Daily News | Eurozone equities rise

Today, we continue our review of the most important economic and political changes that could influence the global binary options trading market and, by proxy, your bottom line. You do not want to miss out, so continue reading as we list the changes out, starting with the Japanese yen. From Friday to Monday, the currency rose from $0.00889 to $0.00890. This happened due to, in no small part, investors that sought refuge in the safe-haven that is the Japanese currency, due to European political concerns. Specifically, there was a rise in Eurozone equities, as well as both a rise in European and US bond yields. We will, of course, continue to monitor how the equities and bond continue to behave, but let us now take a closer look at the British pound sterling. In the same period, the GBP fell from $1.2509 to $1.2451. This might have happened due to the Chinese ambassador to London saying that companies operating within the EU and in Britain should take precautions due to the uncertainty raised by the Brexit. Prior to the referendum, China had not given a direct opinion on the matter, but viewed it as an internal matter. We will continue to keep you updated, so be sure to follow us every day!

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