• How long will the Euro high last?

    Capital outflows from the European stock market caused the Euro to rise against other currencies, while the Dollar declined due to the rally in bond demand and optimism in the stock market.

  • Japan CPI backs Yen bulls as data prompts BoJ to act

    Economists forecast that the central bank of Japan will adhere this year to the long-term government bonds goal of the 0% yield.

  • FED report came as no surprise to the investors

    Dollar rally added confusion to the markets picture, where news about the supply disruptions and demand fluctuations make the price behaviour quite erratic.

  • Will the US oil market find a consensus?

    In the current state, we can see that some of the US companies, in particular infrastructure-related, may grow in price after the publication of Trump’s infrastructure spending.

  • Investors are hoping for a market recovery

    The yields on 10-year treasury bonds have peaked, first time since mid-2013 (when they were on the basic risk-free rate). This will lead to higher borrowing costs in the corporate debt market.

  • What will happen after the market collapse?

    After the largest ever drop of 1,600 points, the industrial index recovered some of the losses, but investors are carefully assessing the likelihood of a bearish era on the market.

  • Are stock markets are going into a global sell-off?

    The beginning of the week turned out to be quite unpleasant for the stock indices, as the world Central Bank signals have accelerated the curtailment of softening programs. This caused the stock markets around the world to take flight.

  • NFP is gaining momentum after the FED meeting

    The last meeting with Janet Yellen took place and ended on a positive note. Despite the expected absence of the policy change, there was an abundance of hawkish hints from the FED. However, this was not enough to persuade Dollar towards a decisive growth plan.

  • AUD/USD is not reaching new heights just yet

    The weak data of consumer inflation reduces the chances that the RBA will come out with an aggressive rhetoric. This forces bulls to cut long positions of the Australian Dollar.

  • Will the US inflation surprise the FED?

    The minutes of the ECB meeting will probably show a cautious position of the bank regarding the forecast of stimulating the economy

  • The first market overview of the year

    Let´s take a look how the year has started and what the first week brought to the market.

  • Is the Bank of Japan going to stop the inflation?

    Yen declines after a small reminder from the BOJ. Meanwhile, the US Dollar won almost against all major opponents

  • Can the strong labor market stimulate the US inflation?

    The US labor market expanded to 148,000 jobs in December, almost 40,000 below the average forecast. Unemployment remained at 4.1%, and the level of participation in the labor force was approximately 2/3 (62.7%).

  • EU inflation lags in economic recovery

    Published Eurostat data showed that consumer prices in December increased by 1.4% YoY, compared to the 1.5% gain in November last year.

  • Will the ECB be convinced?

    On Tuesday, Euro reached a 4-month high at 1.2081, recording a 3-percent growth since mid-December. EUR/USD is preparing to break through the Septembers peak at 1.21, which could create a psychological basis for the pair’s growth in 2018.