• OPEC+ June Meeting: Level of Compliance, Demand Recovery Hint about Dovish Decision

    Oil prices advanced by more than 2% on Tuesday on expectations that the June OPEC+ talks would have a positive outcome for the market.

  • Oil is Coming Back to Life

    Today we review the potential future of currency pair EUR/USD, oil, and British pound.

  • Key Economic Events and Reports of the Coming Week

    Monday, June 1, 2020 – Caixin Manufacturing PMI (May)(CNY), German Manufacturing PMI (May)(EUR), Manufacturing PMI (May)(GBP), ISM Manufacturing PMI (May)(USD). Tuesday, June 2, 2020 – RBA Interest Rate Decision (Jun)(AUD). Wednesday, June 3, 2020 – GDP (QoQ) (Q1)(AUD), German Unemployment Change (May)(EUR), ADP Nonfarm Employment Change (May)(USD), BoC Interest Rate Decision(CAD). Thursday, June 4, 2020 – Construction PMI (May)(GBP), […]

  • Eurozone Risks Spiralling into Deflation in the Coming Months

    Eurozone inflation continued to decline due to falling oil prices, but the underlying price pressure remained stable.

  • “Absurd” Employment Situation in the US and Possible Consumption Shock in August

    The rally in equities was brought to a halt with mild retracement in the US stocks observed on Thursday.

  • AUDCAD: Can’t Divide the key Level

    In this post we examine the AUDCAD’s outlook amid the mounting tensions between the US and China.

  • Gold Price Drops: What’s Next?

    Today we review potential future of the gold, currency pair EUR/USD, and the British pound.

  • BoJ Yield Curve Control and new Supply of Government Debt. What to Expect from the Yen?

    After DXY support at 99 points were damaged on Tuesday due to powerful risk-on move, the currency continues to cede ground on Wednesday.

  • COT Data: Buying Pressure Decreases in Crude Oil, More Sellers Resign

    Market players are now sitting tight in crude oil as the price continues to float in the narrow range with key support to sentiments offered by voluntary/involuntary supply cuts.

  • Campaign Calls for Review of New BOE Appointment

    Andrew Bailey is set to take over as the governor of the Bank of England in March, with Mark Carney handing over the reins. Typically, the changing over of this role is smooth given that policymakers have already elected the incoming governor and the market is aware of the change well ahead of time. However, […]

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, USDCAD Daily Outlook 07-02-20

    Catch Tickmill’s Investing Diva daily outlook to get all the latest updates on global markets.

  • $60 Billion Trading Scandal Uncovered

    Bankers Caught Out Once Again In the years since the Global Financial Crisis, even more of the nefarious deeds of some members of the financial community have been brought into the spotlight. While some of the criminality uncovered was recent, like the LIBOR rigging scandal of 2012, uncovered when many were still reeling from heavy […]

  • Lebanon… What’s the deal?

    On the 17th of October, 2019, Lebanese citizens took to the streets to protest against the govenments failure to provide adequate solutions to an ever worsening economic crisis. As the world looks towards Lebanon, examining the current developing events, we decided to speak to the people who have a real understanding of the current situation. […]

  • Reflections on my First Trade

    Today, exactly 22 years ago on 7th of August, 1997 I started something which has truly been a great journey, with many obstacles, stressful nights, countless learning curves but also a journey with a lot of fun, excitement and many close relationships and friendships being built. On that day I made my first ever investment […]

  • Markets are Skeptical about QE but Draghi is Adamant about the September move

    The new ECB’s stimulus package will not significantly help bring inflation back to target, economists surveyed by Reuters said, adding that the risk of recession in the eurozone has increased over the next two years. According to the September meeting, the ECB announced the resumption of asset-purchases for an indefinite period and took the deposit […]