EUR/GBP News, Page 1
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Draghi Brings Out the Big Gun, and Trump isn’t Happy
ECB president Mario Draghi has long been known as the king of the doves. And, as anyone trading the German DAX (GER30) or EUR crosses would attest, he directed a powerful rebuttal to the growing calls that the bank is out of ammunition to fight a future recession.
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British parliamentarians deliberately cornered themselves
The British pound, as expected, experienced a high volatility day on Tuesday. As the result, however, the currency avoided serious pressure, ending Tuesday’s near levels at the opening. During the day on Tuesday, the pressure on the pound increased, sending GBPUSD from 1.2850 to 1.2700.
GBP trading opportunities arising from the Brexit situation
Today, the British Parliament is set to vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Most economists are forecasting that the majority of MPs will vote against it, which will certainly have a negative impact on the pound. On the other hand, approval for the deal would certainly come as a surprise
Draghi Can Break the Euro Trend
Today, in the EU markets’ focus is the ECB meeting, which often causes strong volatility. Mario Draghi is expected to confirm that the Central Bank will finally stop buying assets by the end of this year.
Asia Mixed On Monday Woe, EU Market Surges On Trade News, Autos Lead The US Higher
Asian markets closed mixed on Tuesday following Monday’s wild ride in US equities. Indices in the EU were up an average 1.75% in early Tuesday. The trade news from China helped lift US indices in early Tuesday trading.
China Down On Weak Trade, EU Market Down On Growth Fears, US Market Down On Global Weakness
In the US, futures were indicated to open flat to slightly lower on Monday morning. In the EU mounting growth fears related to the US/China trade standoff have the indices moving lower at midday. Asia markets led the globe lower on Monday morning.
Trade Concerns Resurface, Geopolitics Weigh On Stocks, Trump Pushes Forward With Tariff Plans
US markets were trading lower in early futures action as President Trump indicates he will move forward with plans to raise tariffs. European markets were drifting lower at midday as trade concerns, Brexit uncertainty, and Italian budget issues weigh on sentiment. Asian indices were mixed on Tuesday as trade concerns resurface.
Global Market Slide, Tech Wreck Drives Losses, US Market De-FAANGed
Tech led the global decline and was felt nowhere more strongly than among the FAANG stocks. The European market was broadly lower at mid-day on Tuesday on weakness in tech and banks.
The UK’s Tedious Path Toward March 2019
One of the very real implications of Brexit has become clear as a growing list of investment banks have announced plans to move as much as $280 billion in assets from London to Frankfurt.
Asia Up Despite Nissan Bombshell, Brexit Hopes Lift UK, Trump Ready To Deal
The US equity market was indicated to open with a small loss in early Monday. EU indices were flat to up at midday as Brexit hopes to provide support. Asian market was mostly higher despite a bombshell allegation against Nissan Chairperson Carlos Ghosn.
UK Down On Brexit Woe, Pound Sinks, Asian Up On Brexit Hope, US Dollar Moves Higher
The Brexit news had a negative impact on the pound, the US futures market was indicating a positive open for equity indices in the early hours of the morning.
Asia-Pacific Sours On Oil, EU Markets Mixed, Brexit Deal In Sight, US CPI As Expected
EU markets were moving lower in early trading, but buyers stepped in on word a Brexit deal had been reached. The US index futures were slightly lower in early trading but spiked on word consumer-level inflation is contained.
Are We Going to See Another Financial Crisis in the Coming Years?
There are too many variables to accurately predict whether a crash will happen. The world has been slow to recover since 2008, but progress is being made, and the modern world has woken up to the dangers of complacency.
China Slips On Export Data, ECB Says Economy Will Stall, FOMC Statement Imminent
The post-election rally stalled in early trading as market participants focus on today’s FOMC policy announcement. Chinese indices slipped on weaker than expected trade surplus data.
Short Seller Steve Eisman Selling Two U.K Bank Stocks On Brexit Standoff
Five months to the deadline, Britain is yet to reach a deal with the European Union on how to go about Brexit. Steve Eisman believes that now is the right time to short two U.K banks as expectations of the U.K leaving Europe without a deal soars.
A Wild Ride For Asia-Pacific Market, Brexit Deal Reached, US Rebound Advances
European markets were up on stronger than expected earnings. The US equities market was indicated to open higher on Thursday morning.
Can Italy Be the Next Greece?
In order to understand the risks presented by the Italian economy, it is important to recognize why the situation in 2018 is so familiar to what we witnessed in 2011. Can Italy be the next Greece?