Crude oil prices have seen a slight rise during the Asian session on Tuesday, to continue to fluctuate in the control of crude prices since last week but remain dominating landing in light of the factors that increase the negative pressure on crude oil prices.
Traded futures US crude oil is currently at $ 47.96 a barrel, after...
recorded a foreign currency markets in Iraq, on Tuesday morning, slightly stable dollar exchange rate against the Iraqi dinar.
And record the market price at the Stock Exchange in Baghdad struggle in 1255 dinars to the dollar, ie , 125 thousand and 500 dinars for one hundred dollars.
The buying and selling of the dollar in the...
Results currency auction
Announcement No. (3410)
Opening Offers sale and purchase of foreign currency daily window of the Central Bank of Iraq on Tuesday, a brief summary of 03.28.2017 and the results were as follows:
the details Notes
Number of banks 22
Number of money transfer companies 11
The amount sold by the bank at...
Gold prices were little changed during North American morning hours on Tuesday, holding near its strongest level in a month as market players awaited comments from a number of Federal Reserve policymakers later in the day for more clues on the timing of the next U.S. rate hike.
Comex gold futures tacked on $1.00, or less than 0.1%, to...
U.S. consumer confidence unexpectedly surged in March to its highest level in 16 years, bolstering optimism over the outlook for the consumption-driven economy, industry data showed on Tuesday.
In a report, the Conference Board, a market research group, said its index of consumer confidence jumped to 125.6 this month from a reading of...
Dovish comments from the Chicago Fed President Charles Evans gave oil a bit of a boost offsetting worries about President Trump’s failed Healthcare Reform Act vote. The Fed may have President Trump's back. After speaking at a conference in Madrid, Spain, the Chicago Fed president signaled that perhaps the Fed might not raise rates as...
(By, Elliott Morss, Financial Analyst)
It's easy to remain fixated on the US. Buoyed on by the Trump Presidency, US stocks continue up. But as measured by standard indices such as price/earnings ratios, US markets are high.
So where else, and by what standards do we choose to invest?