WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. job growth increased at a strong clip in November and wages rebounded, painting a portrait of a healthy economy that analysts say does not require the kind of fiscal stimulus that President Donald Trump is proposing.
Investing.com - The dollar trimmed gains but remained supported against other major currencies on Friday, after the release of positive U.S. employment data and amid mouting optimism over a major U.S. tax reform plan.
Britain and the European Union struck a divorce deal on Friday that paves the way for arduous trade talks, easing immediate pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May and boosting hopes of an orderly Brexit.
Bitcoin prices are suffering this morning, following a record spike to over $17,000 overnight.
Next trading day's important events
- 18:00 (GMT 3) US - JOLTS Job Openings (Oct)
- USDJPY: 113.41
- EURUSD: 1.1753
- S&P 500: 2645.79
- NASDAQ: 6857.20