• Find the influential developments of the week

    Find the influential developments of the week

  • Why Trump needs trade wars?

    Investors are desperately trying to predict his next move to price in the markets. Breaking up the trade ties and threatening with high import taxes Trump hopes to gain submission of several trade partners like Canada and Mexico

  • Inflation index in the Eurozone reached a three-year high

    The EUR is resisting pressure, as inflation pickup adds hopes for ECB changes. Oil trades are mixed on production cuts and increases.

  • Traders reduce activity on the market

    The Dollar slides despite upbeat GDP data, the volatility drops on the low market volume on the eve of Christmas.

  • Euro recoils on positive inflation data

    The European currency staged a rebound after surrendering to the pressure from Dollar, sending the currency to a 13-years low.

  • Consumer inflation speeds up in China

    Consumer price inflation (CPI Index) in China accelerated In November for the third month in a row.

  • 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.

  • Gold prices are crashing down

    The FED head Yellen boosts rate hike expectations, which sends the Dollar to a 14-year high. This crashes the Gold to a 6-month low.

  • 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.

  • Bond yields extend their rally as the rate hike odds rise

    A lot of movements are happening on the market. The oil retreats ahead of OPEC as the FTSE 100 is near a bearhish mainstay. USD/JPY sustains gains but the Pound frizzels out.

  • 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.

  • A bullish presence on the market

    The UK Office for National Statistics reported in September that the CPI rose to 1.0%, which is 0.1% higher than projected.

  • The rise and fall of Deutsche Bank

    The bank’s predicaments stoked concerns about the stability of the country’s financial sector with a new wave of shares selloff.

  • Mixed opinions of the fed stir the market

    Rising inflation and robust labour market growth are two key components for monetary tightening according to the FED.

  • The Dollar seems to have smooth sailing ahead

    The Dollar sees moderate gains as the Pound seems to sink lower on the fresh CPI data.