Jordan Lindsey is the founder of JCL Capital, and has found many businesses. He was born in New York, and that is where he was raised. Growing up, Jordan Lindsey loved to play sports, especially tennis and ice hockey. Growing up, he also had the mind of an entrepreneur. Creating something that would change the world was always a passion of Jordan Lindsey.
The first time that Jordan Lindsey had seen the San Francisco area, he fell in love with the place. He decided to move there from New York several months later. The people that live in the San Francisco encourage each other to create, and Jordan Lindsey is a fan of that.
Currently, Jordan Lindsey is an experienced trader in the algo trading business, and he has also done a lot to create financial service companies and technology companies in the private sector.
The EUR/USD has rebounded and it continues to consolidate around 1.23. The Forex dollar is also going down in price, and has been damaged by wage inflation. The dollar has fallen on Monday, because of low wages shown in the federal reserve data. This may prevent the Federal Reserve from being in a position to make three interest rate hikes this year. Job gains for February were significantly higher than the markets would expect, but wage inflation remained subdued. Wage inflation is a factor that historically has been watched by the Federal Reserve.
Wage growth would need to be above three percent in order to entice the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, most likely. The dollar fell 0.4 percent against the yen to 106.37 yen, and it was down 0.5 percent at 0.9470 verses the Swiss currency, which is the Franc. The euro remains below the three year peak that it hit in February.