• May’s powerlessness in the struggle for power is growing

    The pound is relatively stable despite the possibility of a governmental collapse. The leader of the Conservative party, Theresa May, is likely to step down if she is unable to conclude a coalition with the Democratic Unionist party.

  • The Pound is affected by the political risks

    GDP data is showing that the British economy is currently far from positive, but surprisingly the Pound remains fairly stable ahead of parliamentary elections. The FED’s meeting showed a growth slowdown in the first quarter, but it does not make the market cautious.

  • Oil prices advance on Iran sanctions

    The Dollar flatlines and there is no positive data in sight. Meanwhile, Carney pointed out a strong underlying momentum of the EU economy.

  • From one extreme to the other

    How will FED tame the Dollars growth during Trumps rule?

  • Trump kicks the Dollar down

    Trump sends his love to Chine with another assault, as Dollar plunges. May ” to China, Dollar plunges. May says she’ll put final Brexit deal to vote in both Houses of Parliament.

  • Trump’s inauguration and May’s speech to shape up the markets this week

    There are a lot of events shaking up the markets this week; from the ECB and BoC monetary policy decisions and Trump’s transition to the oval office to May’s speech on Brexit and China’s reports. Stay ahead of the game and make the most of these market-moving events with Tickmill.