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  • bitcoin

    Cryptocurrencies Fall Amid Concerns of Bans in Asia

    European stock markets moved higher, led by the DAX, which shrugged off further confirmation that a German coalition is not a done deal yet, but benefited from the resulting dip in the EUR against the dollar. The DAX was higher mid-session matching the 1% rise in the Nikkei that was

  • markets

    Surging Values for Yen, Euro & Pound in Forex, Gold Rally Continues

    The Euro, Pound, and Yen have all been stronger against the U.S Dollar in forex.Wall Street Catapults to New Records, Dovish Federal Reserve AnticipatedLackluster inflation results via the Consumer Price Index in the U.S, catapulted Wall Street to new records as investors anticipate a more dovish Federal Reserve. The U.S

  • european shares

    A Contracting IFO Weighs on European Shares

    European stock markets are mixed, as yields begin to move higher. The FTSE 100 is up on the day, while the DAX dipped on a weaker than expected Ifo reading and as the EUR is once again above 1.18 against the USD. Comments from ECB officials meanwhile continue to show

  • ecb

    ECB Leaves Rates Unchanged – Confirms QE Until September – Lifts Growth and Inflation Forecasts

    The European Central bank left monetary policy and guidance unchanged, while confirming their quantitative easing program schedule of 30 billion Euros of asset purchases from January to September next year or beyond, if necessary. So, there is still no commitment to an end date for QE and the statement also

  • ECB Mario Draghi

    Will Draghi Surprise Investors with New Clues?

    The Federal Reserve increased their interest rate by a quarter of a point on Wednesday. The Bank of England and European Central Bank will release monetary policy statements today. The U.S Dollar has been weaker in forex. Retail Sales will come from the States and Britain today.Federal Reserve Surprises No

  • Brexit

    Brexit Developments Becoming Intriguing, Pound Reverses on Northern Irish News

    U.K politics were thrown into turmoil as Northern Ireland politicians said they will not agree to the Brexit deal unless they get concessions. Global equities have been mixed. The U.S and U.K will see Services PMI data today.Wall Street Deals Complicated Results, Traders Prove CautiousWall Street was able to gain

  • Pounds

    Agreement on Irish Border Paves the Way to a Stronger Pound

    European stock markets jumped higher as the dollar strengthened after the Senate passed the U.S. tax reform. The DAX was up 1.33% in mid-day trade, the FTSE 100 up 0.45% and the Euro Stoxx 50, after a mixed session in Asia, where Nikkei and ASX 200 closed with losses, as

  • Financial Markets

    Important Week Ahead: Political Developments and Dynamic Markets

    Political elements will prove strong this week as Washington handles tax reform, the U.K deals with the Brexit and Germany negotiates coalition talks. OPEC will conduct production meetings mid-week. Dynamic trading should be expected via impact from developments surrounding these political elements.Washington Politics will Heat Up, Dynamic Traded Expected on

  • pound and dollar

    Pound & Euro Make Big Moves along with Gold

    Second Estimate GDP numbers will come from the U.K today, and Canada will issue its Core Retail Sales figures. The U.S is celebrating Thanksgiving and Japan is on holiday too. The Euro and Pound gained extensively against the U.S Dollar on Wednesday.Fed Meeting Minutes Stay on Path, Wall Street Remains

  • uk

    Can the UK Budget Help PM May?

    Today sees the release of the UK’s Autumn Budget with the markets believing this financial statement is critical for Prime Minister Theresa Mays’ survival. Following the very narrow victory she had in the recent General Election, this Budget could provide May with an opportunity for redemption from voters. The Prime

  • asian markets

    Exploration of New Equity Highs in Asia, Pound Steady Before Autumn Statement

    Asian equities have continued their exploration of new highs in early trading today. The U.K will release its Autumn Forecast Statement for growth and the Pound will be impacted. The U.S will publish Core Durable Goods Orders before shuttering for the Thanksgiving holiday which is tomorrow.Bullish Buying Spree Continues, Trading

  • eur/usd222

    Euro Whipsaws Following Breakdown of German Coalition

    New elections have so far been ruled out in Germany following the collapse of coalition talks on Sunday, which for one thing has dashed hopes for pending fiscal stimulus. The breakdown of the negotiation was a surprise, especially as it was caused by the FDP party walking away, which is

  • Asian Markets

    Markets Rebound after Yesterday’s Wicked Selling in Asia

    Investors in the U.S have taken their foot off the gas pedal on Wall Street as trading remains fragile. The U.K will issue Retail Sales today. Asian markets have turned in better results, reversing after yesterday’s strong selloff.Cracks in the Bull Market Armor, U.S Retail Sales Weaker Than EstimatedWall Street

  • risk

    Uncertainty Igniting Negative Sentiment, Gold, Euro and Bitcoin Rise

    The U.S will release a huge amount of data today. However, the sentiment is being driven by the uncertainty in Washington as tax reform remains cloudy. The Euro has done well this morning and economic data from Europe was positive yesterday.Wall Street Struggling as Sentiment Shifts, Vast Array of Data

  • stocks fall

    Global Equities Declining as Nervousness Grows, Asian Stocks Fall

    Inflation numbers from the States were stronger than anticipated yesterday, and today Consumer Price Index data will be published. Growth statistics from Germany were solid on Tuesday. The Euro has been stronger against the U.S Dollar. Global equities remain cautious and nervous.Investors Turning Nervous in States, Crucial Data from U.S

  • eur

    The Euro Rises on Strong Economic Data, US Inflation Data in Focus

    The U.S will publish important Producer Price Index numbers today, tomorrow the U.S will post Consumer Price Index results. The Euro has gained early today as the European Central Bank conducts a monetary policy discussion panel. CPI data has been published in Britain.The Importance of the Producer Price Index, Inflation

  • pound

    The Pound Falls on Theresa May Leadership Pressure, US Futures Lower on Tax Reform Uncertainty

    Philly Fed President Harker signaled his belief that the Federal Reserve will hike its interest rate in December. The Pound falls on developing political news from the U.K regarding Prime Minister Theresa May. China Industrial Production data will be released on early Tuesday.Dow Jones Expected to Resume Decline, Fed President

  • GBP

    Data & Polls Pressure Sterling

    Sterling suffered downward pressure on Tuesday and Wednesday morning as the latest monthly report from the British Retail Consortium showed non-food sales slumping in October to the lowest levels in 5 years. Total sales crept up 0.2% from a year earlier, like-for-like sales slipped 1%, a reversal from the 1.9% rise in September.

  • U.S. Stock Indexes

    Yields Rise and Stocks Fall Following Robust European Inflation Data

    EGB yields are heading south again as stock markets move down. Bunds are outperforming despite robust data, after dovish comments from Praet and amid intra-Eurozone safe haven flows as Spanish markets are under pressure again. Puigdemont’s flight to Belgium has dragged other EU countries into the Catalonia conflict and highlighted

  • ECB

    ECB Extends QE, Tapers Purchases, Keeps Rates Unchanged

    The ECB kept interest rates unchanged and as widely expected altered their QE program to make it longer for less.  The central bank announced that their bond purchase program will be extended from March to September 2018, but they will taper the purchases to EUR 30 billion from EUR 60


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