• From one extreme to the other

    How will FED tame the Dollars growth during Trumps rule?

  • Trump kicks the Dollar down

    Trump sends his love to Chine with another assault, as Dollar plunges. May ” to China, Dollar plunges. May says she’ll put final Brexit deal to vote in both Houses of Parliament.

  • Trump’s inauguration and May’s speech to shape up the markets this week

    There are a lot of events shaking up the markets this week; from the ECB and BoC monetary policy decisions and Trump’s transition to the oval office to May’s speech on Brexit and China’s reports. Stay ahead of the game and make the most of these market-moving events with Tickmill.

  • TheCityUK warns about layoffs, if limited access to the EU single market is not preserved

    Full access to the European single market is something that British banks can only dream about after the Brexit. UK’s biggest financial lobbying group is now fighting to at least retain limited access.

  • May says no to “soft Brexit”

    The Oil drops as Iran boosts market share, meanwhile Chinese stocks have a good start to the week, as the Pound drops hard.

  • 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.

  • What to expect from the Forex market in 2017?

    Is it really going to be smooth sailing in the new year or should be waiting for unexpected market tides? We have made an overview, of what to expect of the Forex flow.

  • 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.

  • Oil prices are dripping away

    Oil tumbles ahead of OPEC talks in Vienna, as the Greenback is back on a growth track

  • U-Turn on the market?

    The Dollar posted the biggest declines since the outcome of the US elections. Oil traders change their bullish mood from last week on the hopes of a positive decision from OPEC, as the commodity market optimism fails to spread on the equities.

  • The Japanese Yen is resisting the relentless US Dollar

    The JPY growth gains traction on the upbeat CPI, as Oil prices plunge ahead of the OPEC talks.

  • Bank of Japan saves the global bond market

    The Dollar retreats ahead of Yellen, as Bank of Japan saves the global bond market from a further stagnation.

  • The UK remains resilient in the turmoil

    The labour market buoys in the UK despite the Brexit concerns. Historically the greenback breaks the 2003 peak.

  • OPEC is ready to formally seal the output

    The UK GDP shows resilience in the economy surrounding Brexit, while OPEC prepares to finalize the deal.

  • 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.