Even though we saw massive losses during the week, Asian shares managed to end it on a high note, which is more than we can say about the greenback as of this moment the currency is at the lowest point in weeks.
International growth that we saw yesterday and the day before has noticeably slowed down as post-Christmas rally has ended. As there is no concrete evidence on Chinese-American talks really happening in the future investors are thinking about taking money away from the turbulent Asia and putting it back in the safe havens.
As trade talks are progressing, so do Asian stocks and indices, as we are waiting to see more improvement in the numbers. But the greenback is dipping as governmental shutdown of the United States progresses further.
As the world froze awaiting Trump’s comments to on trade war and trade talks, the numbers began to shift, although it is still to be seen whether the talks are as productive as we need them to be right now. Dollar surged, even though for the last four days we have seen nothing but slide.
Investors’ outlook on the Apple’s sales have spoiled the day for every share in Japan today, as the country has gone to work for the first time this year. Overall the numbers suggest that the slump is going to go on as Apple and Facebook are showing today.