• Find the influential developments of the week

    Find the influential developments of the week

  • Who will take on the Dollar?

    The new era of the US has brought the country two oppositions the FED and the newly elect President Trump. Which of the major influencers will bring back the glory days of the Dollar?

  • U.S. shale production is filling up the gap

    Bank of Japan leaves key rates unchanged, Trump fires acting AG on disobedience.

  • BoJ announces the official policy stance

    Dollar is in a selloff ahead the FED, Yen surges as BoJ announce its policy stance.

  • Why Trump needs trade wars?

    Investors are desperately trying to predict his next move to price in the markets. Breaking up the trade ties and threatening with high import taxes Trump hopes to gain submission of several trade partners like Canada and Mexico

  • Will the ties with the UK replace TPP?

    Dollar renews bottoms on the rising political risks. The Pound surges thanks to the US seeing Brits, as a new main trading partner.

  • Yellen and Draghi spook investors

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

  • 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.

  • Optimism around Trump is phasing out

    Greenback retreats as market euphoria over Trump is phasing out, this pushes Crude oil to rally.

  • The Dollar has been made great again!

    The USD renews peaks while the bond rout deepens. On the other side of the world, the upbeat Japan data eases pressure on BoJ.

  • OPEC is ready to formally seal the output

    The UK GDP shows resilience in the economy surrounding Brexit, while OPEC prepares to finalize the deal.

  • Japanese GDP has only grown 4%

    In Ireland, the economy during this period increased by almost a third (32.6%), and consumer spending per capita decreased by 5.6%.

  • Saudi Arabia opens up for global investments

    Saudi Arabia opens up for global investments with the new bond offering , as the stocks are mixed ahead of ECB.

  • Is the USD in for high pressure?

    According to Yellen’s speech on Friday in Boston the FED may be forced to create some “high pressure” in the economy to get over the blows, which curbed production.

  • The recession risks are becoming visible in Japan

    The weak domestic demand forceS companies to continuously maintain the cut-down policy of the prices.