Treasury prices are rising on Monday to kick off the holiday-truncated week after reports President Donald Trump mooted firing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Gold futures markets try for fresh six-month highs Monday as bullion marks early gains, underpinned by a weaker dollar.
U.S. stock futures rise Monday, indicating that markets may open lower in a holiday-shortened session after the worst week of trading since the financial crisis of 2008.
The U.S. dollar edges lower on Monday, in the past week of 2018 trading, as the U.S. government is partially shut down and the greenback is still recovering from last week’s Federal Reserve interest raise increase.
Born in the aftermath of one of the worst recessions in history, this bull market has come much further than many had expected. And as Wall Street prepares to ring in 2019, the prevailing mood appears to be uncertainty.
The U.S. Treasury Department raised eyebrows and jogged worrying memories of the financial crisis Sunday with a statement that Secretary Steve Mnuchin convened calls with the CEOs of six leading banks to confirm they had ample liquidity, in hopes of averting another Wall Street selloff Monday.
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