(Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday, as investors turned skeptical of the chances of a breakthrough in the U.S.-China trade talks, while a flattening U.S. yield curve raised fears of a slowing domestic economy.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sterling jumped on Tuesday after a senior European Union legal adviser said Britain could unilaterally withdraw its Brexit notice, easing concern among investors about Britain crashing out of the bloc in March without a deal.
LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices rose on Tuesday, extending gains ahead of expected output cuts by producer cartel OPEC and a reduction in Canadian supply.
Investing.com - Activity in the UK construction sector unexpectedly accelerated to a four-month high last month, although business confidence remained at low levels due to Brexit-related uncertainty.
The Federal Government’s collected revenue fell by 38.4 per cent in October, and it recorded a deficit of N66.51bn within same period.
A quick recovery from one-week lows seen today may have helped bitcoin (BTC) avert a bigger sell-off, but the bulls are not out of the woods yet.
The world’s second-largest stock exchange, Nasdaq, has confirmed it plans to launch Bitcoin futures in the first half of 2019, United Kingdom daily tabloid The Express reported Monday, Dec. 3.
Next trading day's important events
11:30 (GMT 3) EMU - ECB President Draghi's Speech
18:00 (GMT 3) CA - BoC Interest Rate Decision
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