• ADP shows positive changes in US labor market, NFP is in limelight

    All the estimates seem to be slightly behind the forecasts as the results are slowly coming in.

  • BoE predicts a dark future for the UK economy

    The indicators in the UK have all fallen sharply, in most cases to levels last seen in the financial crisis, and in some cases even to all-time lows.

  • Is the US consumer data as bad as it seems?

    The US Dollar edges up after dipping to a five-week low, but the FED president advised caution because of the global risks.

  • Abe’s stimulus package disappoints investors

    The total amount of initiatives will fail to provide an immediate boost to the Japanese economy.

  • Another blow for the UK

    The Pound is set for further declines as BoE meet on Thursday and policymakers are expected to extend the easing and cut interest rates in response to the potential negative impact of Brexit.

  • Key economic events in the coming week:

    Don’t forget the important dates of the upcoming week!

  • The European growth slows with Spain in the lead

    Economy of France and Austria showed zero growth in the April-June period compared to the first quarter of this year as Spain is barely holding on.

  • Japan was ripped of their additional stimulus

    The Bank of Japan is full of surprises as today the meeting was held for additional stimulus.

  • Less attention to possible risks all around

    The odds of a rate hike in the coming meetings hiked as the FED hinted that they will pay less heed to global risks.

  • Has gold got out of the slump?

    Increasing cautiousness about Gold is rising amongst investors before the Federal Reserve policy announcements

  • Is Japan able to survive the struggle?

    Experts think that the Bank of Japan is going to extend the standstill of the easing program and drive the rates even deeper into the negative zone, as all previous measured failed to curb the deflation and bolster the economic upturn of the country.

  • The FED is worried about the US economy

    There are worries that the US economy continues to drift apart and as FED raises a firm tone about the growing recession risks.

  • Keep a finger on the market pulse!

    Here is a list of important economic events that you should keep an eye on!

  • US refineries expect cut in earnings as gasoline stockpiles are record high EIA shows

    Oil companies can go on more drastic measures to preserve margins and reduce reserves.

  • Europe is in a slow but steady decline?

    The decline of the economic activity in the Eurozone seems to be slowing it’s pace, but it is too early to cheer as the preliminary data showed, how the activity is still on the worst level of the last one and a half years.