• BoJ and ECB on the brink of depleting their means?

    The Dollar creeps up with caution, as oil extend declines on US inventories report.

  • Oil prices advance on Iran sanctions

    The Dollar flatlines and there is no positive data in sight. Meanwhile, Carney pointed out a strong underlying momentum of the EU economy.

  • BoJ announces the official policy stance

    Dollar is in a selloff ahead the FED, Yen surges as BoJ announce its policy stance.

  • Will the ties with the UK replace TPP?

    Dollar renews bottoms on the rising political risks. The Pound surges thanks to the US seeing Brits, as a new main trading partner.

  • From one extreme to the other

    How will FED tame the Dollars growth during Trumps rule?

  • The Australian Dollar price fell down under

    The Oil prices soar, as OPEC is close to a successful deal. Same time, Australian Dollar plunge dragged by iron ore.

  • The Dollar remains steady in the market advances!

    Dollar is steady ahead of the NFP and even the Pound has risen to a one-month high, as pessimism over Brexit subdued.

  • Bond yields extend their rally as the rate hike odds rise

    A lot of movements are happening on the market. The oil retreats ahead of OPEC as the FTSE 100 is near a bearhish mainstay. USD/JPY sustains gains but the Pound frizzels out.

  • The UK economy is on the rise for the upcoming quarter!

    The index of confidence in the economy in the manufacturing sector increased in September to 22 points from 11 points in the previous month.

  • Chinese stocks drop on rate hike speculations

    Chinese “blue chip” index fell the most in three months on Monday, copying a sharp drop in global markets, as investors are rattled by rumours of a possible increase in US interest rates next week, which boosted yields of government debts and put pressure on the Chinese currency.

  • Greenback stalls in absence of catalysts for growth

    Sentiment on the dollar remained fragile after the release of weak data on employment in the United States and weakest non-mfg. PMI for six years.

  • Pound dips on lax manufacturing figures

    HSBC Economist Elizabeth Martins believes that it is too early to discount recession risks. It is important to see what will be the conditions UK quits EU and to what extent the country will retain access to the EU market.

  • UK consumer optimism is on the rise

    GfK official Joe Staton explained the upbeat change with UK consumers accommodating to a new reality outside of EU, although seeing no adverse changes after Brexit as official disintegration process has not yet commenced.

  • Rate hike odds soar ahead of NFP

    The world’s markets are beginning to return to the usual rhythm of the August calm, which was halted by the comments of the head of the US Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen.

  • EUs projections for further growth have worsened?

    The Dollar pares decline ahead of Durable orders report as the German IFO predicts gloomy future for EU economy.