• Overview of the next weeks market events

    Be ready for the changes on the market next week. Take a look at our overview of the economic events that will happen in the upcoming week.

  • Global demand for dollar accelerates as the Fed is firm on tightening plans

    The Fed meeting was held on Thursday without changing any of the key parameters and despite expectations for the Fed’s steadiness in the matter of policy tightening, the regulator reached a peak of complacency as soft remarks started to gradually feed into the rhetoric.

  • Sudden PBOC Easing Tweak Puts the Specter of Debt Crisis into the Foreground

    The specter of the China debt crisis, which for some time dropped off market radar due to the shifting of the epicenter of Covid-19 outbreak outside the country, again reminded about itself after the central bank unexpectedly took stabilization measures.

  • Important economic events for the coming week

    Things to look out for in the upcoming week.

  • Key economic events to watch for next week

    Read our breakdown of the most important economic events to look out for in the following week.

  • OPEC is ready to formally seal the output

    The UK GDP shows resilience in the economy surrounding Brexit, while OPEC prepares to finalize the deal.

  • JPY stays at peak levels

    Right now, there is a shortage of investors, willing to take risks.

  • The gold standards drop making the dollar gain profit

    The price of the bullion cut through the $1300 support level falling to a pre-Brexit as the Dollar gains strength ahead of the Non-Farm Payrolls.

  • The USD sell-off resumes, RBA surprises markets with a sudden interest rate cut

    The USD extends its decline against other majors.

  • BoJ’s comments weight on yen, while euro is stable on ECB’s economic outlook

    The yen trimmed gains, following the comments of BoJ’s official Kikuo Iwata, raising doubts over the central bank’s need to raise interest rates in order to bring down the policy divergence to normal levels. “I absolutely do not think it’s time to begin stimulus cuts by raising rates”, said Kikuo Iwata, speaking on a business […]

  • The New Year starts with declines

    Drop in bond yields signals that the risk appetite is capped, while the Euro and Pound drop.

  • BOJ is moving towards a recovery

    The bullish signals from the FED, ECB and the rescue plan for troubled Italian lenders halted a sharp drop in the Eurozone bond yields.

  • FOMC Minutes release failed to surprise the markets

    Dollar starts to decline, as FOMC Minutes had nothing new for the investors. On the other hand Rouble breaks a new level that hasn´t been seen since 2015.

  • Will the Union really be over in March 2017?

    The bearish pressure increased together with the uncertainty related to the official breakup of the EU as positive expextations for the NFP grow.

  • USD is depressed on Yellen’s comments, AUD rises on RBA

    Federal Reserve will cut two planned hikes to just one this year.