• The tax reforms might have some complications instore

    The Dollar continues its retreat on Thursday, as investors are waiting for a version of the Senate tax bill, which may significantly differ from the version of the House of Representatives (controlled by the Republicans).

  • Saudi Arabian political tension keeps prices elevated

    Oil prices have slowed their growth to the next level of the resistance, as the political turmoil in Saudi Arabia continues to serve as a powerful signal. This helps the markets strengthen the prospects of reducing the global supply of raw materials.

  • Will Brent reach new heights next week?

    The WTI barrel fixes it´s losses on Friday, while increase in the US production is holding back prices.

  • Will Draghi choose the cautions approach?

    The Central Bank plans to announce an asset purchase program cut at today’s meeting and any deviation from the most likely scenario (€ 30bn, 9 months) could potentially cause volatility in the markets, particularly affecting the European currency and German bonds.

  • Japan is not ready for a change

    The Japanese Yen fell sharply on Monday, and the stock market is in better shape in more than 20 years, as Sunday’s elections did not alter political landscape of the country.

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  • Is Draghi trying to avoid talking about the markets?

    Despite the EBC October meeting being the main denominator whether the politics will be curtailed or not, Draghi tries to dismiss the importance of the event.

  • Will September inflation data impress the market?

    The EUR/USD pair is stable, despite the fact that the Dollar is falling against other currencies ahead of the Septembers consumer inflation data. What has pushed Dollar in the right direction has been the unemployment benefits data.

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  • Will the ECB Minutes solve the Euro´s controversy?

    The world indices are descending from record highs, while the European investors are tensely waiting for the ECB meeting protocol to get more information about the regulator’s intentions to curtail the monetary stimulus.

  • Is the ECB satisfied with the inflation?

    Oil prices continued to decline during the session on Tuesday, as short-term factors restraining the production of shale firms in the US are gradually coming to nought.

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  • Is Trump pushing the budget deficit boundaries?

    On Wednesday, Trump presented a bill in which he proposed significant tax breaks for both individuals and legal entities. The reform implies a reduction in income and corporate taxes, as well as the abolition of certain tax benefits.

  • Did FED play the Dollar?

    The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged at a meeting on Wednesday, but admitted that there will be a third increase in December, despite the inflation problems in the US.

  • The Dollar is back on growth track. But for how long?

    It is unlikely that growth of new short positions will happen before the Friday’s inflation data. The decline in global risks has prompted investors to take interest in risky assets, forcing part of open sales to be closed against the Dollar.