• Key economic events of next week

    Don´t miss out on the opportunity. Take profit even during market moving events!

  • Ruble stays resilient to new Russian sanctions

    US senators on Wednesday approved new penalties against Russia alleging its government in meddling into US presidential elections. Russian currency advanced despite the news on new possible sanctions.’

  • Is Japan’s battle with recession over?

    The meeting of the Bank of Japan followed the decision of the US Federal Reserve on Wednesday to raise the key rate for the second time in three months.

  • The FED announces the start of QE cuts

    FED acts in line with expectations the forecast horizon they set is basically at arm’s length. In a statement released after the two-day meeting, the regulator said that the economy is expanding at a moderate pace, the labour market continues to strengthen, and the recent inflation weakening was temporary.

  • FOMC rate hike brought changes to the market

    The FED finally raised rates, so what can we learn from that? Let´s take a look the Kiwi and the Canadian Dollar.

  • What to expect from the FED?

    If the FED does not raise the rates because of the rapid labor market strengthening then the Dollar will continue to decline. Yet, if there will be a report which shows low employment then the Dollar will receive a catalyst for growth.

  • Will the living quality in the UK decline?

    The Pound recovered after the strongest drop in several months, despite a report pointing towards the accelerating consumer inflation. Bank of England has already warned people that the living standard will decline

  • What is the golden approach?

    Engulfing and false breakout did happen during this week. Take a look at the possibilities of Gold and Euro trading.

  • Find out today, what you need to know tomorrow!

    Be ready to take the next week by storm, as there are a lot of influential economic events coming up.

  • Trump cleans his hands from Comey

    The former FBI ex-head James Comey failed to provide any facts at his dismissal testimony along with proof of Trump´s allegiance with Russia.

  • UK Elections – a hit or miss?

    The leader of the independent UK is not clear even after the vote, investors will closely follow the news about the possible formation of coalitions in the parliament, as the two leading parties will seek support from smaller political forces to form a majority.

  • Pessimism on the Oil market is growing

    Oil prices resumed their declines after a 5% drop on Wednesday, as the EIA reported an increase in the commercial inventories of the US. Meanwhile, the ECB keeps the rates unchanged.

  • US30 under broken level

    The American index broke the historical maximum and moved back under it.

  • Aussie soars on upbeat GDP data

    The GDP of Australia rose 0.3% in the first quarter, in line with the forecasts. The country took the lead from the Netherlands for the longest period of continuous economic growth.

  • EBC is seeing the EUR in a new light

    After Trump’s elections, the political factors seems to have outweighed the FED. If you carefully consider the investors’ reflation rate, which caused an unprecedented increase in the American assets, it seems that the Keynesian theory is taking place.