• Oil on track for steady growth

    Following a week remarkable year highs, oil prices retreated on Wednesday, however, there is a clear upward trend in the oil market.

  • The U.S. dollar rebounds

    The dollar rebounds after geopolitical tensions ease and the Fed suggesting a faster rate increase.

  • Key economic reports and events of the upcoming week

    Find out what will happen on the market next week.

  • Is the demand of Smartphones falling?

    Asian shares fell on Friday. The technology sector became the leader of losses, while the rapid growth of energy prices strengthened inflation expectations, which put additional pressure on stock markets and government bonds.

  • 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?

  • Key economic events and report for the upcoming week

    Monday, April 16, 2018 – Core Retail Sales (MoM) (Mar)(USD). Tuesday, April 17, 2018 – RBA Meeting Minutes (AUD), GDP (YoY) (Q1)(CNY), Industrial Production (YoY) (Mar)(CNY), Average Earnings Index +Bonus (Feb)(GBP), Claimant Count Change (Mar)(GBP), German ZEW Economic Sentiment (Apr)(EUR), Building Permits (Mar)(USD). Wednesday, April 18, 2018 – CPI (YoY) (Mar)(GBP), CPI (YoY) (Mar)(EUR), BoC […]

  • Will US production stand a chance against OPEC?

    The Organization of the Oil Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies seem to have coped with their task of reducing global oil glut to 5-year average.

  • 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.

  • Will EUR force EBC to slow down?

    The expansion pace of the Eurozone production activity was weaker than expected in February, as growth in the energy sector could not compensate the production decline in consumer goods and capital goods.

  • Relief rally on the market

    Risk appetite returned to the markets on Tuesday, as the conciliatory tone of Hee at the economic forum in China allowed to believe in the retreat of global risks.

  • Trump set to fight to the end

    US President Donald Trump on Thursday instructed trade advisors to consider the possibility of imposing new tariffs on products from China worth $100 billion, driving the conflict between the two largest economies in the world into further deterioration.

  • Is NFP losing its former appeal?

    The key event today is undoubtedly the NFP report. After the explosive expansion of the US labour market in February, which more than 300,000 jobs, March figures promise to be more modest.

  • Calm before the storm

    The dollar recouped some losses against the yen on Thrursday morning amid the recovery of the US stock market after the selloff.

  • 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.