What’s happening in financial markets this week? ECB’s 9-month approach to tapering for Euro; Forex analysis on GBP, USD, JPY; What FED reshuffle means to USD; Commodity headwind for next 9 months
The FED: Fed is following a playbook written when gold was hidden from the Nazis in WWII
Cryptocurrencies rally as predicted but collapse up to 20%. Read on to find out why there is so much volatility in the crypto market.
When missiles start to fly, when inflation starts to rise, when hurricanes hit…..how does the market react?
Global equities, Washington's Tax reform, US sanctions on China dn Russia, Jackson Hole, Hurricane Harvey - see which assets are affected by world events
5-minute checklist for indices, forex, commodities and stocks effected by political and economic events.
Five-minute overview of the effects of the Barcelona attack, Trump’s sacking of Steve Bannon, upsurge in Korean peninsula tension & Brexit negotiations.
Bitcoin traders now have an alternative in Bitcoin Cash but does the new crypto have a positive future?
Bitcoin may split in 2 tomorrow – it will only take a majority of miners to validate….then what happens? Chief economist Bill Hubard discusses Bitcoin & Crypto
PMI & Ifo more important than FOMC to move the Eurozone markets this week with EUR/USD at its strongest level in 23 months. Watch for company reports to swing stocks & OPEC’s output decisions
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