• Here is the Reason not to Trust Current Production PMIs

    Asian PMIs in manufacturing sector collapsed in tandem in March, and only China manufacturing sector looked out of place with a sharp rebound.

  • Pressure Mounts on UK PM To Extend Transition Phase Deadline

    EU/UK Trade Talks Fall From Spotlight With the COVID-19 crisis raging, the trade negotiations between the EU and the UK have understandably taken a back seat in terms of urgency. With the talks due to have started in February, but so far only seeing the initial statements from both sets of leaders, there are questions […]

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, GBPUSD Daily Outlook 01-04-20

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  • Asian Data and Effective Lockdowns Spur Risk-taking in Stocks, Crimping Safe Heavens

    The growth rate of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in major dew3w2veloped countries (Eurozone economies, US) extended weeklong decline. Coupled with a bounce oil they fueled risk-taking in stock markets, causing more pressure on safe heavens, such as Yen, Gold, CHF.

  • China Manuafcturing PMI Rebounds Strongly in March

    Data released overnight caught the market by surprise as the Chinese manufacturing PMI came in stronger than expected in March at 52 versus analyst expectations for a reading of 45. With the outbreak of COVID-19 leading to nationwide shutdowns, the manufacturing sector had fallen to an all time low of 35.7 over the prior month. […]

  • The IndeX Files – 31-03-2020

    Central Bank Easing Supports Markets Global equities benchmarks have seen broad buying across recent sessions with many indices still holding near the top of last week’s rally. Investors finally found some comfort in the vast swathe of central bank easing announced over March, allowing equities prices to recover some of the steep losses suffered over […]

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, NZDJPY Daily Outlook 31-03-20

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  • 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.

  • Precious Metals Monday 30-03-2020

    Gold The gold market saw a dramatic recovery last week, with price rallying almost 11% on the week. Price has now recovered more than 13% off the 2020 lows. Last week marked a shift in investor sentiment as asset price began recovering in the wake of the latest central bank easing announced last week. The […]

  • The Investment Bank Outlook 30-03-2020

    In our Investment Bank Outlook each week, we bring you a selection of perspectives from leading investment banks to outline the key issues and directional views for the week ahead. These excerpts, taken from research notes, will cover issues such as key market themes, economic releases, as well as any major trends and levels to […]

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, AUDJPY Daily Outlook 30-03-20

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  • Weekly Market Outlook 30-03-20

    In this Weekly Market Outlook 23-03-20, our analyst looks into the trading week ahead, possible market moving data releases across the globe and the technical analysis to accompany it!  Disclaimer: The material provided is for information purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice. The views, information, or opinions expressed in the […]

  • Key economic events and reports of the upcoming week

    Monday, March 30, 2020Pending Home Sales (MoM) (Feb)(USD).

  • Indian CB Eases Repo Rates, Joins “Easing Club” as the Country Goes Into Lockdown

    The Central Bank of India reduced interest rates on Friday in order to combat the economic consequences of the rapidly spreading coronavirus which puts strains on the banking system of the country.

  • BOE Warns of UK Recession Over COVID-19

    The Bank of England maintaining policy at current levels at yesterday’s March meeting. On the back of two unscheduled rate cuts this month, as well as the restarting of QE, the meeting was not expected to see a further adjustment and instead, focus was on the bank’s assessment and outlook. BOE Expresses Concern For Economy […]