Published on: 07/3/19 12:40 PM
The UK apocalypse is in fashion.
Boris Johnson sounds another political alarm.
The Sterling weakened after Boris Johnson warned that if the UK doesn’t leave the EU on October 31, the two main British parties will face “political extinction”.
A bad romance.
U.S.-China trade ceasefire sends Wall Street higher.
Global stocks rallied and bonds retreated as the United States and China agreed to restart trade talks at the G20 summit.
Bitcoin’s share rises.
Bitcoin’s share of the Crypto pie hits highest since 2017.
Bitcoin plunges 5%, yet has also has crossed above 60 percent market dominance for the first time in over 17 months.
GBP/USD has lost 0.5% in the last session.
The Sterling-Dollar pair has lost 0.5% in the last session. Stochastic is giving a negative signal.
USD/JPY has shown slight gains in the last two sessions, up 0.6%.
The Dollar-Yen pair has shown slight gains in the last two sessions, up 0.6%. Stochastic is currently positive.
XAU/USD has fallen 1.8% in the last session.
The price of gold has fallen 1.8% in the last session. The Commodity Channel Index enters the oversold area.
Microsoft has gained 0.9% in the last session.
Microsoft’s stock has gained a handsome 0.9% in the last session. The ATR enters the high volatility area.