New data out of China shows its trade surplus with the United States increased in June. That’s despite the ongoing economic dispute between the two countries. The figure for last month stands at $29.92 billion. That’s up about 11.3 percent from May. Chinese customs officials report that overall, exports fell 1.3 percent from a year earlier. Imports dropped 7.3 percent. That makes for a trade … Continue reading China trade surplus with US increases
This is Tracey Ryniec, Senior Equity Strategist, filling in for Kevin through Monday. Fingers crossed that the market gods shine down while I’m covering for him. Stocks managed to find some green shoots yesterday even though trade worries continued to weigh on sentiment. It helped that the economic data continues to remain strong. The second look at Q1 GDP continued to be bullish, as it … Continue reading What Slowdown? US Economic Data Continues to be Solid
When it comes to getting a home loan, a strong credit score is critical and a poor score can be a major setback. However, according to new analysis by finder.com.au, 65 per cent of Australians don’t know their credit score. “Even though buying a house might be 10 years down the track, it’s important to know your score early. That way if it’s not the best shape, … Continue reading 10 postcodes could find it easiest to get a loan
There are three or more kinds of trader such as:1. Short term trader (range of few days to few weeks) is very risky and unpredictable.2. Middle term trader (range of a week to a few months)3. Long term trader Before trading in stock market or futures market, gold, currency, bitcoin, and more. You should study in trading strategies as basic finance fundamental, economic, and chart … Continue reading How to become trader? What you should learn?