• Is Trump pushing the budget deficit boundaries?

    On Wednesday, Trump presented a bill in which he proposed significant tax breaks for both individuals and legal entities. The reform implies a reduction in income and corporate taxes, as well as the abolition of certain tax benefits.

  • Where will this ultra-right weekend lead?

    The Euro gave the initiative to Dollar on Monday, as the growth of support for the ultra-right in the German elections complicated taking control over the parliament for the Chancellor Angela Merkel.

  • Key economic events of the upcoming week

    Take a look what the next week on the financial markets might have in store for you!

  • Markets demand stability

    Japan, the only country which would be affected by the possible nuclear explosion, if anything were to happen in North-Korea, said that such a threat “is completely unacceptable.”

  • Is Kim Jong-un planning another launch?

    USD/JPY lost half a percent in the Friday trading session after Kim Jong-un threatened to conduct a nuclear test again, in response to Trump’s statement to destroy North Korea.

  • Did FED play the Dollar?

    The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged at a meeting on Wednesday, but admitted that there will be a third increase in December, despite the inflation problems in the US.

  • 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.

  • Is there a deficit of US refineries?

    The rise of gasoline prices is falling short as a result of Hurricane Harvey formed an attractive margin for the US refineries. The situation did not fail to take advantage of the largest Oil refinery – Motive Enterprises

  • Does the Dollar have anywhere to grow?

    The inflation growth is happening due to the devaluation of the dollar over the past few months. This helped the US currency spend a week in the positive area, but the situation with the primary drivers of growth were disappointing.

  • Key economic events in the upcoming week

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

  • The missile launch of North Korea ceased to frighten the markets

    The launch of the ballistic missile by North Korea on Friday did not have a noticeable effect on market sentiment, as traders are entirely focused on the Fed meeting next week.

  • A U-turn in the market?

    The chances of a rate hike in December suddenly rose above 50%, as the markets felt that the FED is convinced in a temporary inflation slowdown.

  • The inflation in the US can be underestimated

    The growing gap between wages and inflation requires the BoE to shift it´s focus from the long-term political consequences to current economic problems. However, today the rate increase is unlikely.

  • Politics and economy pull the Bank of England in different directions

    The British economy “pulled out of the pack” a very unpleasant combination: weak wage growth + accelerating inflation.

  • Oil, Dollar and the desperate BoE

    The S&P 500 index seems to depend only on the positive news while updating records. The Dollar remains in a limbo, as sellers made a halt after a long descent, while the FED situation remains very uncertain.