• Key economic events to watch for next week

    Important news that will affect your trading.

  • Japan loosens its grip on consumption growth, further easing measures are planned

    The government will do their best in order to struggle with deflation and abnormal strengthening of the Yen.

  • Equity panic eases, as the Bank of Japan hints on intervention

    The safe haven status, which the Yen has been enjoying recently, threats the Japanese economy…

  • Gold gains weight, thanks to Janet Yellen’s speech

    Yellen stated that we should not expect a steep and quick rate increase – the US need weak currency to support their exports.

  • Crude oil prices fall below $27, JPY outperforms all majors

    Crude oil prices are now looking somewhat determined in their attempt to occupy the next important bullish bastion of $25/bbl.

  • Bond markets recover, as credit risks calm down, Oil rises ahead of the EIA data

    European bonds take a break from eight consecutive days of decline, as credit risks finally calms down.

  • Panic on global equity markets, Japanese bonds and currency are in great demand today

    Concerns over global economy growth skyrocketed, sending equity markets into a sharp decline.

  • The OPEC report had a short-term effect on crude oil prices, EU shares plunge

    Crude prices appear to escape from the bear trap, with the first signs of Saudis’ loosening their tight grip.

  • NZD/USD is ready to fall

    The price has formed a reverse bearish engulfment model, which is pressing against the broken daily channel…

  • Key economic events to look out for next week

    Important news that will determine currency movements next week…

  • Mixed payroll data doesn’t reveal Fed’s plans, no clear trend in majors

    The US NFP data crushed investors’ hopes that it will bring clarity in March’s FOMC decision.

  • The Fed Rate liftoff is fair, if NFP data turns out weak, WTI surges

    The Wednesday ISM report revealed significant slowdown in business activity in the US service sector.

  • Oil reserves continue to grow, the mining industry is feeling better than ever, but the USD is in decline

    European and Asian indices have re-ignited their appetite for mining and energy companies.

  • USD/RUB: waiting for a drop from the current levels

    Just a few hours ago, the head of the Federal Reserve of New York told some interesting things that have sent the USD up north.

  • Chinese stocks calm down their gains, WTI is ready to head for $25

    Chinese stocks have resumed their decline, as investors hurried up to take profit in the depressed market.