• September BOE Meeting Preview

    Expectations For The September BOE Meeting The BOE, led by Governor Mark Carney, is due to make its last rate-setting decision today ahead of the October 31st Brexit deadline. Given the proximity of the deadline as well as the persistent uncertainty over the outcome, the consensus forecast is for the BOE to keep policy unchanged […]

  • September BOJ Meeting Preview

    Expectations For September BOJ Meeting Bank of Japan policymakers hold their September rate-setting meeting this week and expectations are divided regarding the likelihood of further easing. Meeting last in July, the BOJ said that should the global slowdown threaten the Japanese economy, it would act “without hesitation” to ease further. Speaking at the post-decision press […]

  • September SNB Meeting Preview

    Expectations For September SNB Meeting Central bankers across the G10 space have moved drastically to the dovish side this year. A renewed outbreak of trade tariffs between the US and China has exacerbated the global downturn, keeping inflation subdued across the board. With the Fed, the ECB, the RBA and RBNZ each having eased further […]

  • FOMC Preview – Will The Fed Announce Fresh Easing?

    Market Looking For .25% Rate Cut The main focus for traders today will be the FOMC decision, due later on in the US session. The meeting is one of the most keenly anticipated FOMC meetings in recent history as the Fed is widely expected to announce fresh easing. Indeed, in line with recent commentary and […]

  • Oil gains stabilize equity markets, growing USD pulls safe havens down

    Oil prices are looking upwards, as the market expects the OPEC members to finally come to an agreement on output levels soon.

  • Crude oil prices fall below $27, JPY outperforms all majors

    Crude oil prices are now looking somewhat determined in their attempt to occupy the next important bullish bastion of $25/bbl.

  • WTI plunges, BP reports the biggest loss in 20 years

    European indices extend their decline for the second consecutive day together with falling Oil prices.

  • BoJ has sent the rate below zero increasing the hunger for risky assets

    Bank of Japan’s decision to cut the interest rate was quite surprising for markets

  • FOMC left the rate unchanged, WTI responds with a hike

    A decision on federal funds rate was supposed to be taken at yesterday’s FOMC meeting

  • Market after the quiet FOMC meeting

    We have pushed away from the strong support zone, therefore will be waiting for our next scenario