• Is Dollar creating additional inflation risks?

    The strengthening trend of the US Dollar met resistance just above the 92.00 level, during the New York session. This happened after Tier 1 news fell short of investors’ expectations.

  • Is the GBP movement rational?

    The disappearance of negative inflationary tendencies along with the inflation moving to the target level is undoubtedly a bullish signal for the Pound, so why did the GBP lose it´s footing today?

  • Are the trade wars ending?

    Imports in March exceeded expectations, which somewhat softened investors’ reaction to the data, suggesting that domestic demand could mitigate economic shock, in particular, the trade conflict with the US.

  • Is EUR/USD about to stay still?

    We discuss what’s going on with the EUR/USD and wonder whether Bitcoin will go up.

  • Is USD/JPY about to head North?

    We ponder what’s going to happen with the EUR/USD and the Japanese currency.

  • China is firing warning shots

    The Chinese government will respond “in the same proportion” if the US continues to aggravate the situation in mutual trade.

  • Dollar is waiting for growth

    The head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia express his attitude towards the FRS economic growth plan. Pointing out that tree rate increases are needed in 2018, instead of planned two.

  • Is it a good time to trade the USD?

    Trump’s administration moved from the stage of threats to the stage of negotiations with China,

  • Is the Canadian Dollar about to go down?

    We discuss what’s going to happen with EURGBP and the cross rate of USDCAD.

  • Investors are worried about the trade wars

    The US President fulfilled his promise to “punish” China for an unfair trade policy and signed a resolution on the tariff introduction on Thursday. Beijing promised that in the likely event of a trade war, they will fight till the end.

  • Is the Euro finally in a bearish state?

    The Euro seems to be shaking off it’s bullish momentum today, and transferring it on the Dollar instead.

  • Is there excessive optimism on the market?

    Investors are selling short-term bonds from the beginning of the week, as they are expecting an increase in the loans rate.

  • Is the new head of FED being reckless?

    The new head of the FED, Jeremy Powell, has a lot bolder approach compared to his predecessor Janet Yellen, who was known for her extreme action in the economic policy.

  • Another resignation leads to a new tariff

    It was naive to expect that Trump would limit himself to steel tariffs after Gary Cohn resigned. Rex Tillerson, the US Secretary of State has also resigned, and the news hit the wire that Trump plans to tax the Chinese imports with 60 billion dollars.

  • Does EIA data put pressure on the Oil?

    WTI and Brent futures declined in the last Asian session and then further receded to the opening levels as traders stand pat ahead of EIA commercial reserves data.