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  • Investors Eye Unemployment Claims as the key Proxy of Stress of the US economy

    Today we’ve seen relatively robust upward swing in oil as the market did not wait for negative news but were offered solid support thanks to a number of positive catalysts.

  • Is The US About To Lift China Trade Tariffs?

    Trump Considering Lifting Tariffs With the growing economic threat from COVID-19 demanding an increasing response from central banks and governments alike, the US administration is reportedly on the verge of a surprising U -turn. According to the Financial Times, the President is set to announce a 90-day suspension on some Chinese imports such as apparel […]

  • The Crude Chronicles – Episode 32

    Oil Demand Cratering The WTI markets has seen another round of selling this week as the global situation continues to draw concern for the demand outlook. The rebound in risk assets over the prior week has stalled this week as news of a soaring US death toll, and expectations of an extension to the lockdown […]

  • Chart of the Day AUDCHF

    AUDCHF – First leg of correction completing After equity markets experienced one of their worst quarters ever, with the MSCI World Index down 20%, the June quarter has begun on a poor note. This is being attributed to some sombre comments from President Trump and companies slashing dividends, including a number of UK banks, which […]

  • Daily Market Outlook, April 2, 2020

    Daily Market Outlook, April 2, 2020  The new quarter has begun on a poor note for risk assets, with chunky falls in the global market, higher credit spreads, and lower US Treasury rates. In currency markets JPY and the USD have outperformed. After big falls yesterday on Wall Street and in Europe, Asian equity markets […]

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, EURJPY Daily Outlook 02-04-20

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  • Ruble Follows Oil: What’s Next?

    Today we review the potential future of oil, Russian ruble and Australian dollar.

  • Daily Commodity Coverage: April 2, 2020

    USD/CAD What happened previously? The USD was mixed against its G10 peers as investors awaited key U.S. initial jobless claims data to gauge how virus-related shutdowns are impacting the labour market. According to the ADP job report released on Wednesday, private companies shed 27,000 employees for the period through March 12, while many investors think […]