Filtered by date: 12.09.2019. Clear
  • UK PM Faces Severe Backlash Following Yellowhammer Release And Scottish Court Ruling!

    Yellowhammer Published Following the publication of the explosive “Yellowhammer Document” earlier this week, the UK Labour party is now pushing for parliament to be recalled. Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer told reporters that the document outlines “severe risks” should a no-deal Brexit take place and said it is now “more important than ever” that […]

  • Bolton’s Dismissal is a Bad Sign for the Oil Market

    The small retreat of Chinese government that I wrote about yesterday seems to have really turned out to be that way and it was followed by more significant concessions on both sides. Trump agreed to postpone tariffs for two weeks at the request of the Chinese Deputy Prime Minister, from October 1 to October 15, and the Chinese Commerce Department said on Thursday that Chinese companies began to request purchase prices for agricultural products from the United States.

  • The Russian Ruble Could Jump

    Today we discuss the current status of Russian ruble and potential future of Euro and Canadian dollar.

  • The Crude Chronicles – Episode 4

    Hello there. Welcome to another episode of the Crude Chronicles series. It’s been another volatile week for crude oil prices which have seen a sharp drop despite the latest inventories data showing a drawdown. The latest report from the Energy Information Administration for the week ending Sept 6th showed that US crude stores declined by […]

  • Daily Market Outlook, September 12, 2019

    Main Market Themes Key equity indices all ended in the green globally in a day where markets anxiously await ECB policy announcement later today, while Brexit and trade tension somewhat receded.  It was a rather quiet and listless day punctuated by President Trump’s tweet lambasting the Fed again, calling for the Fed to lower rates […]

  • NZDUSD reversed from resistance, potential drop!

    NZDUSD reversed off its resistance at 0.64361 where it could potentially drop further to 0.64078. Trading CFDs on margin carries high risk. Losses can exceed the initial investment so please ensure you fully understand the risks.

  • DXY to climb from upside confirmation, potential bounce!

    DXY to climb from its upside confirmation at 98.70 where it could potentially bounce further to 99.31. Trading CFDs on margin carries high risk. Losses can exceed the initial investment so please ensure you fully understand the risks.

  • USDCHF to climb from upside confirmation, potential bounce!

    USDCHF to climb from its upside confirmation at 0.99325 where it could potentially bounce further to 0.99743. Trading CFDs on margin carries high risk. Losses can exceed the initial investment so please ensure you fully understand the risks.

  • USDJPY to climb from upside confirmation, potential bounce!

    USDJPY to climb from its upside confirmation at 108.046 where it could potentially bounce further to 109.291. Trading CFDs on margin carries high risk. Losses can exceed the initial investment so please ensure you fully understand the risks.

  • Summary

    USDJPY rose nicely.