• Dollar short-term rebound may be around the corner

    The Japanese Yen is heading to completely bullish advance ahead of the Bank of Japan meeting on Tuesday, as it is expected then the Japanese Central Bank will most likely follow the example of its colleagues.

  • EIA shows mixed data on US oil production

    EIA data released on Thursday showed that US producers keep pressuring OPEC, while enjoying high prices from the supply cuts.

  • 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.

  • What to expect from the New Year: a brief overview

    The ending year leaves a lot of information and unanswered questions about the future. So, let´s take a look at what the upcoming year may bring!

  • How do the New Year holidays affect the financial markets?

    2017 is coming to a close and it’s time to review the accomplishments.

  • Where is EUR/USD heading?

    We discuss where the single currency is about to head to, and take a look if Gold to finally going down.

  • The Australian Dollar might be up for a rally

    The tightened movements of the foreign exchange market signal a temporary “calm”, as investors are already preparing for the New Year and thus are paying less attention to the current market catalysts.

  • How will Dollar react to Yellen´s farewell?

    Janet Yellen will hold a farewell press conference today, which will be closely monitored by investors. There is hope it will reference the tax reform, as well as, its impact on inflation and unemployment.

  • Bulls are not happy about the tax reforms

    The House of Representatives and the Republicans have to “verify” their versions of the tax reform and the market believes that this will not cause problems. A large part of the tax reductions attributed to corporations are deferred until 2019, so investors are increasingly skeptical about the stimulating effect of the reform.

  • Markets try to make light of the US fiscal reform

    The Senate vote on Saturday had a positive outcome for the Trump fiscal initiative, which pushes for sharp tax cuts (around 35% to 20%) for companies, as well as tax incentives for individuals.

  • A look into the US Fiscal Reform

    The Dollar was able to recover losses, and stock markets rose after supporters of the bill were able to get Senator John McCain into their ranks, which, incidentally, opposed the failed healthcare reform.

  • The US output growth rate surprised the markets

    The output growth rate in the US economy was higher than expected, reaching a three-year high.

  • Dollar got support from the appointment of the new FED leader

    Oil prices fell on Tuesday amid the uncertainty associated with the OPEC meeting this week. This will show the the quota for production of the cartel oil producers.

  • Shale companies strengthen their positions in the US

    The economic calendar this week is stingy with important events, market is waiting for the release of durable goods, which will showcase the consumer sentiments and confidence.

  • Distrust in Merkel is growing

    Investors have threatened to cut their positions on European equities, as the Euro has fallen to an eight-day low against the Pound. This all is fueled by the increasing political crisis in Germany.