• The possible resignation of Theresa May’s will allow investors to breathe

    Investors in the European markets demonstrate defensive behaviors, as the German DAX and the British FTSE are trading in a negative territory.

  • The tax reforms might have some complications instore

    The Dollar continues its retreat on Thursday, as investors are waiting for a version of the Senate tax bill, which may significantly differ from the version of the House of Representatives (controlled by the Republicans).

  • Dollar froze ahead of the tax reforms

    The drop with Dollar is likely limited, because of the uncertainty regarding the tax plans. Regardless, the Bond markets seem to be giving up.

  • Key economic takeaways for the upcoming week

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

  • Some insight on NFP and FED meeting

    After all the natural disasters happening, it became clear that the US economic picture in the medium term is distorted and blurred. Which shows that the principle of “data-dependence” in FED’s policy will not be relevant.

  • A look over the major trends

    We discuss the potential reasons for the EUR/USD to drop down and then we will see the possible timing for the Canadian Dollar to enter the resistance zone.

  • The US economy is ready for a strong NFP report

    The dollar took an offensive position on Wednesday, as investors waited for bullish comments from the FED. Meanwhile the New Zealand Dollar has been saved by a strong labor market report.

  • Markets events of next week

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

  • Will Brent reach new heights next week?

    The WTI barrel fixes it´s losses on Friday, while increase in the US production is holding back prices.

  • Will Draghi choose the cautions approach?

    The Central Bank plans to announce an asset purchase program cut at today’s meeting and any deviation from the most likely scenario (€ 30bn, 9 months) could potentially cause volatility in the markets, particularly affecting the European currency and German bonds.

  • Japan is not ready for a change

    The Japanese Yen fell sharply on Monday, and the stock market is in better shape in more than 20 years, as Sunday’s elections did not alter political landscape of the country.

  • Is the Euro heading down?

    We discuss the reasons why EUR/USD could go down, as well as, ponder on what kind of candlestick will form with the British currency’. We also take a look at the curious case of the Russian Ruble.

  • Republicans won in the US Senate

    The Dollar continues to alternate offensive with short-term corrections. The latest spurt can be attributed to the positive news from the US Senate, where Republicans managed to agree on budget estimates for 2018.

  • Thoughts about several cross rates!

    We ponder about the time when the EUR/GBP might make a pullback down and the potential reasons for GBP/JPY to go up.

  • Is Yellen no longer interested in the markets?

    The Oil prices jumped on Monday, as the US government troops entered the city of Kirkuk controlled by the Kurdistan, which caused a decline in production.