• Important reports of the upcoming week

    Find out which profitable events to look forward to in the next week!

  • More loans, less market confidence

    Moody’s Investors Service downgrades the credit rating of the Chinese economy. According to the agency, even with the implementation of structural reforms by the Chinese authorities, pursuing the official economic targets will inevitably inflate the public debt in the medium term.

  • A Wall around America

    The US currency floats near the buffer area before Trumps updates. In the meantime, Oil turns downside on the gloomy API report.

  • Pound falls on the Supreme Court decision

    Dollar bears retreat on profit taking, as the currency index has dipped below 100 level with the support of Asian traders on Tuesday.

  • An unexpected drop in the UK employment

    The Dollar slides ahead of the FED, employment in the UK drops the first time in a year.

  • Gold plunges after a day of rallying

    Gold plunges after a day of rallying as the market sentiments are in a heavy dissent, Pound soars on Supreme Court decision and BoE.

  • Pound rebounds on Carney while equities drop

    The British currency erased declines quickly as the governor squashed the hopes of those expecting a further stimulus. At the same time, the Oil prices tumbled and AUD rose immensely.

  • Pound retreats against the peaking Dollar

    Pound pared declines recovering to a 1.23 level as the British Prime Minister Theresa May allowed the parliament to vote on her plan, which in turn eased investors’ concerns about the ruined ties with the EU.

  • The gold standards drop making the dollar gain profit

    The price of the bullion cut through the $1300 support level falling to a pre-Brexit as the Dollar gains strength ahead of the Non-Farm Payrolls.

  • Is BoJ’s alternative strategy working?

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

  • 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.

  • Greenback stalls in absence of catalysts for growth

    Sentiment on the dollar remained fragile after the release of weak data on employment in the United States and weakest non-mfg. PMI for six years.

  • Crude Oil advance on upbeat API update

    Output-freeze speculations continue to be a key driver for price growth ahead of the OPEC meeting in Algeria. Nonetheless, market analysts cast illusions that Oil producers will reach an agreement to cap output amid reviving shale supplies from the US.

  • Is a rate hike in September really possible?

    The New Zealand Dollar fell sharply against its American peer as the US Dollar is still recovering from a heavy selloff.

  • Another rate bites the dust

    Everything changes in the market in a matter of hours. Today already the US Dollar declines against its major peers as lacklustre Non-Farm Productivity fell the third quarter in a row.