• Was populism defeated in Netherlands?

    The FED’s caution fuels further growth of the indices, as Rutte defeats Wilders in a Netherlands referendum. BoJ left interest rates unchanged, which propelled Yen´s rapid fall.

  • An important day for the Dollar

    The FOMC interest rate decision will happen this evening. The Committee’s statement should accompany it along with Yellens speech.

  • Saudi Arabia reversed a third of its production cuts

    Saudi Arabia reported to OPEC that it raised output above the levels seen in February, allowing oil prices to recover. Oil prices gained 1.5%, also finding support from a weaker dollar ahead of the FOMC meeting.

  • Sterling sinks as Brexit negotiations loom

    The pound plummeted on Tuesday, as the prospect of Britain triggering its exit from the European Union weighed on global markets, while demand for the dollar remained underpinned ahead of an expected FED rate hike on Wednesday.

  • FOMC Minutes release failed to surprise the markets

    Dollar starts to decline, as FOMC Minutes had nothing new for the investors. On the other hand Rouble breaks a new level that hasn´t been seen since 2015.

  • Prepare for the ECB meeting outcome!

    As the tradition holds then the ECB meeting should take place tomorrow. Everyone is waiting for only one thing to happen, that is, for the QE program to continue.

  • 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.

  • The aftershocks of FOMC!

    The FED did not raise interest rates last week, as it was anticipated by many market participants. As for the British currency, market operators keep shortening the long positions as the rest of market participants keep extending them.

  • Dollar rebounds slightly as precious metals are in a hot zone

    The head of FED noted that the US growth remains manageable with low-interest rates.

  • Are major oil producers able to freeze the output?

    Traders are second-guessing if major oil producers are able to support the market. At the same time, the UK market has no optimism after the UK Labour market figures were released.

  • The future seems bleak for the USD

    in September the FED meeting might hold some surprises for the market but for now dark times seem to be ahead for the USD.

  • Let’s go short with the EUR/USD after the release of the FOMC Minutes!

    Again the US economy is without another rate hike, but instead, the Euro has come to a ripe time to sell.

  • Is a rate hike in September really possible?

    The New Zealand Dollar fell sharply against its American peer as the US Dollar is still recovering from a heavy selloff.

  • The US Dollar pares down its declines on Friday, Central banks extend global easing

    The Japanese Central Bank announced this week that deepening the negative rate to -0.5% is theoretically possible.

  • Output freeze discussions get another round in April, the US Dollar gains strength

    The long-awaited discussion on the Oil market will be resumed on April 17 in Doha.