• 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.

  • 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.

  • The US output growth rate surprised the markets

    The output growth rate in the US economy was higher than expected, reaching a three-year high.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Republicans won in the US Senate

    The Dollar continues to alternate offensive with short-term corrections. The latest spurt can be attributed to the positive news from the US Senate, where Republicans managed to agree on budget estimates for 2018.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Is the business sentiments falling in Asia?

    The rising inflation in the UK forced consumers into spending more than average. Meanwhile, the Business confidense was declining in the Asian region.

  • 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?

  • July CPI – the finishing touch to the defeat of the Dollar

    The monthly change in the CPI was 0.1% with a forecast of 0.2%, which completely drove the market sentiment into a general disheartening. There are also “clouds” gathering around the possible December increase.