• 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.

  • UK consumer optimism is on the rise

    GfK official Joe Staton explained the upbeat change with UK consumers accommodating to a new reality outside of EU, although seeing no adverse changes after Brexit as official disintegration process has not yet commenced.

  • Is the Brexit impact to the economy a myth?

    The new data soothed the worries about the adverse impact of Brexit on the UKs economy.