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  • BOE Warns of UK Recession Over COVID-19

    The Bank of England maintaining policy at current levels at yesterday’s March meeting. On the back of two unscheduled rate cuts this month, as well as the restarting of QE, the meeting was not expected to see a further adjustment and instead, focus was on the bank’s assessment and outlook. BOE Expresses Concern For Economy […]

  • The Friday Forex Takeaway – Episode 27

    Key Points From This Week Fed Announces Uncapped QE Program The Federal Reserve stepped up its fight against the economic threat from COVID-19 this week. Following recently cutting rates to record lows of 0.25% and announcing a $750 billion QE program, the Fed announced this week that it will now be running unlimited QE. This […]

  • Chart of the Day US500 (S&P500)

    US500 (S&P500) Corrective Cycle Considerations News that the US Senate has approved the USD2tn stimulus package – that was in limbo for a while due to partisan disagreements – bolstered market sentiment overnight with the S&P500 posting a 17% three day gain. The bill is now in the House for reconciliation, with a vote set […]

  • Daily Market Outlook, March 27, 2020

    Daily Market Outlook, March 27, 2020  Yesterday, US weekly jobless claims figures provided the first evidence of the extent of the damage the coronavirus is having on the labour market. Claims soared from 300k to an unprecedented 3.3m. The previous record was 695k in 1982.  Despite the abysmal data, US equities rallied yesterday, with the […]

  • Narrowing Range in Oil Could Suggest Sweeping Move on the Cards

    Stock market euphoria, which is also expressed by a global dollar dump, does not resonate with crude oil: WTI trades in a narrowing range around the $23 mark, remaining unimpressed by the dollar weakness and rebound in risk assets.

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, EURUSD Daily Outlook 27-03-20

    Catch Tickmill’s Investing Diva daily outlook to receive all the latest updates on global markets.