• 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.

  • Markets try to make light of the US fiscal reform

    The Senate vote on Saturday had a positive outcome for the Trump fiscal initiative, which pushes for sharp tax cuts (around 35% to 20%) for companies, as well as tax incentives for individuals.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Tax reform – the central theme of the market discussions

    What’s interesting about the natural disasters impact on the economy, is the fact that it is kind of a stimulating shock how the economic agents adjust to it. As mostly price increase occurs.

  • Saudi Arabian political tension keeps prices elevated

    Oil prices have slowed their growth to the next level of the resistance, as the political turmoil in Saudi Arabia continues to serve as a powerful signal. This helps the markets strengthen the prospects of reducing the global supply of raw materials.

  • The US economy is ready for a strong NFP report

    The dollar took an offensive position on Wednesday, as investors waited for bullish comments from the FED. Meanwhile the New Zealand Dollar has been saved by a strong labor market report.

  • Fed Official Says Divergence in Inflation Expectations Looks ‘Ominous’

    The US currency paused its rally after the President of the Federal Reserve of Dallas Robert Kaplan

  • OPEC’s Secretary General Prompts US Producers to Help Trim Oil Supply

    OPEC’s Secretary General Prompts US Producers to Help Trim Oil Supply

  • FED Vice President Stanley Fischer leaves his post

    Stanley Fischer is leaving the FED, “zeroing” the trajectory calculation of the Fed’s policy for the near future.

  • Kim Jong-un is hungry for recognition

    The North Korean situation is slowly escalating, and even though neighboring countries want to put an end to this conflict, Kim Jong-un doesn´t seem keen on stopping. However, there is no guarantee that he will not dare to launch a real missile attack.

  • Is the Pound caught it a slump?

    Pressure on the British currency will be balanced by the peaceful comments of the central bank heads in of the United States and Europe. The two major forces will discuss the key issues about the development of monetary policy on Friday.

  • What is happening on the US shale market?

    The largest shale mining concern sells their assets which could give way to OPEC take over the Oil market. Is the price of rivalry really this steep?

  • Oil hovers around 8-week highs

    Oil surged to an eight-week high, as the continuing decline in US oil reserves raised optimism about the oil market outlook. Prices rose after Wednesday’s report showing a fourth consecutive week of declines in US oil inventories. US crude oil inventories decreased by 7.2 million barrels last week to a total of 483.4 million barrels, […]

  • Is Canada trying to take the lead in the Oil production?

    Canada has the third largest Oil reserves in the world and is able to increase the hydrocarbon production, jeopardising the implementation of the OPECs agreement aimed to restore the balance on the Oil market.