• Scepticism is spreading on the Oil market

    The meeting of the Monitoring Committee will be held in St.Petersburg on Monday. Investors will carefully monitor possible Saudi Arabia’s announcements, which may have to reduce the supply by another 1 million barrels.

  • What is the best move with AUD/USD?

    The AUD/USD is moving rapidly, so let´s take a look at the best trading options with this currency as well as Gold.

  • What state is the Oil market in?

    According to the forecast of EIA, shale production in August will increase by about 100K barrels. Comparing the production dynamics in the US and the OPEC countries with unlimited production, the latter significantly contribute to the glut of the market.

  • How much has inflation hit the UK household spending?

    The Pound is declining as the probability of a rate hike is decreasing, after a weaker than expected rise in inflation. The key indicator has decreased to 2.6% with a forecast of 2.9%.

  • Is Canada trying to take the lead in the Oil production?

    Canada has the third largest Oil reserves in the world and is able to increase the hydrocarbon production, jeopardising the implementation of the OPECs agreement aimed to restore the balance on the Oil market.

  • The markets seem to be cooling down

    The Risk attitude in the global market is very “friendly”, as VIX went below 10 points – a historical record of calm. Gold and the Japanese Yen are trading in the red zone despite the weakness of the US currency.

  • The European currency is on a hike

    Investors hurry to take a comfortable position about the Euro before the ECB makes a global turnaround in the monetary policy. On Wednesday, the common currency is going to test the level 1.14.

  • 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.

  • Trump denies obstruction of justice in FBI probe

    The president of the United States Donald Trump denied obstructing justice in the investigation of Moscow’s meddling in the US presidential election in 2016. The wave of speculation was triggered by a tweet, according to which the president “had no idea” about the existence of conversation “tapes” with the former FBI chief James Comey, while […]

  • 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?

  • The Ruble is losing ground

    The Oil quotas began the week with a decline. The net position of the CFTC data decreased moderately from 382.5K to 359K contracts, and the market remains uncertain. The Bank of Russia reduces the key interest rates.

  • Pessimism on the Oil market is growing

    Oil prices resumed their declines after a 5% drop on Wednesday, as the EIA reported an increase in the commercial inventories of the US. Meanwhile, the ECB keeps the rates unchanged.

  • Is it time to sell the US30?

    The American index broke the historical maximum and moved back under it. This might be a good time to sell this, but read more to find out what we think.

  • EBC is seeing the EUR in a new light

    After Trump’s elections, the political factors seems to have outweighed the FED. If you carefully consider the investors’ reflation rate, which caused an unprecedented increase in the American assets, it seems that the Keynesian theory is taking place.

  • The Arabian Peninsula is hit by the geopolitical crisis

    Unexpectedly increased geopolitical tensions has again become the main focus of investor attention. Four countries in the Middle East region – Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt severed diplomatic ties and also ceased air and sea traffic with Qatar.