• Aussie soars on upbeat GDP data

    The GDP of Australia rose 0.3% in the first quarter, in line with the forecasts. The country took the lead from the Netherlands for the longest period of continuous economic growth.

  • More loans, less market confidence

    Moody’s Investors Service downgrades the credit rating of the Chinese economy. According to the agency, even with the implementation of structural reforms by the Chinese authorities, pursuing the official economic targets will inevitably inflate the public debt in the medium term.

  • Are there good signals for the world economy?

    Chaos in the markets does not have time to gain momentum and instead, AUD is strengthening and the GBP sees slight relief.

  • The US Dollar did not meet the expectations

    Seems that the Dollars outlook is rather gloomy. Rest of the market is taking gains on this news and oil is ready for a takeoff, as the cuts agreement is likely to be extended.

  • NZD/USD fell to the lowest level of the year

    The RBNZ leaves the rate unchanged, as in Australia, finding a balance in the interest rates is a big headache for the RBA, as the real estate market boom spurs prices growth.

  • Are the bulls taking the market?

    Germany’s trade surplus in March added optimism to the euro zone economy recovery. The volume of exports and imports also exceeded expectations, indirectly indicating the consumption growth.

  • What happened in the Asian session today?

    Oil looks like it is going to fall soon, as the Dollar is moderately rising ahead of the NFP.

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    Find the key events of next week are worth knowing about today.

  • Is the Australian economic health that vulnerable?

    The Reserve Bank of Australia referred to the word “vulnerable” when talking about the health of the local economy. Yet, The Australian currency rose sharply after the employment data showed an increase.

  • Metals are in the lead

    Thanks to the Syrian conflict, caution on the market has been the main topic this week. has m caution the theme of this week in the markets. Investors are trying to assess the potential damage to the Russia and the United States relations. At the same time Oil is doing well and safe havens are reaching peaks.

  • The Australian Dollar is waiting on the down-low

    The Dollar is trying to go on the offensive, as the markets are waiting for the meeting of the United States and Chinese leaders. Oil trades with more declines, as investors are hoping for production curbs for the future.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Dark clouds are circling the Australian Dollar

    Dollar is maintaining gains as FED officials are clearing up their stance of the US economy. The pound is still sitting still, as new problems arise from Brexit predictions.

  • 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.