The sterling rose 0.4% against the euro on Friday after a 14-day loss as UK Prime Minister Teresa May
IEA said in a monthly report that US production from seven major oilfields is expected to rise by 80k bpd in May to a record of 8.46 million bpd.
Reserve New Zealand Governor Orr said this morning that the NZD is now at logical levels
Gold prices fell to their lowest level in more than a week on Monday as strong Chinese data boosted stocks and reduced fears of a global economic slowdown.
US negotiators have eased their demands that China defer industrial support as a condition for a trade deal between the two sides
The deputy governor of the People's Bank of China said they will continue to maintain the value of the yuan in line with economic fundamentals
China's imports of crude oil fell in March from a month earlier as state owned refineries began maintenance work
Demand for the euro rose sharply on Friday as news of a Japanese bank's plans to buy a German airline finance company worth billions of dollars
The latest survey by Reuters showed that enterprises still see a slowdown in China's economic growth despite political support
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