Back trade conflicts b/w US-China & Latest currency news update

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21-08-2018 04:20 PM

Back Trade Conflict Between U.S and China.

Asian stocks climbed on Tuesday, with anticipation by Beijing and Washington would dial back trade conflicts, despite the fact that comments from the U.S. president about the yuan and Federal Reserve policy limited gains and reflected on the dollar.

President Donald Trump said that China was influencing its currency to make up for having to pay tariffs forced by Washington on some imports from China. This kept global trade disagreement worries alive and hurt some of the market cheerfulness ahead of upcoming U.S.-China trade discussions. He also added that he believed the euro was being manipulated.

Chinese shares rose, with SSEC raising more than one percent,stimulated by bargain chasing of consumer and healthcare firms after their new drop.

Instant focus was on the lower-level trade discussions due to start this week between the United States and China. Rumour that the discussions might assist ease trade tensions has moved up the broader equity markets over the past few sessions.

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In currency markets, the dollar was under pressure after Trump restated his annoyance at the Fed's rate hikes.

The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies (DXY) was down 0.4 percent at 95.499, adding losses from the previous day.

The U.S. currency have reached 109.775 yen, and its lowest since late June before border back to 110.085.

The onshore Chinese yuan climbed to as high as 6.828 per dollar, it’s strongest since Aug. 9. The currency was on track for its fourth session of profits, pulling further away from 6.934, its weakest since January 2017 marked last week.

The yuan has declined to a 19-month low against the dollar earlier this month in the middle of concerns toward the country's economic growth, Sino-U.S. trade war uncertainties and a side street rally by the dollar.

Oil prices pushed further up after rising the previous day, when investors were more anxious about a likely fall in supply from Iran due to U.S. sanctions.

   
 
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