Data has been strong enough heading into year-end to prevent market participants from making strong conclusions on the likely timing of the end of the Fed's tightening cycle, and in this environment the dollar is likely to remain well-supported for now.
At this point it's hard for me to draw any conclusions. We know the standards, but we don't know exactly what was tested. It's the first year of data. At a very first glance, I'm pleased, but to draw any meaningful data, it's too early.
China and the United States have supported our proposal and this gives hopes that the Iranian nuclear issue will be settled. We have some time, because according to expert conclusions, Iran will need another four or six years to create nuclear weapons.
Anybody can put anything they want on the Internet. A lot of people have little training on evidence and evidence evaluation, and some people draw conclusions, and it's not valid. You need to confirm what you are finding.