• Important economic events for the coming week

    Get an outlook of the upcoming Forex market changes!

  • The UK economy is on the rise for the upcoming quarter!

    The index of confidence in the economy in the manufacturing sector increased in September to 22 points from 11 points in the previous month.

  • Dollar rebounds slightly as precious metals are in a hot zone

    The head of FED noted that the US growth remains manageable with low-interest rates.

  • Yields are high in the emerging markets after new economic projections

    The period of cheap US Dollar will be extended for some time allowing investors to hunt for higher yields in the emerging markets.

  • EUR/GBP is ready to drop!

    The EUR/GBP has gone through some interesting stages in the past weeks and now it is at the prime point to be sold.

  • Is BoJ’s alternative strategy working?

    BoJ is actively trying to find alternative ways to pep up the economy while keeping the rates unchanged.

  • Low dollar brings high Gold prices

    The weak US dollar usually supports gold as it boosts the metal’s appeal as an alternative asset and decreases prices of dollar-denominated commodities for holders of other currencies. Same happened today!

  • The Oil prices are recovering along with the global equity market!

    The OPEC members are close to reaching an agreement on the output freeze after a tough week on the market.

  • Elections have secured the USD/RUB, so start trading!

    As the State Duma elections took part this Sunday, we can assume that there are steady positions ahead for the Russian Ruble. At the same time, GPB shows very promising rise for the future.

  • Important economic events for the coming week

    We are proving you with only the most crucial events to help your trading.

  • Bank of Russia tries to get free from the Dollars grips

    The CBR sees that the measures to de-dollar the bank assets and liabilities have a strong effect, but they deem it necessary.

  • Mixed opinions of the fed stir the market

    Rising inflation and robust labour market growth are two key components for monetary tightening according to the FED.

  • BoE keeps rates unchanged and sparks concerns

    The borrowing costs remained at their historically low level at 0.25%

  • The time is ripe for the S&P500 sell!

    The Crude oil is approaching the broken descending channel again, which is drawn in at the points 1 and 2.

  • Are major oil producers able to freeze the output?

    Traders are second-guessing if major oil producers are able to support the market. At the same time, the UK market has no optimism after the UK Labour market figures were released.