Jamie Dimon — News Archive


Chinese Yuan Flat As PBoC Pumps $56 Billion Liquidity for SMEs

The Chinese yuan is trading relatively flat to kick off the holiday-shortened trading week. China continued to employ monetary policy measures to resuscitate the world’s second-largest economy in the coronavirus fallout. One mechanism Beijing is utilizing to spur business activity is bank lending, offering credit to businesses – large and small. Will it be enough for companies to borrow and restart operations?

Euro Holding to Earlier Gains

Euro is holding to earlier gains, and even building again, thanks to an appearance of risk appetite. Earlier, risk appetite faded a bit after US retail sales data, but now there appears to be a resurgence in a desire for riskier assets. The euro, as a result, is regaining its advantage against the US dollar.