• The UK industrial sector thrives due to the Pound’s Weakening

    UK manufacturing orders rose to the maximum in almost 30 years, with growth recorded in virtually all sectors, according to the Confederation of British Industrialists (CBI). The indicator rose this month to 16 points from 9 points in May, while analysts on average expected a decrease to 7 points. The index has climbed to the […]

  • What do we learn from the PMI?

    The companies increased output due to the weak Pound, as Brexit looms over the country. Making the Bank of England reconsider the possibility of raising rates at the next meeting.

  • 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.

  • UK Parliament may get vote on leaving the Single Market

    Theresa May’s government signalled that the UK lawmakers may get a vote on whether Britain should leave the EU’s single market after Brexit, thus avoiding a hard Brexit scenario.

  • Dollar strengthens on Fed talk, Pound dips on Brexit trigger

    The greenback retreated from multi-month lows on Wednesday, after upbeat data supported expectations for more Fed rate hikes this year, while the sterling plummeted as Britain formally triggered the Brexit process.

  • Sterling sinks as Brexit negotiations loom

    The pound plummeted on Tuesday, as the prospect of Britain triggering its exit from the European Union weighed on global markets, while demand for the dollar remained underpinned ahead of an expected FED rate hike on Wednesday.

  • Dollar drifts on Fed’s lack of optimism, while euro advances on eased political concerns

    FOMC February meeting minutes released on Wednesday failed to provide support for the bulls to manage a sustainable breakout above 101.50. After rising for a while before the release of the minutes, the dollar fell on mixed Fed comments on the need for raising rates. According to the release, officials expect a moderate increase in […]

  • Oil is heading in the right direction

    Brexit restrains the growth of the UK economy, as the Dollar is off to a good start of the week.

  • What is the next target for the UK?

    Launch date for Brexit is the beginning of March – May. But till then what are the steps that the country has to take?

  • Is the European Union viable and needed?

    Tired of waiting for Trump investors sell off the Dollar, as the RBNZ stands pat on policy. There are unexpected threats that pose risks to the financial stability of the Eurozone. Will the union stay strong after the polls in the main countries?

  • Oil prices advance on Iran sanctions

    The Dollar flatlines and there is no positive data in sight. Meanwhile, Carney pointed out a strong underlying momentum of the EU economy.

  • Who will take on the Dollar?

    The new era of the US has brought the country two oppositions the FED and the newly elect President Trump. Which of the major influencers will bring back the glory days of the Dollar?

  • 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.