• The possible resignation of Theresa May’s will allow investors to breathe

    Investors in the European markets demonstrate defensive behaviors, as the German DAX and the British FTSE are trading in a negative territory.

  • Run-up to the FED meeting

    US Dollar trades in green ahead of the FED, Pound surge on consumer inflation data.

  • Oil prices are dripping away

    Oil tumbles ahead of OPEC talks in Vienna, as the Greenback is back on a growth track

  • Bond yields extend their rally as the rate hike odds rise

    A lot of movements are happening on the market. The oil retreats ahead of OPEC as the FTSE 100 is near a bearhish mainstay. USD/JPY sustains gains but the Pound frizzels out.

  • Pound rebounds on Carney while equities drop

    The British currency erased declines quickly as the governor squashed the hopes of those expecting a further stimulus. At the same time, the Oil prices tumbled and AUD rose immensely.

  • Yuan fell to a 6-year low against the Dollars rise on Euro

    Yuan fell to its lowest level in six years against the US dollar after the People’s Bank sharply lowered the reference rate by 0.37% to a 6.7558 level

  • Chinese market is in turmoil

    The lackluster Chinese data spurred demand for a safe haven with the Japanese Yen rising against the Dollar.

  • Pound retreats against the peaking Dollar

    Pound pared declines recovering to a 1.23 level as the British Prime Minister Theresa May allowed the parliament to vote on her plan, which in turn eased investors’ concerns about the ruined ties with the EU.

  • Another brick in the wall

    While the British currency falls to a historic low the rest of the world gets a strong kick. European stocks propel into new highs along with the Dollar index. Even the housing market in the UK seems to forget Brexit happening.

  • Oil prices are moving towards stabilisation

    The oil prices start the week on an upbeat note as the informal OPEC meeting may end with a positive agreement for the oil market.

  • Dollar rebounds slightly as precious metals are in a hot zone

    The head of FED noted that the US growth remains manageable with low-interest rates.

  • Yields are high in the emerging markets after new economic projections

    The period of cheap US Dollar will be extended for some time allowing investors to hunt for higher yields in the emerging markets.

  • Are major oil producers able to freeze the output?

    Traders are second-guessing if major oil producers are able to support the market. At the same time, the UK market has no optimism after the UK Labour market figures were released.

  • Is the Brexit impact to the economy a myth?

    The new data soothed the worries about the adverse impact of Brexit on the UKs economy.

  • The Dollar looks upbeat as the Pound struggles

    The Friday payrolls data showed robust growth of the labour market in the US, which helps the local economy to regain confidence.