Daily News | Tokyo and Trump negotiating

We are nearing the end of this week in global binary options trading, with only a few short days left for you to make it big on the currency market. Luckily we have compiled the most important data of the day, so stick with us! We start the day off with the Japanese yen. From Tuesday to Wednesday, the currency fell from $0.00864 to $0.00860. In the face of this drop, it seems that Tokyo will try and convince the US President-elect Donald Trump of the merits of trading and cooperating with Japan. Furthermore, although Japan’s economy relies heavily on exports for growth, Tokyo is trying to distance itself from the reputation of US-Japan trade wars in the 1980s and early 1990s. We will see how successful they will be in the future, but for now, let us look at the US dollar. In the same period, the USD rose from €0.9458 to €0.9521. It seems that foreclosure proceedings had an impact on about one million US homes and other real estate last year, which is down from 14% in 2015 and 70% from the time when the housing crisis was at its peak (2009). It seems that they hit 10-year lows, a boon for the economy. For more news in the future, follow us every day!

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