Markets & Finance News | Reuters.com

Markets & Finance News | Reuters.com

European shares closed higher on Friday, clocking weekly gains as signs of improving U.S.-China relations provided a fresh dose of optimism for investors counting on the easing of lockdowns to spark a recovery in global growth.

European shares closed higher on Thursday as a surprise rise in China’s exports suggested some resilience in global demand, while a batch of mostly strong earnings also provided cheer.

European shares ended slightly lower on Wednesday as a chilling GDP forecast undercut optimism about a swift economic recovery, even as several countries began easing coronavirus-related curbs.

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Forex Market News & FX Forecast

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Paraguay Exports | 1994-2020 Data | 2021-2022 Forecast | Historical | Chart

Paraguay Exports | 1994-2020 Data | 2021-2022 Forecast | Historical | Chart

Exports in Paraguay increased to 763407 USD Thousands in March from 713185 USD Thousands in February of 2020.

Exports in Paraguay is expected to be 650000.00 USD Thousands by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate Exports in Paraguay to stand at 750000.00 in 12 months time. In the long-term, the Paraguay Exports is projected to trend around 750000.00 USD Thousands in 2021 and 850000.00 USD Thousands in 2022, according to our econometric models.

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Paraguay Exports

Paraguay has an export oriented economy. Soy accounts for 35 percent of total shipments, of which soybeans (21 percent), soy flour (9 percent) and soy oil (5 percent). The country has become the fourth largest exporter and the sixth biggest producer of soybeans. Others exports include: electric energy (21 percent), meat (14 percent) and cereals (9 percent). Main export partners are: Brazil (33 percent of total exports), Argentina (23 percent), Chile (8 percent) and Russia (8 percent). Others include: India, the US and Peru.

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Global Markets News | uk.reuters.com

Global Markets News | uk.reuters.com

European shares closed higher on Friday, clocking weekly gains as signs of improving U.S.-China relations provided a fresh dose of optimism for investors counting on the easing of lockdowns to spark a recovery in global growth.

European shares closed higher on Friday, clocking weekly gains as signs of improving U.S.-China relations provided a fresh dose of optimism for investors counting on the easing of lockdowns to spark a recovery in global growth.

European shares closed higher on Thursday as a surprise rise in China’s exports suggested some resilience in global demand, while a batch of mostly strong earnings also provided cheer.

European shares closed higher on Thursday as a surprise rise in China’s exports suggested some resilience in global demand, while a batch of mostly strong earnings also provided cheer.

European shares ended slightly lower on Wednesday as a chilling GDP forecast undercut optimism about a swift economic recovery, even as several countries began easing coronavirus-related curbs.

European shares ended slightly lower on Wednesday as a chilling GDP forecast undercut optimism about a swift economic recovery, even as several countries began easing coronavirus-related curbs.

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Currencies

Currencies

Our call of the day from Nomura cross asset strategist Charlie McElligott has a warning for stock investors who think the market could run higher and worry they’ve missed out — go away for the summer.

The Turkish lira fell to a record low against the U.S. dollar this week and reports say the government has tried to stop the slide by taking action against three foreign banks.

Despite the protestations of the Federal Reserve, some traders are now pricing in expectations that policy makers will push rates into subzero territory.

Asian markets rose in early trading Friday, following gains on Wall Street and a report that U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators spoke on the phone.

Turkey blocks three international banks from trading its currency Thursday, an effort to stymie investors who are betting that the country’s weak financial standing will continue to deteriorate.

Source: www.marketwatch.com

Author: by Barbara Kollmeyer


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