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  • AUD: Labour Market Data Disappoints in May, Raising Odds for Extended Reversal

    Unlike in the US, Australian labor market, to the surprise of many, not even failed to rebound in May, but continued to deteriorate, putting pressure on the RBA to hint about fresh easing measures.

  • Daily Commodity Outlook, June 18  2020 

    Asian stocks and U.S. equity futures dropped, indicating a revived risk-off sentiment. The safe haven yen and Treasuries advanced, as recovery concerns caused by rising infection numbers in some locations are weighing on the market. S&P 500 Index futures fell on Thursday after the index swung between gains and losses for most of Wednesday before […]

  • Fed Warnings Continue While Trump Mulls Fresh Stimulus

    Fed watchers have been treated to plenty of interesting commentary this week which has been worth paying attention to, especially considering the movements we’ve been seeing in the dollar and in equities markets. With the US economy having suffered a record crash over Q2, the outlook among Fed members has become increasingly uncertain and with […]

  • Chart of The Day NZDJPY

    Chart of the Day NZDJPY NZDJPY Potential Reversal Zone – Probable Price Path So far, markets have been content to put aside concerns about the rise in COVID-19 cases in several US states (including Florida and Texas) and the re-emergence of the virus in Beijing. New COVID-19 cases in Florida increased 3.3% yesterday, bringing the […]

  • The Crude Chronicles – Episode 43

    Risk Sentiment Recovers, Helping Oil Prices WTI prices have seen a week of much reduced volatility with the market trading a subdued $5 dollar range over the week. Despite the lack of volatility, the market is at least on course to end the week in the green currently as the broad rebound in risk sentiment […]

  • Daily Market Outlook, June 18, 2020 

    Daily Market Outlook, June 18, 2020  Asian equity market performance is mixed with most indices showing little change on the day. Australian employment fell by 228k in May, while the unemployment rate rose to 7.1% (from 6.4%in April) a 19-year high. US Federal Reserve Chair Powell said the economy was in the early stages of […]

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, EURUSD Daily Outlook 18-06-20

    Catch up on all the latest updates on global markets by following Tickmill’s Investing Diva Daily Market Outlook.

  • Silver Forecast: Potential Jump Ahead?

    Today we discuss potential future of Euro, British pound, and silver.