• Ruble stays resilient to new Russian sanctions

    US senators on Wednesday approved new penalties against Russia alleging its government in meddling into US presidential elections. Russian currency advanced despite the news on new possible sanctions.’

  • Will the FED be able to wake up the market?

    Traders expect that the FED will leave borrowing rate unchanged, but they might add clarity to the short-term outlook for the monetary policy.

  • Will Gold extend a selloff this week?

    The dollar is stable ahead of the publication of Trump’s tax plans, as Yen is reaching a two-week low and Gold is leading significant declines.

  • The Pound is taking unexpected turns

    The British Pound rose sharply, as the European stock and debt market are rapidly declining. The risks of elections in France are growing, while the gap between candidates makes the predictions hard.

  • France may seal the fate of the EU

    The European markets are busy assessing the outcome of the first round of the presidential elections in France. Makron and Le Pen almost equalled in the presidential race, which is causing serious fear among the investors.

  • Caution is side-lined in the markets

    Pound and Dollar upsurge on strong data, making the markets relax. The British currency reacted with growth to the strong statistics, as the publication of the FOMC protocol triggered a small sell-off of the Dollar.

  • Will the EU and UK concur?

    By this point, it is almost certain that there will be a FED rate hike in March. Traders Are waiting for weak figures, but that is probably in vain, as all the recent data has shown otherwise. The EUR is slowly navigating towards peaks, as GPB can barely keep up.

  • 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.

  • Investors are questioning the stability of EU, should you?

    It is too early for the Dollar to play against the crowd’s demand and even the FED talks have been side-lined. Is ECB reducing the size of the asset-purchase program?

  • Is the European Union viable and needed?

    Tired of waiting for Trump investors sell off the Dollar, as the RBNZ stands pat on policy. There are unexpected threats that pose risks to the financial stability of the Eurozone. Will the union stay strong after the polls in the main countries?

  • BoJ and ECB on the brink of depleting their means?

    The Dollar creeps up with caution, as oil extend declines on US inventories report.

  • Oil prices advance on Iran sanctions

    The Dollar flatlines and there is no positive data in sight. Meanwhile, Carney pointed out a strong underlying momentum of the EU economy.

  • BoJ announces the official policy stance

    Dollar is in a selloff ahead the FED, Yen surges as BoJ announce its policy stance.

  • Will the ties with the UK replace TPP?

    Dollar renews bottoms on the rising political risks. The Pound surges thanks to the US seeing Brits, as a new main trading partner.

  • From one extreme to the other

    How will FED tame the Dollars growth during Trumps rule?