ForexLive European FX news wrap: Yen demand notable again as trade continues to grab the spotlight

Forex and Bitcoin news from the European morning trading7 Mar 2018 News:

  • EU’s Malmstrom says US trade tariffs would damage transatlantic relations
  • Germany’s Zypries says that EU will respond in appropriate manner to US tariffs
  • EU Brexit draft guidelines says UK financial services can operate in EU under host state rules 
  • IMF’s Lagarde says that nobody wins in a trade war
  • Market remains tentative as trade war concerns cast a shadow
  • UBS warns of the implications of a ‘deep trade war’
  • Japan’s FSA is looking to penalise some cryptocurrency exchanges — report
  • Mt Gox trustee sold ¥38 billion worth of Bitcoin
  • EU Commission says 11 EU states facing economic imbalances
  • FX option expiries for the 15.00 GMT cut — 7 March 2018
  • Central Bank of Turkey leaves interest rates on hold
  • EUR/USD climbs to touch two-week high
  • Credit Agricole says that Cohn’s resignation is spurring buying interest in the yen
  • BOJ deputy governor nominee Amamiya: Very regrettable that inflation hasn’t hit target
  • More from Amamiya: BOJ not at a stage yet to debate exit strategy from easing policy
  • BOJ deputy governor nominee Amamiya says economy is making progress towards inflation target
  • Even more from Amamiya: Higher US interest rates are a good thing for Japan
  • More from Wakatabe: Vital to examine net effects of 2019 sales tax hike
  • BOJ deputy governor nominee Wakatabe says task remains to completely end deflation
  • Goldman Sachs sees a steepening in the US yield curve
  • China February FX reserves $3.13T vs $3.16T prior
  • SNB January forex reserves CHF 733bln vs 735bln exp
  • PBOC governor Zhou to meet with reporters on Friday during NPC
  • Aussie holds up after navigating through data landmines this week
  • Trading ideas for the European session
  • Nikkei 225 closes lower by 0.77% at 21,252.72
  • ForexLive Asia FX news:Cohn resigns, sends yen higher


  • Eurozone Q4 final GDP q/q +0.6% vs +0.6% prelim
  • UK Halifax Feb HPI mm 0.4 % vs 0.4% exp
  • France January trade balance EUR -5.56bln vs -4.35bln exp

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