• Canadian Dollar is on the move

    In the beginning of this week, it is important to look towards EUR/USD, USD/CAD and GBP/CAD. The GBP/CAD is quite volatile, but we have a good reach for profit here, as EUR/USD is renewing the months long maximum.

  • Bears are relentless to weaken their grip on the USD

    The excitement in the markets is subsiding, as investors are still distrustful of the Dollar. Volatility is gradually declining in the markets but key uncertainties remain unresolved.

  • Is Trump trying to sabotage the FBI investigation?

    Either choosing cooperation or obstruction Trump will still shoot himself in the foot, as the Russian relations with the US elections cannot be swept under a rug any longer.

  • Do we buy or sell the EUR/USD?

    The US Dollar continues to lose ground against most of its main competitors, as there has been no good news coming in from the retail sales and CPI. Euro is taking the lead and thus we have two options with the EUR/USD pair.

  • Bank of England Keeps Rates on Hold

    The BoE’s Monetary Policy Committee voted unanimously to keep the central bank’s record low interest rates on hold and the rate of bond purchases at their current levels.

  • NZD/USD fell to the lowest level of the year

    The RBNZ leaves the rate unchanged, as in Australia, finding a balance in the interest rates is a big headache for the RBA, as the real estate market boom spurs prices growth.

  • 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.

  • Is Macron’s victory a new era of ascent for the Euro?

    The elimination of the political risks and favourable outcomes for the financial markets will likely allow the European assets, including the Euro, to go on the offensive. Growth in the UK retail sales slowed to 0.5% in April, as the latest data in the Chinese economy showed that the country’s trade balance surplus increased.

  • Is France on a clear presidential path now?

    Macron won the final debates ahead of the second election round, making the precious metals and Yen accelerated declines. The USD rate hike possibility rose immensely for July.

  • Will the FED be able to wake up the market?

    Traders expect that the FED will leave borrowing rate unchanged, but they might add clarity to the short-term outlook for the monetary policy.

  • What do we learn from the PMI?

    The companies increased output due to the weak Pound, as Brexit looms over the country. Making the Bank of England reconsider the possibility of raising rates at the next meeting.

  • Selling S&P 500 is worth a try!

    The U.S. main stock index seems to be slightly unstable, as it is struggling to make a determined move. The economic data today is causing some investor nervousness ahead of the jobs report this Friday.

  • 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%.

  • Can NAFTA washout crash the oil market?

    In the beginning of the week there were reports that Trump´s administration was going to unilaterally break the NAFTA agreement, but things have gotten a lot more complicated since then. Changes in the trade agreement, or its possible termination, could potentially affect the Oil market.