Markets and currencies seem to be surviving the tariff
rumors quite nicely. One of the key indicators, soybeans was up slightly. Oil
was steady and up somewhat while gold held its own.
The ten-year bond crossed the three percent mark this week meaning that foreign money should be lining up to take advantage of that.
China, Japan, the EU were also topics of discussion.
Korea talks have moved from all out war to North and South Korean leaders holding hands at the DMZ singing Kumbaya.
Maybe not singing just yet but the most positive peace sign
between the two countries we’ve seen lately.
Listen as Tom and Shane tell you what you need to know about this week’s market movements.
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