• Austrailian Dollar is reching a five-month peak

    The EUR and GBP are on a rally, as the Dollar is still in a slump. AUD/USD is rushing to new heights and will likely grow even more, as soon as unemployment is under control.

  • Is Europe caught in the wind of change?

    The Dollar loses poise on the FED consensus, as bullish tone remains in play. This makes Pound spike up, but how long will it last in the light of Brexit?

  • 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.

  • The RBA and BoJ stand pat

    The Japanese currency saw a muted response to the BOJ decision as the Australian Dollar surged on the RBA decision to hold off a rate change.

  • 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.

  • BoE keeps rates unchanged and sparks concerns

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

  • Pound dips on lax manufacturing figures

    HSBC Economist Elizabeth Martins believes that it is too early to discount recession risks. It is important to see what will be the conditions UK quits EU and to what extent the country will retain access to the EU market.

  • The Dollar looks upbeat as the Pound struggles

    The Friday payrolls data showed robust growth of the labour market in the US, which helps the local economy to regain confidence.

  • BoE predicts a dark future for the UK economy

    The indicators in the UK have all fallen sharply, in most cases to levels last seen in the financial crisis, and in some cases even to all-time lows.

  • Is the US consumer data as bad as it seems?

    The US Dollar edges up after dipping to a five-week low, but the FED president advised caution because of the global risks.

  • One currency to rule them all

    The Dollar is showing tremendous growth as it hikes to a four-month peak against all other major currencies.

  • Weale denies possible rate cuts as Carney says the risks are “crystalizing”

    In contrast to the 2008 turmoil Weale does not see panic rising in the financial markets.

  • More deaths in France bring the European tourism sector to a sharp drop.

    Shares of different leisure and tourism companies, as well as, air carriers suffered the worst selloff, which was caused by the attack.

  • FED will hit the target rate of 2% by 2017

    Robert Kaplan expects slow economic growth in the United States and other developing countries.