• Kim Jong-un is hungry for recognition

    The North Korean situation is slowly escalating, and even though neighboring countries want to put an end to this conflict, Kim Jong-un doesn´t seem keen on stopping. However, there is no guarantee that he will not dare to launch a real missile attack.

  • The markets seem to be cooling down

    The Risk attitude in the global market is very “friendly”, as VIX went below 10 points – a historical record of calm. Gold and the Japanese Yen are trading in the red zone despite the weakness of the US currency.

  • May’s powerlessness in the struggle for power is growing

    The pound is relatively stable despite the possibility of a governmental collapse. The leader of the Conservative party, Theresa May, is likely to step down if she is unable to conclude a coalition with the Democratic Unionist party.

  • Anxiety on the Oil market might underpin the expectations

    Markets are less likely to believe in Trump after the continued prolonging of the economic growth specifics. Oil investors were pricing in positive outcomes of the upcoming OPEC meeting in Vienna on May 25, where producers will decide whether to prolong output cuts or not.

  • Can NAFTA washout crash the oil market?

    In the beginning of the week there were reports that Trump´s administration was going to unilaterally break the NAFTA agreement, but things have gotten a lot more complicated since then. Changes in the trade agreement, or its possible termination, could potentially affect the Oil market.

  • Will there be a supply-demand balance?

    OPEC is not going to yield to shale, as oil is threatened by a collapse.

  • Worldwide economic expansion is set for 2017

    The Dollar renews advances together with Oil, as investors seem to bet on worldwide economic expansion in 2017.

  • The holiday uncertainty urges investors to retreat

    Long holidays fuel the appeal of safe heavens, as greenback drops.

  • OPEC alliance stuck a global agreement

    OPEC strikes the deal sending prices to a new powerful rally. The Dollar declines, as the focus is on the equities of the energy sector.

  • The Dollar has been made great again!

    The USD renews peaks while the bond rout deepens. On the other side of the world, the upbeat Japan data eases pressure on BoJ.

  • Oil rally fizzles out as OPEC efforts seen sterile

    Oil rally fizzles out as OPEC efforts seen sterile, as greenback flatlines after Draghi-fueled growth.

  • ECB holds the rate unchanged with the pressure on Draghi

    The Australian jobs growth is not following thought as the Crude spikes on upbeat EIA update.

  • Chinese market is in turmoil

    The lackluster Chinese data spurred demand for a safe haven with the Japanese Yen rising against the Dollar.

  • Sterling is caught in a vortex

    The gloomy anticipations over the Hard Brexit fallout rose once again with the statement of UK Ministry of Finances estimating the blow to the UK economy from 38B to 66B pounds in a year.

  • Retreat is taking over the market with USD,Oil and Gold in the lead

    US Dollar retreats after climbing to a two-month peak on Friday as the September payrolls signalled a slump in the labour force growth. On the news, Gold extends decline on the rising chance of a rate hike in December