• Oil market recovery has been stopped

    Saudi Arabia will continue to reduce exports. The storage hubs gained 5M barrels rising to a record 533M, while production exceeded 9.1M barrels per day.

  • Is it the end of the US stock rally?

    Trump’s battle with Congress could signal a potential stop to the rally, as investors are ready for the next selloff. The US currency has pulled back to the pre-election levels.

  • Another currency to climb the peak

    The FED officials have not helped the Dollar, as Yen updates to a 5-month peak. The Nikkei index lost more than 300 points as market propelled the demand for the Japanese currency,

  • Austrailian Dollar is reching a five-month peak

    The EUR and GBP are on a rally, as the Dollar is still in a slump. AUD/USD is rushing to new heights and will likely grow even more, as soon as unemployment is under control.

  • Pound trades look risky

    The Dollar is declining at a rapid pace, as the FED statements are yet to determine the further rate hike prospects. At the same time, Pound rose on the BOE decisions but is still being kept in the dark thanks to the Article 50 taking action.

  • 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?

  • Saudi Arabia reversed a third of its production cuts

    Saudi Arabia reported to OPEC that it raised output above the levels seen in February, allowing oil prices to recover. Oil prices gained 1.5%, also finding support from a weaker dollar ahead of the FOMC meeting.

  • Will there be a supply-demand balance?

    OPEC is not going to yield to shale, as oil is threatened by a collapse.

  • 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.

  • US oil vs. OPEC – who will win?

    The latest push averaged around 8.2M barrels surpassing the projections of a 2M increase, which is causing the prices to erase this year’s gains. Tuesday the OPEC officials showed that the producers are aware of the heavy oversupply leaving prices relatively resilient to cartel endeavours. Is it 1:0 for the US Oil workers?

  • Is Oil going down the drain?

    One-third of the increase in OPEC cartel production will come from Iraq and Iran. Together with the growing demand for energy, the IEA report looks optimistic.

  • Will OPEC do more cuts to balance supply?

    Trump again masterfully dodged to give a clear overview of taxation, government spending and financial regulations for the financial markets, although some investors noticed hints on the infrastructure spending.

  • Investors sail to safe harbours

    It seems that the low tide of the Dollar is only temporary as market segments suggest a rise after the Congress meeting.

  • The US Congress meeting has investors on edge

    The Dollar weakens ahead of Trump’s speech, as Oil advances because China is dealing with decline.

  • Will the UK go through a migration shock?

    Pound trims down declines bouncing off the 1.24 level. It is mainly upheld by investors beliefs that the final design of Brexit won’t slow the deep dissensions with the European government.