Daily News | A customs union in Europe?

There you have it people, we are at the end of this week in global binary options trading this week, which means that you have but a few short hours to place your last trades, so you better be sure they’re a winner! Join us this Friday, as we decided to focus on the Japanese yen first. From Wednesday to Thursday, the currency fell from $0.00904 to $0.00903. Japanese stocks experienced choppy trading yesterday, which ended its three-day winning streak, with weak Chinese economic data offsetting the broader Topix index. Sentiment dropped when North Korea threatened to “sink” Japan with its nuclear weapons. The average value of Nikkei fell by 0.3% to 19,807.44, whereas the broader Topix index also went down 0.3% to 1,632.13. The worst performing sector was the non-ferrous metal sector. Let us now turn to the British pound sterling. In the same period, the GBP rose from $1.3217 to $1.3395. Britain is set to leave the European Union and it is more and more likely that it will most likely impose a customs union. If London and Brussels cannot negotiate a customs union, however, both sides will start imposing import duties on each other’s goods. We will continue to look into this next week as well, so remember to stick with us!

Daily News | React to market changes in a flash

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