• The effect of the US elections on financial markets

    Market analysts have mixed views on the economic plans of Clinton and Trump. Election campaigns of both candidates in the 2016 US presidential race herald a lot of fundamental changes and social reforms that are highly anticipated by many Americans.

  • Ms. Yellen has an upbeat look on a rate hike!

    The FED is closely watching what’s going to happen with the inflation, as nothing would increase the rate hike, if the inflation does not grow. Yellen has another opinion.

  • Important economic events next week to focus on

    Check out the main news next week.

  • The gold standards drop making the dollar gain profit

    The price of the bullion cut through the $1300 support level falling to a pre-Brexit as the Dollar gains strength ahead of the Non-Farm Payrolls.

  • EUR/USD on an uncertain market

    The turmoil surrounding the UK referendum has calmed down and liquidity is returning to the markets.

  • USD is depressed on Yellen’s comments, AUD rises on RBA

    Federal Reserve will cut two planned hikes to just one this year.

  • Gold plunges after a day of rallying

    Gold plunges after a day of rallying as the market sentiments are in a heavy dissent, Pound soars on Supreme Court decision and BoE.

  • U.S. Dollar index is signalling a deep fall of the EUR/USD!

    The monetary policies on the both sides of the Pond come quite apparent as, there are upcoming elections in EU, which will take place 2017. This along with the fall of Gold, Euro/Dollar and commodity currencies is defining the direction where Oil will move.

  • EUR/USD bearish after the release of the FOMC Minutes

    Again the US economy is without another rate hike.

  • US Elections Vs. Financial Markets

    We are positive that the macroeconomics is going to pull back in the financial markets before the new President is chosen. During this time politics is going to take all the attention.

  • Chinese Manufacturing stalls, Gold soars ahead of the uncertain weekends

    Manufacturing PMI report in June shows that the industrial sector in China is stalling.

  • 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.

  • Mario Draghi knocked out the Euro

    The second half of last week was influenced by the ECB meeting and Mario Draghi’s press conference.

  • Markets want a hike!

    The inflation levels are still an issue in the US and not only there but also in the rest of the world. There does not seem to be any inflation, as such, rather signs of a deflation ready to happen.

  • Bank of Japan saves the global bond market

    The Dollar retreats ahead of Yellen, as Bank of Japan saves the global bond market from a further stagnation.