• Yields are high in the emerging markets after new economic projections

    The period of cheap US Dollar will be extended for some time allowing investors to hunt for higher yields in the emerging markets.

  • Is BoJ’s alternative strategy working?

    BoJ is actively trying to find alternative ways to pep up the economy while keeping the rates unchanged.

  • Crude Oil advance on upbeat API update

    Output-freeze speculations continue to be a key driver for price growth ahead of the OPEC meeting in Algeria. Nonetheless, market analysts cast illusions that Oil producers will reach an agreement to cap output amid reviving shale supplies from the US.

  • Market developments of the upcoming week!

    We provide you with the most crucial economic events of the upcoming week.

  • EUs projections for further growth have worsened?

    The Dollar pares decline ahead of Durable orders report as the German IFO predicts gloomy future for EU economy.

  • The future seems bleak for the USD

    in September the FED meeting might hold some surprises for the market but for now dark times seem to be ahead for the USD.

  • Gold erased previous gains as Oil demand left the red zone

    Brent left the red zone completely as the gasoline reserves shrank noticeably. Gold erased gains as the stimulus from New Zealand allows the investors to boost their positions in risk assets while cutting the wages with gold

  • Another rate bites the dust

    Everything changes in the market in a matter of hours. Today already the US Dollar declines against its major peers as lacklustre Non-Farm Productivity fell the third quarter in a row.

  • Is the US consumer data as bad as it seems?

    The US Dollar edges up after dipping to a five-week low, but the FED president advised caution because of the global risks.

  • No chance for the USD bulls to withstand the post-Yellen sell-off, Oil gains weight

    The US Dollar extended its losing streak against its major opponents.

  • The glut on the Crude Oil market deepens, Asian markets advance

    Oil had a rocky session on Wednesday, despite strong bearish signals from the Energy Information Agency.

  • 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.