• The first market overview of the year

    Let´s take a look how the year has started and what the first week brought to the market.

  • Can the strong labor market stimulate the US inflation?

    The US labor market expanded to 148,000 jobs in December, almost 40,000 below the average forecast. Unemployment remained at 4.1%, and the level of participation in the labor force was approximately 2/3 (62.7%).

  • Key economic reports and events for the upcoming week

    Take a look at what the financial markets might have in store for you next week!

  • The FED Protocol disappointed the Dollar

    From the protocol of the December meeting it became clear that the tax reforms left the inflation front under the siege of the questions.

  • Bitcoin futures open the way to “Big Short”

    The CBOE data shows that with an increase in the delivery time, the settlement price first grows to $ 18,000, and then falls to $ 16,400.While the futures price remains virtually unchanged for the February and March contracts.

  • Key economic events and reports for the upcoming wee

    Take a look at what the financial markets might have in store for you next week!

  • What direction is the Pound heading?

    Britain has almost reached an agreement with the European Union and the he parties are almost ready to move to the final stage of the talks.

  • Bulls are not happy about the tax reforms

    The House of Representatives and the Republicans have to “verify” their versions of the tax reform and the market believes that this will not cause problems. A large part of the tax reductions attributed to corporations are deferred until 2019, so investors are increasingly skeptical about the stimulating effect of the reform.

  • The US Dollar is on a stand-by

    The House of Representatives voted on Monday to begin negotiations with the Senate, which brought the Republicans one step closer to reform.

  • A look into the US Fiscal Reform

    The Dollar was able to recover losses, and stock markets rose after supporters of the bill were able to get Senator John McCain into their ranks, which, incidentally, opposed the failed healthcare reform.

  • Distrust in Merkel is growing

    Investors have threatened to cut their positions on European equities, as the Euro has fallen to an eight-day low against the Pound. This all is fueled by the increasing political crisis in Germany.

  • 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.

  • The tax reforms might have some complications instore

    The Dollar continues its retreat on Thursday, as investors are waiting for a version of the Senate tax bill, which may significantly differ from the version of the House of Representatives (controlled by the Republicans).

  • Dollar froze ahead of the tax reforms

    The drop with Dollar is likely limited, because of the uncertainty regarding the tax plans. Regardless, the Bond markets seem to be giving up.

  • Key economic takeaways for the upcoming week

    Take a look at what the financial markets might have in store for you next week!