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Market News Briefing – December 2nd 2016 07:00 (GMT+1)

The last trading day for this week in Asia is conducted with price declines and one of the reasons for the decline in Japan is the local currency which is strengthening against the US dollar.

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Interview of David Eugene Andrews, International Trade Expert

Ron Insana interviews David Eugene Andrews on Financial News Network

(FNN, predecessor of CNBC) — Thursday, May 17, 1990 (Transcript)

“Surprising pop in the trade gap in the month of March; it rose to eight and one-half billion dollars, up sharply from the six billion dollar shortfall in the month of February.” Financial News Network anchor Ron Insana reported. 541 more words

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Market News Briefing – November 29th 2016 07:30 (GMT+1)

The Asian stock markets trading is conducted today (Tuesday) with a mixed trend after the negative locking yesterday on Wall Street.
The Japanese Nikkei Index going down at the background of the strengthening of the Japanese yen.

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Japanese Exports Fall for the 13th Straight Month

Japan’s exports fell in October for a 13th consecutive month and by more than expected as the strength of the yen and sluggish foreign demand weighed on trade, although current yen weakness could change the outlook. 359 more words

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Market News Briefing – November 18th 2016 07:05 (GMT+1)


Asian markets are trading this morning with a mixed trend.
The Nikkei index stands out positively in light of the weakness of the Japanese Yen. 12 more words

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Financial Software

The foreign exchange market involves the trading of the different currencies. A certain transaction on the foreign exchange market involves an individual or one group buying a certain amount of currency and the other individual or group selling it. 11 more words

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Market News Briefing – November 14th 2016 12:45 (GMT+1)

The Euro and the pound are falling by 0.9% against the US dollar, who is parallel by 1.1% against the Japanese yen.

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