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Japan scrambles ahead of White House visit under American pressure on trade

Japan’s scrambling in order to respond to intensifying trade pressure from American President Donald Trump, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe intending to meet the head of Toyota Motor Corp this week as well as business lobby Keidanren planning a Trump task force.

Abe is expected to visit Washington on February 10 for negotiations with Donald Trump at which the American leader is expected to seek rapid progress toward a two-way trade deal with Japan and also discuss the automotive sector.

Ahead of those negotiations, Abe will meet with Toyota Chief Executive Akio Toyoda, as two sources revealed. One of them told that the meeting would take place on Friday. However, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga denied that a gathering had been set for Friday, Toyota Motor Corp refused to comment.

In a phone call with Abe on Saturday, Donald Trump repeated his promise generate new jobs in America. 

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British pound hits intra-day peaks on UK factory data

On Wednesday, the British pound hit intra-day peaks against the evergreen buck, following survey data, showing that the British manufacturing sector made a strong start to 2017.

The currency pair GBP/USD grew 0.21%, being worth 1.2609 from around 1.2575 earlier.

The Markit manufacturing purchasing managers’ index dropped to 55.9 in January from December’s two-and-a-half year peaks of 56.1, which is in line with forecasts.

Output went up at the fastest rate since May 2014 because new order intakes surged at a robust pace, as the report revealed.

However, the report also pointed out to ballooning price pressures, as input costs grew at their fastest rate for the last 25 years, spurred by the almost 20% dip in the British pound since June’s Brexit vote as well as higher costs for commodities, including oil and steel.

It definitely prompted manufacturers to increase the prices they charged for their goods at the fastest rate since April 2011.

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FTSE 100 rallies as bank shares grow on Dodd-Frank hopes

On Friday, British shares logged moderate revenues, though they were set for a weekly loss even as bank shares grew on reports President Donald Trump’s intention to dismantle some American regulations on the sector.

The FTSE 100 UKX soared 0.2%, being worth 7,154.78, though the basic materials as well as telecom groups were in the red. On Thursday, the London benchmark grew 0.5% for a second day of revenues. It found itself on track for a weekly loss of about 0.4%.

Banks surged, following Trump’s plans to sign an executive action just to scale back the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial-overhaul law, as part of an initiative to dismantle much of the regulatory system put in place after the financial downtime.

Stocks of mining heavyweight BHP Billiton PLC BLT dropped 3.1%, Anglo American PLC AAL sank 3.5%. Glencore PLC  GLEN inched up 4%, while Antofagasta PLC  ANTO declined 2.9%.

Meanwhile, the currency pair GBP/USD hit $1.2524,which is on par with late Thursday’s level.

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Gold soars to 12-week peak on bets for less aggressive Fed

On Monday, gold managed to gain during European morning trade, ascending toward the highest level in about 12 weeks, as market participants scaled back hopes for a more aggressive pace of rate lifts from the Fed this year.

In New York, April delivery gold futures grew to a session high of $1,227.00 a troy ounce, the most impressive outcome since November 16.

The previous week, prices of the yellow metal soared 2.4%, its best weekly revenue for seven months.

The latest American employment report revealed that jobs growth beat hopes, although wage growth remained moderate, which will probably help the Fed to adopt a more cautious approach on lifting interest rates this year.

In January, the American economy generated up to 227,000 jobs from the previous month, as the Labor Department revealed on Friday, while the unemployment rate tacked on to 4.8% from 4.7% in December, as more US citizens joined the workforce.

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Trump's administration should stay away from FX comments

On Tuesday, in a reply to criticism of a low euro from the administration of American President Donald Trump, Francois Villeroy de Galhau, Bank of France Governor told in a newspaper interview that policymakers need to stay away from making unilateral comments on exchange rates.

Villeroy de Galhau, a member of the European Central Bank's Governing Council, also stressed that an international code of conduct for the Group of Seven advised against competitive devaluations as well as making unilateral declarations on currencies' exchange rates.

