The terms of Britain’s exit from the European Union on 29th March 2019 remain very much in the news.
I wrote earlier this week about how the “summer market” is over, meaning we should be expecting more volatility and more trading opportunities.
Yesterday was the first weekday of September, traditionally a busy time in the markets, but it was a public holiday in the U.S.A. to today is the real first day back from a thin summer market.
The British Pound firmed last week on comments from the European Union’s chief negotiator to the effect that the E.U. would be more amenable to making a unique deal with the U.K. which made the market see a “no deal” Brexit as less likely.
Well, I’ve scoured my news feeds and trawled the internet, and there isn’t much to say about the market today.
Since the 1990s, NAFTA has governed the terms of trade between the three north American nations of the U.S.A, Canada, and Mexico.
While everyone knows that money can’t buy you love, most people think it might be able to buy you happiness, or at least a better chance at it.
Yesterday’s release of the minutes of last month’s meeting of the FOMC indicated the near-certainty of a 0.25% rate hike next month but seemed to hit a minor note of caution over a further anticipated hike in December.