The Wednesday ISM report revealed significant slowdown in business activity in the US service sector.
According to the Baker Hughes report, the number of oil rigs in the US increased for the sixth week in a row, rekindling concerns of US Oil producers about the global surplus. Experts are afraid that the risks may collapse the market segment.
As the rivalry on the energy market toughens and it becomes harder to defend the market share.
The BoJ and RBA Meeting Minutes revealed increasing confidence in global economic growth.
April FOMC minutes report has sharply increased the odds of a rate hike in June.
OPEC strikes the deal sending prices to a new powerful rally. The Dollar declines, as the focus is on the equities of the energy sector.
Oil had a rocky session on Wednesday, despite strong bearish signals from the Energy Information Agency.
In contrast to the 2008 turmoil Weale does not see panic rising in the financial markets.
The gloomy anticipations over the Hard Brexit fallout rose once again with the statement of UK Ministry of Finances estimating the blow to the UK economy from 38B to 66B pounds in a year.
The New Zealand Dollar fell sharply against its American peer as the US Dollar is still recovering from a heavy selloff.
Oil rally fizzles out as OPEC efforts seen sterile, as greenback flatlines after Draghi-fueled growth.
Long holidays fuel the appeal of safe heavens, as greenback drops.
The indicators in the UK have all fallen sharply, in most cases to levels last seen in the financial crisis, and in some cases even to all-time lows.
The Dollar is showing tremendous growth as it hikes to a four-month peak against all other major currencies.
Last week Oil has continued a correction which can unexpectedly end with, for example, negative data from China.