US: Labour market is more resilient than you think – NFB

Krishen Rangasamy, analyst at the National Bank of Canada, the data from the October US official employment report shows the labor market offers no signs of folding and shrugged off talk of recession.

Dollar Slides to 10-Day Low Ahead of Payroll Data

The dollar fell to its lowest in some 10 days in early trading in Europe amid hopes that the world economy may be bottoming out.

Pound Volatility Cooling Off May Be Calm Before Election Storm

Pound traders looking forward to quiet before the U.K.’s December election could be in for a jolt, at least if recent history is any guide.

Pound New Zealand Dollar (GBP/NZD) Exchange Rate Flat as UK Manufacturing ‘Heading for Recession’

The Pound New Zealand Dollar (GBP/NZD) exchange rate was left flat today, with the pairing currently trading at around NZ$2.0175.

Dollar hobbled before payrolls data as trade war doubts grow

The dollar traded near a three-week low versus the yen on Friday before a U.S. employment report expected to show a slowdown in job creation, highlighting concerns about the health of the world's largest economy.

Pound Volatility Cooling Off May Be Calm Before Election Storm

Pound traders looking forward to quiet before the U.K.’s December election could be in for a jolt, at least if recent history is any guide.

Nigel Farage Demands Johnson Ditch Brexit Deal to Forge Election Pact

Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage threatened to field candidates in every constituency in the Dec. 12 election if Prime Minister Boris Johnson refuses to abandon his deal with the European Union and form a “leave alliance” to deliver a clean-break Brexit.

China trade deal in sight after progress in high-level talks

The United States and China on Friday said they made progress in talks aimed at defusing a nearly 16-month-long trade war that has harmed the global economy, and U.S. officials said a deal could be signed this month.