• Key economic reports of the upcoming week

    Be prepared for the key economic events of the upcoming week. Take a look now!

  • Are oil prices going down?

    Oil exports from the US rose last week to 2M barrels a day, almost reaching the October peak of 2.1M barrels.

  • Is EUR/USD about to go down?

    We ponder what the single currency is up to and discuss what’s going to happen on the oil market in the near future.

  • Will the US oil market find a consensus?

    In the current state, we can see that some of the US companies, in particular infrastructure-related, may grow in price after the publication of Trump’s infrastructure spending.

  • Investors are hoping for a market recovery

    The yields on 10-year treasury bonds have peaked, first time since mid-2013 (when they were on the basic risk-free rate). This will lead to higher borrowing costs in the corporate debt market.

  • Is oil about to go down?

    Oil have moved up and down and the other way around, so we ponder over where the asset will finally end up.

  • Is it possible to make money on cryptocurrencies?

    Investors are understanding that virtually all cryptocurrencies are brining profits and losses to the table. The largest on the capitalization has been on Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple, but they fell on Tuesday by more than 20%.

  • Medium-term oil optimism will turn low spirits in long-term

    Oil prices fluctuated near the opening on Friday after the surge, which was caused by an unexpected drop in gasoline stocks in the US last week. Price gains on Thursday marked the Oil markets best performance in more than a week.

  • IMF gave crude oil a boost

    The world economy is gaining momentum as shown by the last report of the IMF. In its latest report, the organization revised growth forecasts from 3.7% to 3.9% in 2018 and 2019.

  • Dollar short-term rebound may be around the corner

    The Japanese Yen is heading to completely bullish advance ahead of the Bank of Japan meeting on Tuesday, as it is expected then the Japanese Central Bank will most likely follow the example of its colleagues.

  • EIA shows mixed data on US oil production

    EIA data released on Thursday showed that US producers keep pressuring OPEC, while enjoying high prices from the supply cuts.

  • Will the ECB be convinced?

    On Tuesday, Euro reached a 4-month high at 1.2081, recording a 3-percent growth since mid-December. EUR/USD is preparing to break through the Septembers peak at 1.21, which could create a psychological basis for the pair’s growth in 2018.

  • What to expect from the New Year: a brief overview

    The ending year leaves a lot of information and unanswered questions about the future. So, let´s take a look at what the upcoming year may bring!

  • How do the New Year holidays affect the financial markets?

    2017 is coming to a close and it’s time to review the accomplishments.

  • Where is EUR/USD heading?

    We discuss where the single currency is about to head to, and take a look if Gold to finally going down.