- UK PM Boris Johnson will tell Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to pay more taxon September 19, 2021 at 10:36 pm
UK Prime Minister Johnson is heading to the US fora three-day trip He'll also meet with meet Bezos and press AMZN to pay more tax in the UK. Johnson is also expected to ask Biden to lift the travel ban that prevents most passengers from the UK visiting the US.
- New Zealand services PMI for August 35.6 (prior 57.9)on September 19, 2021 at 10:30 pm
New coronavirus outbreak, new lockdown ... hence the August PMI dropped. The manufacturing PMI was a shocker: Now the services PMI also. Collapsed to 35.6 in August
- The party has ended for the world's biggest real-estate boomon September 19, 2021 at 9:42 pm
Over the weekend, Adam posted on: Invention of its own .... errr .... currency? now with its piece on China Evergrande Group that it's paying bills with unfinished apartments. (Journal may be gated)
- test - please ignoreon September 19, 2021 at 9:39 pm
Please ignore this post.
- Asian market holidays today - China and Japanon September 19, 2021 at 9:24 pm
I mentioned the holidays a little earlier in passing, but ICYMI. Markets in China and Japan are closed today. And South Korea. Latest from China:
- Reports that US Senator Manchin thinks Congress should pause $3.5tln vote until 2022on September 19, 2021 at 8:54 pm
with this, citing unnamed "people familiar with the matter". Axios House Speaker Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Schumer want a vote on the budget reconciliation package this month. Manchin's delay would halt this vote. It would also place at risk House passage of the separate $1.2 tln bipartisan infrastructure bill (Pelosi had laid out a timeline
- Trade ideas thread - Monday 20 September 2021on September 19, 2021 at 8:46 pm
Welcome once again to the newly minted FX week! Any charts, technical analysis, trade ideas, thoughts, views, ForexLive traders would like to share and discuss with fellow ForexLive traders, please do so:
- Weekend Australian coronavirus news - riots and roadmapon September 19, 2021 at 8:40 pm
Saturday saw protests in Australia's two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, in Melbourne accompanied by rioting. On Sunday the state government of Victoria (Melbourne is the capital city of Vic) released their 'RoadMap' out of restrictions. The state had been eagerly awaiting this all week.