Angle: Investors who are hesitant to declare the end of the dollar’s strength, are frustrated many times in the hope of Fed policy changes | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors are reluctant to bet on a sustained weakness in the dollar, as the U.S. Federal Reserve may slow its pace of interest rate hikes as the dollar unravels. I hesitate. NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors are hesitant to bet on a sustained weakness in the dollar, as the U.S. Federal … 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

Column: Tesla Ratings Too Optimistic Market, Fading Advantages | Reuters

[New York 20th Reuters BREAKINGVIEWS]–I think there is a big difference between the reality of the US electric vehicle (EV) giant Tesla and the market evaluation. On July 20, there may be a big difference between the reality of the US electric vehicle (EV) giant Tesla and the market evaluation. The photo was taken in … 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

Focus on FOMC, 0.5% rate hike or asset compression focus = US stock market this week | Reuters

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), which will be held on March 3-4, will be the hottest topic in the week-long US stock market starting May 2. The photo is a sign on Wall Street. Taken in April last year (2022 Reuters / Carlo Allegri) [New York, 29th, Reuters]-The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), which … 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

Column: Risks of both rising inflation and economic slowdown, what are the investment tactics in an emergency = Mr. Norihiro Fujito | Reuters

Norihiro Fujito Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities [Tokyo 9th]–The Russian invasion of Ukraine suddenly reversed the hands of the clock 60-70 years ago. The 1956 “Hungarian Revolution” and the 1968 “Prague Spring” in Czechoslovakia are a return to the time when they were overrun by Soviet tanks. On March 9, the Russian invasion of Ukraine … Read more

Goldman is a mutant stock, lowering next year’s US growth outlook | Reuters

Goldman Sachs has lowered its 2022 US economic growth forecast from 4.2% to 3.8% on the 4th. Taken in November in New York (2021 Reuters / ANDREW KELLY) [Reuters]— US Goldman Sachs lowered its 2022 US economic growth forecast from 4.2% to 3.8% on the 4th. He cited the risks and uncertainties associated with the … Read more