(European Open) – Spanish stocks reverse into losses; bullish US sentiment reverberates to Asia

(European Open) – Spanish stocks reverse into losses; bullish US sentiment reverberates to Asia Spanish stocks In Asian markets, the Nikkei 225 and the Topix, Japan’s broader gauge of equity performance, both added 0.3%. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rose by 0.3% and Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 gained 1.0%, making up for a significant part of losses
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(European Session) – Dollar retreats despite US economy performing better than expected; pound reverses losses after Barnier’s speech Dollar retreats  During European trading, markets pushed the dollar lower as concerns grew over Trump’s tax proposals following an initial positive response. The dollar’s weakness gave a breather to other majors, with the euro and the pound
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Dollar extends losses The dollar could not find support for the closely watched US retail sales figures released during the European session as the numbers came in lower than forecast, while risk-off sentiment continued weighing on the currency. Among major currencies, though, the pound was the best performer as it managed to reach post-Brexit levels
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BITCOIN EASES FROM HIGHS; BITCOIN cash STRUGGLES TO PARE LOSSES BITCOIN EASES  traded better on Wednesday adding to profits from the preceding session because the cryptocurrency resumed its rally, following a dip to a nearly -week low earlier this week. at the U.S.-primarily based Bitfinex exchange, bitcoin rose to $four,136.eight, up $69.1 or 1.70%, however
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European Shares Extend Losses For Third Day European Shares  European stocks fell for a third day on Friday and looked headed for their worst week since early November last year, as U.S. President Donald Trump’s rhetoric on North Korea over the past few days made investors risk averse. Commodity-related stocks were among the worst performers
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