A few weeks ago, I suggested that President Trump might well decide not to run for re-election in 2020.
It is no secret that the U.S. economy has been growing at a fast pace, both over recent months and over recent years, comparing very favourably to the rate of growth of any other developed economy.
Both of Britain’s major parties are now in total disarray over Brexit, which is still legally set to happen next month on 29th March unless the British Government and the European Union agree otherwise.
It’s hard not to smile at the news that JPMorgan Chase will be launching their own cryptocurrency which will be called “JPM Coin”.
Another week goes by and we are all one week closer to the date at which, as things stand legally, the United Kingdom will formally depart from the European Union on 29th March – just five weeks away.
The Swedish Krona fell heavily today against a basked of currencies, at one point reaching as low as 9.4175 against the U.S. Dollar (USD/SEK) and 10.6218 against the Euro (EUR/SEK).
Albert Einstein once allegedly quipped (there is no reference to it anywhere for 23 years after his death) that compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world.
Although traders have found the most reliable short-term profits over recent days in trading long the U.S. stock market indices and the positively correlated USD/JPY currency pair