US President Biden, not worried about strong dollar “The lack of growth in other countries is a problem” | Reuters

PORTLAND, Oregon (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he is not worried about the strength of the dollar, saying he is open to a strong dollar. He said he was concerned about the economic situation in countries other than the United States. “In the U.S. economy, the domestic situation is very … Read more

Newly issued 10-year government bonds have not been traded, 3 consecutive business days for the first time since March 1999 = Japan Mutual Securities | Reuters

On October 11, inter-dealer trading (on a Japan mutual securities basis) of newly issued 10-year government bonds, which is an indicator of long-term interest rates, failed to materialize on the Tokyo yen bond market for the second consecutive day on October 6 and 7. It is the first time that no transaction has occurred for … Read more

South Korean authorities continue to sell dollars the day before Defend psychological milestone | Reuters

According to multiple dealers on Sept. 16, the Korean foreign exchange authorities are selling the dollar for the second day in a row to support the won. Pictured are South Korean won and US dollar bills. FILE PHOTO: Seoul, December 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s foreign exchange regulator sold the dollar for … Read more

Column: Huge trade deficit is feared to be permanent, a factor to promote yen depreciation | Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s August trade deficit hit a record high for a single month. If this pace continues, 2022 is likely to reach a record high for a calendar year. The question is whether this deficit is temporary or has become a permanent trend. Unfortunately, there is an increasing possibility that the recording of … Read more

Angle: Fed Chair Powell’s speech, why only stocks reacted so much | Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s speech at an economic symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, was seen as hawkish by financial markets, but stocks and FX and bonds reacted unevenly. While bonds and the dollar showed relatively calm movements, stocks, which had been highly optimistic, sold heavily as they priced in fears of … Read more

Russian currency ruble depreciates, breaks through 58 rubles against the dollar Interest rate cut | Reuters

The ruble was sold in the Russian market on the 25th of the week and exceeded 58 rubles against the dollar. Taken in February (2022 Reuters / Dado Ruvic) [モスコー 25日 ロイター] –The ruble was sold in the Russian market on the 25th of the week and exceeded 58 rubles against the dollar. With tax … Read more

Column: Mr. Musk, $ 5 billion for Twitter acquisition “withdrawal” | Reuters

[New York 20th Reuters BREAKINGVIEWS]–Everyone has a “market price”. For Tesla CEO Elon Musk, that amount could be $ 5 billion. It’s the price you can afford to withdraw from the deal to buy Twitter for a total of $ 44 billion. Returning the agreement to a blank slate will prevent the two companies from … Read more

Full US FOMC Statement | Reuters

Overall economic activity fell slightly in the first quarter, but household spending and corporate capital investment remained strong. Taken in June 2017 (2022 Reuters / Joshua Roberts) [Washington, 4th Reuters]-Overall economic activity fell slightly in the first quarter, but household spending and corporate capital investment remained strong. Employment growth has been solid in recent months … Read more

Information BOX: Russia’s default countdown, possible scenarios | Reuters

[London, 9th Reuters]-Russia has recently taken steps to repay dollar-denominated government bonds issued in the international market in ruble for the first time, which could lead to the first default (default) on foreign sovereign debt. .. On April 9, Russia recently took steps to repay dollar-denominated government bonds issued in the international market in rubles … Read more