• GBPUSD Rallies As No-Deal Risks Fade

    Parliament Backs Article 50 Extension Over three years on from the infamous referendum which kicked things off, the Brexit roller-coaster has taken another wild turn this week as the Benn Bill became law, pushing GBPUSD higher.  Following Johnson announcing that he was proroguing parliament, those MPS opposed to a no-deal Brexit were able to take […]

  • The IndeX Files 13-08-19

    Trade Wars & Brexit It’s been a very volatile period for the equities markets recently. Last week we saw heavy losses across the board as the market responded to news of rising tensions between the US and China. Following the US’s announcement of a fresh set of trade tariff to be applied to China, China […]

  • The Crude Oil Chronicles – Episode 1

    Welcome to our first installment of the Crude Oil Chronicles – a weekly comprehensive look into global oil inventories and prices! US Crude Stores Fall Again While focus over the last few months has been on concerns regarding the demand outlook for oil, recent industry reports have started to paint a different picture. The latest […]

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • The US Dollar is on a stand-by

    The House of Representatives voted on Monday to begin negotiations with the Senate, which brought the Republicans one step closer to reform.

  • Is the business sentiments falling in Asia?

    The rising inflation in the UK forced consumers into spending more than average. Meanwhile, the Business confidense was declining in the Asian region.

  • The UK industrial sector thrives due to the Pound’s Weakening

    UK manufacturing orders rose to the maximum in almost 30 years, with growth recorded in virtually all sectors, according to the Confederation of British Industrialists (CBI). The indicator rose this month to 16 points from 9 points in May, while analysts on average expected a decrease to 7 points. The index has climbed to the […]

  • The Ruble is losing ground

    The Oil quotas began the week with a decline. The net position of the CFTC data decreased moderately from 382.5K to 359K contracts, and the market remains uncertain. The Bank of Russia reduces the key interest rates.

  • API reserves bring optimism to the markets

    Yesterday’s drop in the Oil price can also be regarded as a speculative manoeuvre, through which market participants are trying to find a stable ground for growth

  • Will the FED be able to wake up the market?

    Traders expect that the FED will leave borrowing rate unchanged, but they might add clarity to the short-term outlook for the monetary policy.

  • What do we learn from the PMI?

    The companies increased output due to the weak Pound, as Brexit looms over the country. Making the Bank of England reconsider the possibility of raising rates at the next meeting.

  • Fifty shades of Trumps’ promises

    Trump has been radically shifting his political stance and started to abandon his election promises. The reaction of the Dollar and the US stock market shows that investors are very sensitive to the president’s words.

  • Caution is side-lined in the markets

    Pound and Dollar upsurge on strong data, making the markets relax. The British currency reacted with growth to the strong statistics, as the publication of the FOMC protocol triggered a small sell-off of the Dollar.

  • Austrailian Dollar is reching a five-month peak

    The EUR and GBP are on a rally, as the Dollar is still in a slump. AUD/USD is rushing to new heights and will likely grow even more, as soon as unemployment is under control.