The rout in European equities deepens on the terrible incident in the heart of Europe.
The revival of the fading oil industry in the US was predicted by many analysts.
Yellen’s verdict was unfavorable for the US Dollar.
The GBP declined by 0.94% against the US Dollar.
It’s clear that the US Dollar gains strength against all majors well ahead of the Fed Rate decision on March 16.
European stocks pick up, as investing costs became cheaper with the new ECB policy.
Oil prices are confidently heading to the $40 level.
The US Dollar turned to a defensive stance on Thursday against its major international peers.
Oil had a rocky session on Wednesday, despite strong bearish signals from the Energy Information Agency.
The biggest Oil producing nations will hold a meeting in the middle of March, where output talks will be resumed.
Investors get rid of their positions to protect themselves from volatility.
Saudi-Russian proposal to cap Oil output didn’t find adequate support from Iran.
Crude Oil futures surrendered their prior gains during European session on Tuesday.
European bonds take a break from eight consecutive days of decline, as credit risks finally calms down.
European and Asian indices have re-ignited their appetite for mining and energy companies.