• Global market relief may be short lived

    The unpredictability the North Korean leader remains the main risk factor and this will be reminded to us through out the medium term outlook. of the decisions of the North Korean leader remains a risk factor that can repeatedly remind itself of itself in the medium term.

  • What’s wrong with the Phillips curve in the US economy?

    One of the strengths of the July NFP was primarily the increase in wages by 0.3%. Given the high consumer expectations, the increase will give hope for growth in the July consumption, and thus will provide inflation improvement.

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  • The Arabian Peninsula is hit by the geopolitical crisis

    Unexpectedly increased geopolitical tensions has again become the main focus of investor attention. Four countries in the Middle East region – Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt severed diplomatic ties and also ceased air and sea traffic with Qatar.

  • 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.

  • Is France on a clear presidential path now?

    Macron won the final debates ahead of the second election round, making the precious metals and Yen accelerated declines. The USD rate hike possibility rose immensely for July.

  • 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.

  • Terror in the Union has Euro trembling

    Russian shares retreated on Monday, as Dollar is stable ahead of the Yellen speech. What happened at the US Payrolls? How did the US-China summit go? Find out now!

  • Next round of tension

    The geopolitical uncertainty is growing between Moscow and Washington, as Trump is on the attack to fight for the countries national interests. This seems to move past the Dollar, which is completely immersed in the upcoming labour market statistics. Yet, precious metals gain from the instability.

  • Did FED find another tool to influence the economy?

    The USD pares down declines, as the countries stocks drop. The demand for bonds rises after the release of March FOMC Minutes.

  • 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.

  • NFP will leave a long-lasting impression

    The RBA is caught in-between two economic extremes, which made them keep the rates unchanged. The Euro and Pound are slowly falling, as the Dollar has started to gain momentum ahead of the FOMC protocol.

  • 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.

  • Is Europe caught in the wind of change?

    The Dollar loses poise on the FED consensus, as bullish tone remains in play. This makes Pound spike up, but how long will it last in the light of Brexit?

  • Is economic recession up ahead?

    ECB expresses caution, as there have been no direct news about QE cuts or rate increases, which implies that the economic pickup will be shabby.