• Oil could restore the economic growth of the euro zone

    The Euro is on the way to the top, as the positive market data in Europe is fuelling it. But, the fuel of the Oil market is undecided, as OPEC has yet to finalise the decision for an extension.

  • Is it the calm before the storm?

    The VIX volatility index fell below the 10-point mark, the first time since 1993. The British Pound and the Euro edged up against the Dollar, with the degree of buoyancy.

  • Are the bulls taking the market?

    Germany’s trade surplus in March added optimism to the euro zone economy recovery. The volume of exports and imports also exceeded expectations, indirectly indicating the consumption growth.

  • Key market takeaways for the upcoming week

    Take a look at our list of all the important events that are due to next week. Find out the ones your trading strategy could benefit from.

  • Is ECB ready to announce the tapering off?

    The biggest player currently in the Eurozone debt market is the ECB, but at the meeting, they decided to keep the rate unchanged at 0.0%. The data published on Thursday shows that the core inflation in the bloc rose by 1.2%.

  • The anticipation is building with Euro

    The demand for risk is falling, as Euro is declining ahead of the Draghi’s speech. Traders may also pay attention to the GDP as on Friday it is projected to show the weakest growth pace in a year.

  • Will Gold extend a selloff this week?

    The dollar is stable ahead of the publication of Trump’s tax plans, as Yen is reaching a two-week low and Gold is leading significant declines.

  • 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.

  • Euro under pressure after a shift in sentiment

    The euro fell following the comments of ECB officials that there is no possibility of a rate increase in the near-future, while the dollar remained broadly higher on ongoing optimism over the strength of the US economy.

  • 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?