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To Brexit or Not Brexit?


Expect the attention of global investors to soon turn to the upcoming Brexit vote that will be held on the 23rd of June. While the Federal Reserve seemingly has to back away from talk about a potential interest rate hike … Read More

Jobs Numbers Result – Bad.


The American economy continues to show a lot of disconnect between reality and the politics that are being played by the U.S. government via its Central Bank – and now they are becoming evident and might be failing. The jobs … Read More

Is the USD toast?


The USD is almost mystical in nature and it is looked upon as a gold standard among the currencies and has found a secure status as the major reserve currency of the world by many. It has made polite and … Read More

EUR Undervalued?


Single Currency fans have certainly had their sentiment tested this past year. The EUR has been on a long and steady decline versus the USD. The European Union has had to endure governments that have not practiced good fiscal policy, … Read More

When Storms Are Opportunity


A slew of U.S. data will be released today and tomorrow. Durable Goods Orders, weekly Unemployment Claims and Pending Homes Sales figures will be released this afternoon European time. Tomorrow Preliminary GDP and the Revised Consumer Sentiment reading will be … Read More

Do You Need A Rosy Outlook?


New traders sometimes need to be reminded that they can make money when the markets are declining. Economic data from the United States, Europe and Asia has been disappointing in many respects. Central Banks are known to be debating monetary … Read More

Crude Oil, Gold and Growth


At some juncture the global economy will start to grow in unison again. At some moment the sun will come out and shine on growth data and show that proper demand has come into the commodity markets. However, that time … Read More

U.S. Economic Slowdown?


Retail Sales from the United States turned in a positive result this past Friday and the Consumer Sentiment reading from the University of Michigan did also. So does this mean the American economy is on the way back to magnificent … Read More

Disregarding The Fed


The currency markets have entered tight ranges in what appears to be a short-term testing ground as the major FX pairs seek equilibrium before perhaps ensuing on their merry paths again. The USD which had given value back to the … Read More

Employment Change Outcome


The Non-Farm Employment Change numbers have just been published and the outcome was 160K. A bad outcome. Meaning the Fed will likely be handcuffed in June and not be able to raise its interest rate. Investors will certainly look at … Read More