• Key events of the upcoming week you should learn today

    Be ready for what the next week holds, as there is a lot of the European market data coming in.

  • 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.

  • Have Trump reforms started to fail?

    Trump care success is to possibly breathe new life in reflation trade, but his other “key” projects like the fiscal and tax reforms hold no information.

  • 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.

  • What you should know about the next economic week

    We are waiting for clear signals in next week market events, as this week has brought a lot of instability.

  • Japanese stocks are in a red zone

    Yen took the lead, as Dollar is reaching monthly lows. This, in turn, hit the Japanese Nikkei making it drop.

  • 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?

  • Was populism defeated in Netherlands?

    The FED’s caution fuels further growth of the indices, as Rutte defeats Wilders in a Netherlands referendum. BoJ left interest rates unchanged, which propelled Yen´s rapid fall.

  • 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.

  • Sterling sinks as Brexit negotiations loom

    The pound plummeted on Tuesday, as the prospect of Britain triggering its exit from the European Union weighed on global markets, while demand for the dollar remained underpinned ahead of an expected FED rate hike on Wednesday.

  • Dutch Elections: Is Netherlands the next domino to fall?

    Opinion polls in France and the Netherlands indicate a strong backing for right-wing parties, building their publicity on the rising Islamophobia, ethnocentrism, immigration control and drive to independence, as essential components to protect a nation’s interests.

  • Global coverage of important economic events

    Next week bounds to bring some important news on Wednesday, be sure to keep an eye on the economic data, as the trends might change overnight.