Weekly Market Review

Weekly Market Review July 18

European Central Bank launches plea for governments to put more efforts to support Eurozone in view of Brexit vote. Conversely, Bank of England affirmed that Britain will need bigger measures than simply lowering interest rates to counter Brexit impact. Governments in China, Japan and Britain have already declared their will to ease their fiscal stance. […]

Weekly Market Review July 11

Earlier today, China’s CPI readings were obtained at stable numbers which helped the Asian market to tap some nice gains. By the side of Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe signaled towards a revision of economic reforms, which eventually translated into a slightly bearish session for the JPY. While the Yen edged lower, the greenback was […]

Weekly Market Review July 04

In observance of the U.S. Independence Day today, most U.S. markets will be closed, while some markets will close early. The New York Stock Exchange will be closed for the day while the USD will likely be sluggish against its major currency counterparts. Moving on, UKOIL (Brent crude) will be available for trading and speaking […]

Weekly Market Review June 27

Recent drop for Sterling added to its biggest slump on the currency market and at the same time generating PUT options on short-terms. Next financial steps on the global market will be decisive as policymakers of major central banks decide to meet in Portugal this Wednesday. Federal Reserve chairperson Janet Yellen will also be part […]

Weekly Market Review June 20

Campaigns for the Brexit Referendum, which came to a halt on Thursday following the murder of British pro-EU Lawmaker, Jo Cox, resumed yesterday. The referendum due this Thursday, is witnessing a recovering “Remain’ camp, yet the real outcome to be known on thursday only. With campaigns resuming and the referendum only few days apart, market […]