2018 Features in Ford’s New F-150.
After yesterday’s big sell-off, European equities have bounced back and US index futures point to a higher open on Wall Street.
FBN’s Cheryl Casone and Lauren Simonetti on EU’s record antitrust fine against Google.
Do you remember the halcyon days when rising interest rates and increasing interest rate differentials were the precursor to a stronger currency?
China’s central bank injected 30 billion yuan (4.76 billion U.S. dollars) into the financial system via open market operations on Monday to maintain stable liquidity.
FBN’s Jeff Flock on the management shakeup at Ford (F, quote).
China’s central bank renewed its cash injection via open market operations to ease liquidity on Tuesday after suspending the move for two trading days.
Last week was an interesting one for oil traders (USO, quote) and speculators, as crude oil continued to move lower from Monday to Thursday, before bouncing strongly on Friday and closing in positive territory for the day, with a deep wicked candle on the daily chart and associated with high volume.
For US equity traders and investors these are worrying times, as the NQ emini continues to blast its way ever higher, and leaving its sister indices becalmed and lacking direction, with the ES emini a classic example.
The EURUSD pair rallied initially on Friday, breaking above the 1.09 handle.