Frankfurt opening news digest
|The AT&T-Time Warner decision will reverberate across big business.|
|The Australian Dollar market was as focused on the Federal Reserve as any other, but still wobbled as RBA Governor Lowe implied that interest rates|
|Gold prices may finally break through trend support after a month of indecision as a hawkish Fed policy announcement comes across the wires.|
|With the Fed rate decision on tap and the ECB closely behind it, EUR/USD may possibly represent the most dangerous currency cross to trade over|
|The Australian Dollar looks to a speech from RBA’s Governor Philip Lowe to see if the central bank is perhaps moving closer to changing rates.|
|Sentiment in Asia was mostly negative with the majority of equity inidces headed lower this morning, the Nikkei was the exception. The US handover was very much the same, some mixed results but in all no major changes.|
|BI PRIME: Pivotal CEO Rob Mee says that customers aren’t going all-in on Amazon’s, Microsoft’s, or Google’s clouds, but a mixture of all three. That’s where Pivotal comes in, and it’s working so far.|
|BI PRIME: The Department of Justice lost in its effort to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger. But it shouldn’t draw any bigger lesson than it chose the wrong case. With other mergers in the works, it still needs to stand up for competition.|
|After pressure from businesses such as Amazon.com Inc. AMZN, +0.57% and Starbucks Inc. SBUX, +0.00% Seattle has repealed a tax that would have paid fo|
|Talking Points: • Neither the promise of peace from the US-North Korea summit nor the provocations from the G-7 summit have unseated risk • Top event risk ah…|
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