Global FX DATA:


        Asian shares clawed back earlier losses on Tuesday as China made a fresh attempt to stabilize its stock markets although activity was choppy with investors cautious about further escalations in the Sino-U.S. trade war.
      • GOLD

        Gold prices fell on Tuesday as the U.S. dollar firmed on renewed fears of an intensification in the Sino-U.S. trade war and worries over slowing global economic growth.
      • OIL
        Brent oil prices dipped on Tuesday, weighed down by ongoing weakness in global stock markets and by signs of rising global supply despite looming sanctions on Iran’s crude exports.
      • EURO

        The Euro pair had good two-way moves at the start of a new trading week and finally ended the day with modest losses, reversing Friday's goodish rebound from over two-month tops. 

        Bitcoin and other major cryptocurrency prices fell on Friday as Elvira Nabiullina, the head of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, said markets’ excitement toward virtual coins have begun to fade.

        A Bangladesh court on Tuesday doubled to 10 years a jail term for former prime minister Khaleda Zia for graft, ruling out her chances of contesting a general election in December.
      • KOREA

        Korean Air Lines Co Ltd is very likely to order more Boeing Co 787 widebody jets to mainly replace its existing aircraft, as it seeks to streamline its fleet and reduce costs.
      • GERMANY

        Software AG, Germany’s No.2 business software firm, reported third-quarter profits and sales that slightly beat market expectations as its new industrial internet division achieved triple-digit growth.

        Argentine President Mauricio Macri is used to seeing bad poll numbers as he struggles to drive through an unpopular austerity program that has cut fuel subsidies, raised taxes and sent utility bills soaring.
      • INDIA

        India's central bank on Friday increased lenders' single borrower exposure limit for non-banking financial companies which do not finance infrastructure, to 15 percent of capital funds.
      • CHINA

        China’s banking regulator said it plans to start letting funds from products publicly sold by banks’ wealth management subsidiaries be directly invested in shares.

        About 300 staff of National Australia Bank have been fired or left the company as a result of internal investigations into wrongdoing, following public revelations of misconduct across the sector.
      • US

        The U.S. Mega Millions jackpot climbed to nearly $1 billion, the largest ever for the contest, and the second biggest U.S. lottery on record, trailing a $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot paid out in 2016.

      • JAPAN

        Japan’s Toshiba Corp and IHI Corp have decided to dissolve their joint venture that make turbines for nuclear power plants due to weakened demand following the Fukushima disaster.