• What happened after the Nonfarm Payrolls?

    The U.S. Dollar let the Euro take a significant lead on Friday, despite the release of good labour market data. But how did this influence Australian Dollar?

  • Is economic recession up ahead?

    ECB expresses caution, as there have been no direct news about QE cuts or rate increases, which implies that the economic pickup will be shabby.

  • US oil vs. OPEC – who will win?

    The latest push averaged around 8.2M barrels surpassing the projections of a 2M increase, which is causing the prices to erase this year’s gains. Tuesday the OPEC officials showed that the producers are aware of the heavy oversupply leaving prices relatively resilient to cartel endeavours. Is it 1:0 for the US Oil workers?

  • Mixed signals ahead of ECB meeting

    Mixed signals in the Eurozone economy fuel the debate whether the current pickup in inflation and the decrease the unemployment is sufficient proof for the upcoming ECB stance.

  • Is Oil going down the drain?

    One-third of the increase in OPEC cartel production will come from Iraq and Iran. Together with the growing demand for energy, the IEA report looks optimistic.

  • Investors are questioning the stability of EU, should you?

    It is too early for the Dollar to play against the crowd’s demand and even the FED talks have been side-lined. Is ECB reducing the size of the asset-purchase program?

  • Find the influential developments of the week

    Find the influential developments of the week

  • Yellen and Draghi spook investors

    The ECB baulks hopes, as no signal for folding stimulus, has been given. Dollar gains before Trump swear in.

  • Key market-moving events of the week

    Find out the key market-moving events to watch for in the coming week

  • 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.

  • The British Pound is diminishing

    Greenback outshines its major opponents, despite the low-volume trading.The Oil traders remain optimistic as OPEC prepares to cut output.

  • BOJ is moving towards a recovery

    The bullish signals from the FED, ECB and the rescue plan for troubled Italian lenders halted a sharp drop in the Eurozone bond yields.

  • Tame response to the FED rate hike

    Market’s response was quite predictable, and rather tame for that matter. It would have been more interesting to see what would have happened, if FED had not raised the rate.

  • Run-up to the FED meeting

    US Dollar trades in green ahead of the FED, Pound surge on consumer inflation data.

  • All eyes on ECB

    Euro, equities rise as all eyes on ECB, Oil gains.