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  • AUDCAD: Can’t Divide the key Level

    In this post we examine the AUDCAD’s outlook amid the mounting tensions between the US and China.

  • When to Expect a Major Pullback in Gold? A Closer Look to the Recent XAUUSD Rally

    Our analyst takes a closer look to the recent XAUUSD rally and explains when a major pullaback should be expected.

  • Weekly Market Outlook 02-12-19

    In this Weekly Market Outlook 02-12-19, our analyst looks into the trading week ahead, possible market moving data releases across the globe and the technical analysis to accompany it! Disclaimer: The material provided is for information purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice. The views, information, or opinions expressed in the text […]

  • Investment Bank Outlook 12-08-19

    In our Investment Bank Outlook we’re going to bring you a selection of perspectives from leading investment banks to outline the key issues and directional views for the week ahead.

  • Investment Bank Outlook

    In our Investment Bank Outlook we’re going to bring you a selection of perspectives from leading investment banks to outline the key issues and directional views for the week ahead. These excerpts, taken from research notes, will cover issues such as key market themes, economic releases, as well as any major trends and levels to […]

  • Problems in the Asian market continue?

    Shinzo Abe retained political power for the conservative party.

  • JPY weakens on Abe’s new easing program, GBP surges as Cameron resigns

    The GBP also saw speculative pressure ahead of the BoE decision on Thursday.

  • US Dollar surges on strong NFP, Japanese Yen sinks on Japanese intervention concerns

    Sindzo Abe’s ruling party could have a bearish impact on the national currency.

  • Important economic events for the coming week

    Things to look out for in the upcoming week.

  • Oil prices retreat after sharp selloff, greenback is under pressure ahead of NFP

    US Oil has dropped below $45 at its lowest point since May 11.

  • Bulls help GBP recover, FOMC Minutes was no surprise for USD

    The Fed will consider changes in its monetary policy as soon as Brexit after-effects manifest.

  • Crude prices sink on underwhelming demand, GBP discovers new lows

    The negative Brexit consequences have started to take effects.

  • Chinese bonds and stocks gain appeal as the country looks stable, GBP extends declines

    China could be affected by Brexit to a lesser extent than other stock markets.

  • Offshore Yuan drops to the lowest level since 2010 due to manufacturing data

    The drop is associated with weak Manufacturing PMI report.

  • Chinese Manufacturing stalls, Gold soars ahead of the uncertain weekends

    Manufacturing PMI report in June shows that the industrial sector in China is stalling.