Forex Market Analysis

US Pre Market Open: Mixed start for Wall Street forecast as Saudi question lingers

After a quiet overnight session, Wall Street futures are currently pointing towards a mixed start to Wednesday’s trade.

US Pre Market Open: Wall Street fails to follow Tokyo’s lead; earnings in focus

It’s been a relatively quiet overnight session for US index futures with little to suggest that Wall Street is going to follow Tokyo’s lead, where improving risk sentiment left the Nikkei posting meaningful gains on the day.

Markets Pulled In All Directions As Earnings Ease The Pain

It’s been a mixed start for European stock markets after Wall Street fell yet again, but Asian stocks posted gains. Overnight developments with the Italian budget saw the finalised bill submitted to the EU. 

Charts of the Week - Failed recovery in Bitcoin; DAX bulls bet on earnings season

Failed recovery in Bitcoin; DAX bulls bet on earnings season

CFTC Position Watch - King Dollar: Speculators increase bet on rising Greenback

King Dollar: Speculators increase bet on rising Greenback

AUDUSD Holds at Key Level

It has been pretty ugly lately for the Australian Dollar, as a perfect storm of factors have led to some severe downside.

Week Ahead: Stock Market Rout Make Or Break

It was a turbulent week for equity markets in the US last week that eventually saw Wall Street find some upside on Friday. As the new week starts there are still some headlines that leave markets undecided of their next direction, which in turn adds yet more uncertainty to the Dollar this week.

US Pre Market Open: Geopolitical tensions in focus as Wall Street eyes fresh losses.

Friday’s increasingly looking as if it was little more than a pause for breath in the market’s current rout, with futures suggesting we’ll seem fresh losses on Wall Street at the opening bell.


Should Investors Be Cheering or Jeering Positive US Economic Data?

I’m sure that many of us remember reading the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears in our childhood years. The salient point of the story is that we having a liking for things which are not too hot, and not too cold, but instead are ‘just right’.

The Week Ahead: The Fed Remains the Focus

October has traditionally not been a kind month for financial markets, and that trend has continued at least into the first half of this month as evidenced by the recent spate of selling on global bourses.

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