The German economy keeps showing signs of being amid a dire situation, as industrial orders fell more than expected in August, due to lower domestic demand.
U.S. unemployment fell to 3.5 percent in September, a 50-year low, the non-farm payroll report showed on Friday.
The US Dollar gave back recent gains after a disappointing outcome in September's PMI surveys flamed investors' concerns that the United States could be headed into a recession.
One of the main roles of any modern central bank is keeping prices stable, and to achieve this goal there are many approaches or "doctrines" that the institutions adopt, among them one of the most popular ones is the "inflation targeting" policy.
The US Dollar is flirting with a 1-week low against the common currency Euro as concerns over the health of the US economy weigh on the currency.
During the trading on Thursday, October 3, 2019, financial markets will pay attention to the release of economic calendar data,
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would present the European Union with a compromised deal on both sides, urging the bloc to meet with Britain halfway and allow it to leave orderly after years of bickering.
A group of leading research institutions have joined the German government and others in providing a bleak vision for the future of German economic growth.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average sunk 838 points in the past two sessions, effectively erasing all of the gains it racked up during Q3, and then some.
Sterling was lower against the greenback on expectations that the Prime Minister's Brexit proposal, as it relates to the backstop at the Irish border, will not be well accepted by EU officials.
During the trading on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, the financial markets will pay attention to the release of economic calendar data
The World Trade Organization (WTO) has lowered its outlook for world commodity trade this year to its lowest level in a decade, citing escalating trade disputes and slowing global economic growth.
Numbers released on Tuesday by the Institute for Supply Managements (ISM) showed that the country’s manufacturing activity fell to below ten-year lows in September,
Japan's sales tax was approved to rise to 10% from 8% starting on Tuesday, amid fears that these long-delayed measures could derail the fragile growth path of the world's third largest economy.
The Reserve Bank of Australia cut its key interest rates for the third time this year, and noted further easing to support employment and income growth.