Daily News | Brexit talks move forward

Today’s news review will begin with the latest news on Brexit. As you know, there are many issues that are yet to be discussed, and one of the most important is the status of the Irish border. According to the European Commission report, however, Brexit talks move forward – they said that some progress has been made. Donald Tusk said that there are still a lot of things London has to do before leaving Union, but since Brexit talks are moving forward, the Commission will begin work on phase two of the talks. We can conclude that Europe is going towards political stability, so now may be the time to invest.

Besides Brexit news, we bring you latest information on Bitcoin. If you trade Bitcoin, this period may have been quite stressful, but at the same time very dynamic. After touching a record high above $16,000, Bitcoin fell more almost 15 percent on the Bitstamp exchange. The biggest world cryptocurrency is fighting to manage high traffic. In order to maintain that level, they will probably launch first bitcoin futures contract. The trading shop called Akuna Capital might be the first to buy and sell bitcoin derivatives in Chicago. Bitcoin futures will allow traders to speculate on the bitcoin’s future price and will probably attract many new investors. Besides that, it’s also a sign of probable embracing of the decentralized digital asset by other financial firms. If you trade cryptocurrencies, we can guarantee that next period will be quite exciting.

As we said at the beginning of our analysis, the Brexit situation is moving forward and, consequently, the sterling briefly rose. As for the other markets, Japan’s Nikkei .N225 rose a bit, and the yen eased on the dollar. According to the latest statistical data, Japan’s economy is growing twice as faster than it was expected. Besides Japan’s growth, China’s economy is growing as well. China’s export grew 12.3 percent, while imports climbed almost 18 percent. Australian stocks rose 0.3 percent, and .MIAPJ000PUS rose 0.7 percent.

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