It’s another busy week ahead on the economic calendar. While the stats will provide plenty of direction, the BoC and the ECB will be delivering policy decisions in the week. Transitory or alarming?
LONDON/TOKYO (Reuters) – Global shares were on course for their third straight week of gains on Friday, buoyed by tech stocks in Asia overnight, while the dollar dipped and oil prices held steady.
(Reuters) – The S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed lower on Friday as disappointing quarterly reports from Snap Inc and Intel Corp dragged down the communications and technology sectors and investors turned skittish as Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell discussed stimulus tapering.