• Elections have secured the USD/RUB

    As the State Duma elections took part this Sunday, we can assume that there are steady positions ahead for the Russian Ruble. At the same time, GPB shows very promising rise for the future.

  • Important economic events for the coming week

    We are proving you with only the most crucial events to help your trading.

  • Bank of Russia tries to get free from the Dollars grips

    The CBR sees that the measures to de-dollar the bank assets and liabilities have a strong effect, but they deem it necessary.

  • Mixed opinions of the fed stir the market

    Rising inflation and robust labour market growth are two key components for monetary tightening according to the FED.

  • BoE keeps rates unchanged and sparks concerns

    The borrowing costs remained at their historically low level at 0.25%

  • S&P500 at a strong level

    The Crude oil is approaching the broken descending channel again, which is drawn in at the points 1 and 2.

  • Are major oil producers able to freeze the output?

    Traders are second-guessing if major oil producers are able to support the market. At the same time, the UK market has no optimism after the UK Labour market figures were released.

  • The Dollar seems to have smooth sailing ahead

    The Dollar sees moderate gains as the Pound seems to sink lower on the fresh CPI data.

  • 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.

  • The end of the summer sale is on with EUR/USD!

    The EUR/USD pair has moved to a very profitable point for different transactions. Along with that, the US500 index is showing interesting patterns that could be used for gains.

  • Important economic events for the coming week

    We bring you the most relevant upcoming developments to keep you in the loop.

  • Nikkei dips 0.2% during the week

    Zero gains for Japanese Nikkei, as large investors are kept in suspense waiting for clues about the timing of the Fed rate hike and an additional boost from the Bank of Japan.

  • 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.

  • Crude Oil advance on upbeat API update

    Output-freeze speculations continue to be a key driver for price growth ahead of the OPEC meeting in Algeria. Nonetheless, market analysts cast illusions that Oil producers will reach an agreement to cap output amid reviving shale supplies from the US.

  • Is Kiwi under pressure?

    European index STOXX50 touched the broken ascending channel and horizontal level 3097.00 with dojis.