What you need to know on Wednesday, September 25:
US Democrats have announced they will decide to impeach President Donald Trump. Such news weighed on markets and pushed safe-havens such as the yen higher.
Trump criticized China's trade practices despite fresh Chinese buying of US agricultural goods.
China's "Beige Book" has shown a significant slowdown in the third quarter.
The US is preparing tariffs against the EU following the WTO ruling in its favor.
GBP/USD has been losing its initial gains that followed the UK Supreme Court's decision that parliament's prorogation was unlawful.
EUR/USD has recovered and is back to 1.10 after Germany's IFO Business Climate met low expectations, reflected growing chances of a recession.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand left its interest rate unchanged at 1% as expected, but kept the door open to further easing. NZD/USD remains stable above 0.63.
Cryptocurrencies tumbled down with Bitcoin falling to around $8,500.