This article was first published on FXTM Global.
This content is synced from the rightful owners. Copyright on text and images belong to the original source.
After many months of confusion and uncertainty, markets finally received a dose of clarity on two fronts. One on trade and the other on Brexit.Washington and Beijing announced on Friday an agreement of an interim trade deal to partially reduce their trade conflict. According to this deal, China will purchase up to $200 billion in additional goods and services over the next two years on top of the amount it bought in 2017. The purchased products will include at least $40 billion of US agricultural goods. China will also refrain from competitive devaluations of the Yuan and tighten... Read More
To keep reading this article, please navigate to: FXTM Global.