Before criticizing the European Union, any wise person need to respect international rules first of all, as he told in an interview with the Italian daily Il Sole 24 Ore, released on Tuesday.

In an attack on Germany, US President Donald Trump's top trade adviser, Peter Navarro, pointed out that the common currency happened to be extremely undervalued.

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European shares are mixed amid political uncertainty

On Wednesday, European stocks were mixed, as market participants eyed the issue of fresh earnings reports, while worries over potential political turmoil in the EU persisted.

During European morning trade, French CAC 40 gained 0.17%, the EURO STOXX 50 grew 0.04% and Germany’s DAX 30 tacked on 0.02%.

Market participants remained cautious amid worries over the possibility of a Brexit or Trump-style shock result in France’s approaching presidential election.

Concerns as for elections in the Netherlands, Italy and Germany and the everlasting row over Greece's bailout added to concerns over political risk in the EU.

Dovish remarks by ECB President Mario Draghi, who downplayed calls for the bank to scale back its stimulus program on Monday, weighed too.

Financial shares were mixed, as French lenders Societe Generale as well as BNP Paribas lost 0.55% and 1.57% respectively. As for German Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, they earned respectively 0.03% and 0.42%.

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Kiwi edges down after RBNZ holds

On Thursday, the New Zealand dollar dropped in Asia as the major bank issued cautious guidance on rates and the greenback gained as traders sought the US dollar for safety on worries over the common currency.

The currency pair NZD/USD hit 0.203, declining 0.83% after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand held steady just as expected at 1.75% and indicated a neutral policy, unlike neighboring Australia which this week told it was at the end of an easing cycle.

Additionally, USD/JPY hit 112.07, ascending 0.12%, while AUD/USD got to 0.7624, dropping 0.27%.

The US dollar index, assessing the greenback’s value against a trade-weighted basket of six crucial currencies, edged up 0.11%, being worth 100.25.

Overnight, the evergreen buck turned lower against other key currencies on Wednesday, though losses were expected to remain restricted as political uncertainty in the European Union kept weighing on market sentiment.

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China’s major bank warns bitcoin exchanges that violations will bring closure

On Thursday, China's major bank told that it met with nine of the country's smaller bitcoin exchanges in order to discuss risks as well as problems in the bitcoin market, and warned them that they risk closure if they keep violating the country's regulations.

The People's Bank of China informed in a statement on its website that it had told during the Wednesday meeting not to take part in financial activities, including margin lending.

It stressed that the gathering came amid ongoing checks into Huobi and OkCoin, two of the country's number one trading platforms. The major bank told that  the spot checks were to look into probable rule violations.

Beijing has already ramped up efforts for the purpose of stemming capital outflows and relieving pressure on its national currency. While the Yuan sank 6.6% against the greenback the previous year, thus demonstrating its worst performance since 1994, the bitcoin managed to soar to near-record highs.

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European stocks inch up

On Monday, European stocks traded moderately higher, as market participants found optimism after another record close on Wall Street as well as weighed political developments.

Nearing midday in the EU, the benchmark Euro Stoxx 50 surged 0.46%, French CAC 40 grew 0.56%, Germany’s DAX 30 added 0.47%.

Meanwhile, Germany reported a 0.8% surge in wholesale prices in January, which is higher than hopes for a revenue of 0.3%. Year-on-year registered a 4.0% ascend, that could drive concern of inflation in the euro zone’s number one economy.

The European Commission also published its latest economic forecasts, raising its estimate for the euro area to ascend 1.6% in 2017 from the previous projection of 1.5%.

In London, the commodity-heavy FTSE 100 went up 0.02% with mining stocks, demonstrating strength as copper gained due to a strike by BHP Billiton’s workers in Chile.

In America, Wall Street pointed a moderately higher start. The Dow Jones Industrial Average futures soared 0.15%, S&P 500 futures leapt 0.08%, while the Nasdaq 100 futures grew 0.06%.

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