Frankfurt opening news digest
|Two mutual fund-like index funds will ease investing in major cryptocurrencies.|
|It takes a whole lot of stupid government policies to destroy a great economy. And Venezuelan governments of different political sides seem to have raced to pursue all of them to the bitter end.|
|Given that the yield on the 10-Year U.S. Treasury has more than doubled since July 8, 2016, the real “risk” in the financial markets has been in bonds, not stocks.|
|Gold prices managed to avoid outright trend reversal, holding on by a thread above support guiding advance from December 2016 as the US Dollar retreated.|
|Australian Dollar bulls couldn’t capitalize much on a quite-strong set of employment data, probably because the pass-through into interest-rate expectations will be minumal|
|The Euro looks vulnerable to deeper losses against the British Pound after prices broke support guiding the upswing from lows set in mid-April.|
|After recovering losses on mixed Australian wage price data, AUD/USD may not get a lasting response to April’s jobs report and could focus on what|
|The FBI is concerned that companies “beholden to foreign governments” will gain access to the US telecommunications network, “that gives them the capacity to ma|
|Cisco reported a 4.4 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Wednesday, its second straight quarterly rise, driven by strong growth in its newer businesses such as|
|The whistleblower who leaked documents last week showing Trump lawyer Michael Cohen received multiple payments to a shell company he set up, was a law|
Q: Why isn’t Halloween “special” anymore?
A: The lights are out, the windows are boarded up, the lawns aren’t cut. Everyday is Halloween in America now.
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