• 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!

  • Dollar got support from the appointment of the new FED leader

    Oil prices fell on Tuesday amid the uncertainty associated with the OPEC meeting this week. This will show the the quota for production of the cartel oil producers.

  • Is the fall of the Chinese stock market temporary?

    China’s blue chip index, the Shanghai Composite, fell 0.39% on Friday, while Japanese Hang Seng rose 0.28%. the Chinese index lost 3%, recording the largest decline since the market collapse in January 2016.

  • Japan is not ready for a change

    The Japanese Yen fell sharply on Monday, and the stock market is in better shape in more than 20 years, as Sunday’s elections did not alter political landscape of the country.

  • Is Draghi trying to avoid talking about the markets?

    Despite the EBC October meeting being the main denominator whether the politics will be curtailed or not, Draghi tries to dismiss the importance of the event.

  • Is Yellen no longer interested in the markets?

    The Oil prices jumped on Monday, as the US government troops entered the city of Kirkuk controlled by the Kurdistan, which caused a decline in production.

  • Should we stop using oil before it runs out?

    Brazilian Minister of Energy said that the country is ready to participate in the Oil market fight and push production to the limit, as long as the demand structure for energy still consists mostly of Oil products

  • Key economic events in the upcoming week

    Find out what the new week has in store for the markets.

  • Crystal clear on the outlook, vague on measures

    Despite the rumours about the overly strong common currency, Draghi did not involve himself in talking down its growth.

  • Where is the Euro heading?

    Markets are keeping an eye on the European currency, as there is the potential for global growth. Currently, strong economic data is putting a lot of pressure on the ECB. Where will the Euro lead the growing divergence of the ECB policy and inflation expectations?

  • Is Japan’s battle with recession over?

    The meeting of the Bank of Japan followed the decision of the US Federal Reserve on Wednesday to raise the key rate for the second time in three months.

  • EBC is seeing the EUR in a new light

    After Trump’s elections, the political factors seems to have outweighed the FED. If you carefully consider the investors’ reflation rate, which caused an unprecedented increase in the American assets, it seems that the Keynesian theory is taking place.

  • Overview of the next weeks market events

    Be ready for the changes on the market next week. Take a look at our overview of the economic events that will happen in the upcoming week

  • Concerns are growing for the Chinese market

    Chinese banks are not embarrassed to give out loans, in spite the efforts of the Central Bank to cool down the economy.

  • 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.