• Dollar is trying to take authority back

    The FED can not bring the inflation back to a comfortable level and investors have realized that the regulator might want the labor market to deliberately overheat in order to understand, where the Phillips curve will work again.

  • The markets are taking a hit with the North Korean situation

    The threat of a military confrontation on the Korean peninsula has provoked a rise of risk on the world market. Stock markets of Europe and Asia went deep into the red zone.

  • Where is the Euro heading?

    Markets are keeping an eye on the European currency, as there is the potential for global growth. Currently, strong economic data is putting a lot of pressure on the ECB. Where will the Euro lead the growing divergence of the ECB policy and inflation expectations?

  • Mixed signals ahead of ECB meeting

    Mixed signals in the Eurozone economy fuel the debate whether the current pickup in inflation and the decrease the unemployment is sufficient proof for the upcoming ECB stance.

  • European Central Bank revitalises the economy

    ECB extends the period for recovery, stocks and Dollar are up, Euro is down.

  • Iraq refuses the oil treaty

    ECB head Draghi noted that the timid inflation pace may force the bank to extend the QE. The Dollar resumes gains, as Oil stays near a three-week high thank to undecided OPEC.

  • 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.

  • The gold standards drop making the dollar gain profit

    The price of the bullion cut through the $1300 support level falling to a pre-Brexit as the Dollar gains strength ahead of the Non-Farm Payrolls.

  • Low dollar brings high Gold prices

    The weak US dollar usually supports gold as it boosts the metal’s appeal as an alternative asset and decreases prices of dollar-denominated commodities for holders of other currencies. Same happened today!

  • BoE keeps rates unchanged and sparks concerns

    The borrowing costs remained at their historically low level at 0.25%

  • BoJ has sent the rate below zero increasing the hunger for risky assets

    Bank of Japan’s decision to cut the interest rate was quite surprising for markets