LONDON (Reuters) – The euro hovered near $1.10 on Thursday as traders waited to see the scale of fresh stimulus expected from the European Central Bank, while China’s yuan and Australia’s dollar were buoyed by further signs of a thaw in the U.S.-China trade war.
Colorado and Wyoming charge $50 a year, California an added $100, and Illinois tried to introduce a flat fee of $1,000 for owners of electric vehicles.
The EUR/USD pair last traded at 1.1064 by 11:30 PM ET (03:30 GMT), up 0.1%.
The retail chain’s new measures on open-carry come after dozens of people have been killed in mass shootings in recent weeks.
Governor Murat Uysal may not quite match the record cut he delivered during his first meeting at the helm in July. Most of the economists surveyed by Bloomberg forecast a reduction of 275 basis points on Thursday. But a sizable minority sees a bigger move, and others point to the risk of another dovish surprise.
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Investing.com – The pound turned positive against the greenback on Thursday on a report that the European Union is prepared to grant another Brexit extension to the U.K. to prevent the country from leaving the bloc without deal.
A letter by a top adviser to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos reveals how the department has prioritized student loan servicers over student borrowers, consumer advocates say.
Investing.com – The Japanese yen, which is widely considered as a safe-haven currency, fell on Thursday in Asia as encouraging signs in U.S.-China trade situation improved investor sentiment.
More than half a century after its introduction, the Ford Mustang coupe remains the most popular car in its class, and has actually seen demand grow worldwide in recent years. But are motorists ready for an all-electric Mustang SUV? Ford has said little about the battery car since confirming plans […]