• The key events of next week

    Find the key events of next week are worth knowing about today.

  • Russia wants to extend the output cuts

    The extension of OPEC curbs for the second half of 2017 is being actively discussed, but it is still too early to talk about specific results.

  • The market “tug-of-war” is at hand

    The Bank of Japan insists on an all-round support for the economy, as the Dollar is growing after the statements of the FED officials.

  • The French Election in a Nutshell

    The French Presidential election is just around the corner and investors around the world keep a close eye on the market reaction in light of the huge uncertainty surrounding the outcome of this major event.

  • Projected sales for the EUR/USD

    The pair has reverted yesterday’s retracement and is now challenging weekly highs.

  • The outsider on the Forex market

    The Dollar continues to decline under the pressure of weak statistics, as the Pound is stabilising after a 2% growth. Among the major calls of uncertainty remain the France elections and tensions on the Korean peninsula.

  • The Pound is taking unexpected turns

    The British Pound rose sharply, as the European stock and debt market are rapidly declining. The risks of elections in France are growing, while the gap between candidates makes the predictions hard.

  • France may seal the fate of the EU

    The European markets are busy assessing the outcome of the first round of the presidential elections in France. Makron and Le Pen almost equalled in the presidential race, which is causing serious fear among the investors.

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    Key takeovers of the next week you need to know about.

  • The prospects for world oil demand were lowered

    World Oil production fell by 755,000 barrels per day in March to 95.98 million barrels per day due to the commitment of OPEC and non-cartel states. Thanks to this the global Oil market is now close to recovery.

  • Is the Australian economic health that vulnerable?

    The Reserve Bank of Australia referred to the word “vulnerable” when talking about the health of the local economy. Yet, The Australian currency rose sharply after the employment data showed an increase.

  • Fifty shades of Trumps’ promises

    Trump has been radically shifting his political stance and started to abandon his election promises. The reaction of the Dollar and the US stock market shows that investors are very sensitive to the president’s words.

  • Brexit from a Geopolitical Perspective – Our CEO’s view

    Article 50 has been triggered. The UK has two years to sort the mess out and ensure it maintains a financial advantage to make leaving the EU worthwhile. But how did we find ourselves in this position and are there more serious risks afoot?

  • Good time to trade USD/JPY

    The USD/JPY is on a path of recovery, as investors see a safe haven appeal in the currency. XAU/USD

  • Metals are in the lead

    Thanks to the Syrian conflict, caution on the market has been the main topic this week. has m caution the theme of this week in the markets. Investors are trying to assess the potential damage to the Russia and the United States relations. At the same time Oil is doing well and safe havens are reaching peaks.