Forex Market Analysis

NZDUSD In Focus: All Eyes on China’s Manufacturing PMI and New Zealand’s Important Data Week

China’s manufacturing PMI due next week could be negative news as data could return to contraction territories due to trade tensions. Building approvals and private capital expenditure are key news releases to watch out

Brexit Turmoil Never Ends

PM Theresa May will announce her resignation timetable today, Boris Johnson, a hardline Brexiteer is seen as a top contender. Matteo Salvini’s probable emergence in Italy’s general elections could mean more budget clashes with EU.

USDJPY In Focus: Trade War Keeps a Lid on Market Risk Sentiment

U.S. and China trade war sees little chance of a near-term settlement. Trump administration is proposing tariffs on good from countries found to have undervalued currencies.

What’s a Bear Market? And Are We Heading into One?

Bear markets can devastate even a well-crafted portfolio. A bear market is when the market falls at least 20%, wiping out trillions of dollars of market capitalisation. We discuss the chances in 2019 and beyond.

Charts of the Week: Can USOIL extend its rally despite the challenges?

In this week´s edition we take a look at USOIL, the recovery in USDCAD and the key levels in EURGBP and NZDUSD.

Spotlight on Crude Oil CFDs

Discover one of the easiest ways to get started trading oil commodity derivatives. You have two main oil CFDs to choose from plus we look at what drives this market & the role of OPEC.

Market Sentiment Subdued Amid Trade Tensions and Growth Slowdown

Weekly Forex review and the key fundamental and technical analysis for the week ahead. We discuss the US-China trade war, Brexit and the all-important Australian elections.

Australian Unemployment Rate Climbs to 5.2%

The Australian Unemployment rate climbed to 5.2% in April, causing the Australian dollar to drop even lower and below 68 cents. Will this put enough pressure on the RBA to cut rates in June?

ECB Chief Mario Draghi Will Soon Step Down – a Look at What’s Next

As Mario Draghi’s ECB Presidency comes to an end, we look at who might replace him and what it means for the Eurozone economy.

Weekly Review & Preview: All Eyes on US - China Trade Negotiations

Top U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators concluded the first day of talks on Thursday. Investors still hopeful of a breakthrough in Friday’s negotiation. Australia employment data to be released next week. Keep an eye out for EU’s GDP and CPI data next week

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