• 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.

  • 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.

  • Are the disappointing statistics the end of the USD leadership?

    European and Asian indices are trading in a negative territory due to the USA and North Korea escalated tension. The main beneficiaries of this situation are defensive assets, including the Yen, the Swiss franc, and Gold.

  • 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.

  • No more rate hikes this year?

    The current rise in Gold prices suggests that participants are less likely to believe in a third rate hike this year. In the light of this information postponing the rise to the next year is undoubtedly a bearish signal for the Dollar.

  • Will the FED turn the attention back to itself?

    A two-day decline in the Gold prices may suggest that some bulls prefer to record profits before the American regulators meeting. Yet, most investors expect “peaceful” comments by Yellen.

  • Is Euro is setting a global trend?

    Yellen’s speech is likely going to pay attention to the inflation halt, external market risks, as well as the White House turmoil. This all calls the promised fiscal stimulus into question.

  • Are the EUR/USD corrections on their way?

    Today the report on PMI activity in Germany and the Eurozone turned out to be worse than expected. Coupled with the sluggish inflation dynamics in the Euro zone and a rather illogical rise after the ECB meeting, this all suggests that the European currency is overvalued and is waiting for corrections.

  • Gold takes a step forward

    The Dollar is falling, as Mario Draghi is giving a hawkish market rhetoric, even though ECB is playing their cards close to their chest.

  • What state is the Oil market in?

    According to the forecast of EIA, shale production in August will increase by about 100K barrels. Comparing the production dynamics in the US and the OPEC countries with unlimited production, the latter significantly contribute to the glut of the market.

  • How much has inflation hit the UK household spending?

    The Pound is declining as the probability of a rate hike is decreasing, after a weaker than expected rise in inflation. The key indicator has decreased to 2.6% with a forecast of 2.9%.

  • Should you be careful with the Euro?

    It seems that the RBA does not seem eye to eye with the market on the monetary support. Investors are likely to “sell” the Central Bank rate increase at the next meeting. At the same time the AUD/USD continues to conquer the peaks.

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  • What happened to the two majors?

    The common currency jumped more than one percent after Draghi’s speech at the ECB forum, which strengthened some expectations.

  • 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.