tuesday, 26 September 2023
In a surprising turn of events, both President Biden and former President Trump are vying for the support of striking autoworkers in Michigan. The United Automobile Workers (U.A.W.) union, known for its growing political influence, has caught the attention of both politicians. This development highlights the significance of the U.A.W. in shaping the political landscape.
In the financial world, the USD/CNH currency pair is predicted to experience consolidation in the coming weeks, according to market experts. Analysts from UOB suggest that the exchange rate will fluctuate within the range of 7.2800 to 7.3400. This forecast indicates a period of stability and limited movement for the USD/CNH pair.
Meanwhile, the US Dollar has surged to a fresh 10-month high, while the Hang Seng Index (HSI) continues to face challenges. Major US indices managed to make slight gains at the beginning of the week, but experts believe this may only be an effort to stabilize after a recent sell-off, as there is a lack of new positive factors driving the market.
The GBP/USD pair is currently experiencing a bearish consolidation phase, remaining near a multi-month low. As the Asian session unfolds on Tuesday, the pair is oscillating within a range slightly above its lowest level since recent months. The primary factor contributing to this downward trend is the strength of the US dollar (USD), which has been displaying bullish momentum.
In Europe, Germany’s IFO Expectations Index for September exceeded expectations, coming in at 82.9 compared to the anticipated 82.8. This positive outcome suggests a more optimistic outlook for the German economy.
The price of gold (XAU/USD) is struggling to gain momentum and is currently trading below $1,940. This decline is attributed to the Federal Reserve’s hawkish stance. During the early European session on Monday, the price of gold lost momentum and dropped to around $1,920.
In Japan, Bank of Japan Governor Kazuo Ueda reaffirms commitment to maintaining monetary easing during a news conference in Osaka.
In other news, a new plan proposed by Dean Karlan aims to address the issues with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The plan suggests potential solutions to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization.
EU trade chief, Valdis Dombrovskis, has raised concerns about the state of the EU-China relationship, highlighting the need for greater access for European companies. Dombrovskis’ remarks come at a time when the global economy is facing significant challenges, and the EU’s trade relationship with China is of utmost importance.
Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed concerns over the potential dilution of the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail project. As companies seek clarity on the government’s commitment to the ambitious infrastructure plan, Johnson warns against a “mutilated” version of HS2.
This article was generated by AI so there may be some errors.
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