSD: 1.1288
- S&P 500: 2439.39
- NASDAQ: 6222.27