• Is Europe caught in the wind of change?

    The Dollar loses poise on the FED consensus, as bullish tone remains in play. This makes Pound spike up, but how long will it last in the light of Brexit?

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Are Bulls going after the Bears?

    Dollar is muted ahead of the NFP and the bulls brace for their last chance to push higher.

  • BoJ announces the official policy stance

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

  • May says no to “soft Brexit”

    The Oil drops as Iran boosts market share, meanwhile Chinese stocks have a good start to the week, as the Pound drops hard.

  • All eyes on ECB

    Euro, equities rise as all eyes on ECB, Oil gains.

  • Shale sector tries to reap the gains of the OPEC deal

    Oil breaks the next record, Euro pares declines after Renzi defeat. The US Dollar, on the other had, sees declines.

  • November payrolls roll in

    Dollar retreats ahead of the Payrolls, as the the US auto sales rose by 3.7% in November.

  • U-Turn on the market?

    The Dollar posted the biggest declines since the outcome of the US elections. Oil traders change their bullish mood from last week on the hopes of a positive decision from OPEC, as the commodity market optimism fails to spread on the equities.

  • Retreat is taking over the market with USD,Oil and Gold in the lead

    US Dollar retreats after climbing to a two-month peak on Friday as the September payrolls signalled a slump in the labour force growth. On the news, Gold extends decline on the rising chance of a rate hike in December

  • Will the Union really be over in March 2017?

    The bearish pressure increased together with the uncertainty related to the official breakup of the EU as positive expextations for the NFP grow.

  • Japanese Yen rises cautiously after Kuroda speech

    A decisive address from the head of the Japan Central Bank will likely kerb the appetite of the Yen bulls, helping the currency to retreat from excessive strengthening.

  • Greenback index pairs decline after bad PMI

    US economy shows mixed performance with Initial Jobless Claims rising less than expected to 263K vs. 265K expected.

  • UK consumer optimism is on the rise

    GfK official Joe Staton explained the upbeat change with UK consumers accommodating to a new reality outside of EU, although seeing no adverse changes after Brexit as official disintegration process has not yet commenced.