Dow Jones remains volatile with highs and lows trending in the market. Global gold stocks decline in the trading market by 10 percent.
Following SET's index trading last Sunday, Thai stock market grew by 2.59 points and was trading shares worth 37.635 billion baht.
Gold stocks closed in another all-time low since December 2015.
Despite the losses, Monzo considers 2018 as a good year because it marks its first anniversary as a licensed bank.
Despite ongoing trade wars, the stock market goes up with considerable gains in employment. Bitcoin bounces back and trades strongly at $6,800.
New Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell sees boosting interest rates further in efforts to keep intact the homeostasis of the U.S. economy.
Dow Jones experienced more lows than highs for the past three weeks. Gold and other precious metals were also under pressure.
Central banks should start publishing a quarterly report on household leverage ratio to help financial institutions easily spot a debt crisis.
Bailing out banks from their bad debts is a demonstration of how the financial elites are taking over democracy and free market capitalism.
Despite some short selling, gold rallies appear unflinching. The stock market bounces back from extreme volatility from February to April.