Daily News | Yen and the TPP

This week in global binary options trading has not even started properly, and already we have a ton of new and exciting opportunities out there, just ripe for the taking! Join us, as we look at the data so that you are free to trade to your hearts content! This Tuesday, we decided to focus on the Japanese yen. From Friday to Monday, the currency rose from $0.00869 to $0.00885. This came about, as US President Donald Trump pulled out of the TPP deal. Japan is the leading nation pushing for the agreement, other countries being Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam. Japanese Economy Minister Nobuteru Ishihara was asked whether Japan would be open to negotiating a bilateral trade pact with the United States, but the minister raised doubts that US trade officials would even start such negotiations after abandoning the TPP. We will continue to monitor how yen is affected by all of this, but now it’s time to take see what the US dollar is up to. In the same period, this currency fell from €0.9361 to €0.9312. It struggled as President Trump insisted on protectionism instead of fiscal stimulus. Does he think he can be better off with a weaker dollar? To figure that out, more data is required, which we will gather in the days to come.

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