Euro Recovers As Stocks Continue Record

Euro Recovers U.S. stocks continued their record run while the euro surprised investors with a valiant comeback. This was an especially shocking turn of events, since earlier in the week the euro ...Read the full article

21st July, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Global Stocks React to Oil’s Demise

Global Stocks Stocks around the world remained mixed as mounting doubts nearly derailed global recovery. U.S. stocks dipped slightly as investors speculated what would come of Federal Reserve Chair’s looming testimony in ...Read the full article

12th July, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Global Stocks Rise As Commodities Shudder

Stocks Rise Stocks from around the world made a valiant comeback as commodities continued to slide. This energetic rally was fueled by rebounding technology stocks along with fresh optimism in China & ...Read the full article

20th June, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Market Wraps As UK Terror Attack Makes Headlines

Market Wraps The market wrapped on edge after reacting to multiple international scandals. Fresh news about Trump’s alleged connections to Russia sent U.S. stocks tumbling while the dollar reached new lows. Even ...Read the full article

24th May, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Asia Stocks Rally While the Dollar Shudders

Asia stocks Asian markets soared while controversy engulfed U.S. & North Korean financial sectors. Rising Chinese equities helped fuel Asia stocks as North Korea reels from a controversial presidential election. This sudden ...Read the full article

11th May, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


U.S. Stocks Rise Despite Trump’s Remarks

U.S. Stocks Despite political controversy, US stocks have pulled off another surprise recovery. Trump may have riled up the entire industry, but a promising earnings report is dispelling investors’ fears. According to ...Read the full article

2nd May, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


New Zealand’s inflation accelerates above the RBNZ’s target midpoint

Overnight, New Zealand’s CPI rate for Q1 surged to +2.2% yoy from +1.3% in Q4. This was the first time in 5 yearsinflation propped above the midpoint of the RBNZ’s ...Read the full article

21st April, 2017 • Trader Mind


Market Recovers As France’s Election Heats Up

stocks rally The current decline of haven assets has set the stage for an epic financial rebound. Stocks around the world started recovering, despite a hazy political future. The S&P 500 Index ...Read the full article

20th April, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Stocks Slip Amidst International Standoffs

Stocks Slip U.S. stocks wrapped up a volatile session slightly subdued while the dollar surged. Treasury yields joined the greenback with a surprising advance. This dynamic series of reactions were sparked by ...Read the full article

8th April, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Looming Policy Changes Help Stocks Rebound

Stocks are soaring as the United States & Europe establish new policy paths. This has put an end to weeks of suspense, but that could change at any moment. ECB officials ...Read the full article

31st March, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Political Controversy Leaves Investors on Edge

Political Controversy Investors are expressing growing concerns about America’s new approach to global trade. So far, these doubts haven’t caused any major backlash, but they are paving the way for a tumultuous ...Read the full article

21st March, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Fed’s Promises Cause US Stocks to Falter

Fed's Promises Imminent rate hikes sent shockwaves throughout U.S. stocks & treasures. Both faltered as the Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen guaranteed increased interest rates next week. Banks reacted to this news ...Read the full article

8th March, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Global Rally Stalls Amidst Political Controversy

global rally Once again, the market is showing mixed reactions to controversial political moves. The latest Federal Reserve meeting has put the dollar in a tailspin. As rate hikes seem imminent, the ...Read the full article

24th February, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Political Unrest Can’t Derail Global Stock Rally

stock rally As Trump’s foreign policies wreak havoc, the results are equally mixed in the international financial market. U.S. stocks & treasuries soared while the dollar slipped. European stocks rose while the ...Read the full article

4th February, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Stocks Mixed Amidst Border Wall Controversy

Border Wall America’s standoff with Mexico is creating mixed reactions with stocks around the world. Tensions between the two nations have raised to an all-time high as Trump’s border wall plan stirs ...Read the full article

27th January, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


U.S. Stocks Rise Amidst Growing Uncertainty

US Stocks The US economy is gearing up for a promising year with advances across the board. Trump’s bold plans to revive America has set the stage for record advances by stocks ...Read the full article

14th January, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Dollar Falters As Commodities Make Comeback

It appears that the dollar’s strongest rally in over a decade is gradually coming to a halt. Growing uncertainty of the Federal Reserve’s next move is threatening to bring the dollar back to reality. To make matters even more volatile, a fresh rally in China caused the yuan to surge. This explosive growth in China aims to stem capital outflows. Stocks faltered as major retailers in the US missed their estimates. On the bright side, gold continued to rise along with treasuries. This batch of mixed news is highlighting concerns about the future of the US economy. Dollar Falters as Gold & Treasures Climb “The trigger for dollar weakness was the Fed minutes,” said Richard Falkenhall, a strategist at SEB AB in Stockholm. “The general view is that there’s a lot of uncertainty on what to anticipate when it comes to fiscal policy going forward. The market has already been pricing in a lot when it comes to Trump expectations, so this was a bit of a natural reaction at this point” for the dollar to falter. The dollar’s valiant comeback faltered for a second day straight. Fed deliberations & central banker concerns are putting an end to the greenback’s 14 year high. According to the Bloomberg gauge, the dollar was trading 0.6% lower after major companies failed to increase jobs in December. The dollar isn’t the only thing that’s faltering, US stocks also experienced a sudden blow. The S&P 500 Index slipped 0.2%, putting it at 2,266.97. This was the first decline in three days, which put the index only 5 points shy of an all-time closing high. Many attribute this surprise dip to disappointing holiday sales. Kohl’s Corp lost a devastating 16%, Macy’s Inc. plunged 12% & Gap Inc joined the free-fall with 5.5% declines. This shocking display of lackluster holiday spending is putting doubts on the spending power of US consumers. Currencies around the world rallied as the dollar started losing wind. China’s yuan swelled by 0.5% after making a surprise 1.4% jump on Wednesday. The euro also gained 0.2%, leaving it at $1.0513. Russia’s ruble made a stunning 1.5% comeback, allowing it to finally breach 60 per dollar. This valiant achievement was the first time the ruble hit these figures since July 2015. Mexico’s peso also made a comeback after they erased losses when the central bank sold dollars. These figures are backing up a startling trend of the US versus the world. Commodities continued to advance in the face of global uncertainty. Gold advanced by 1%, leaving it at its highest rates in a month. Precious metals joined gold’s rally. Aluminum enjoyed a 0.7% gain, nickel rose 0.3% & Zinc also rallied by 0.4%. OPEC agreements led to crude rising 0.7% to $53.61 a barrel. This steady growth reflects increased optimism as oil stockpiles are set to decline. The curtain may be closing on America’s strongest rally, but the future still looks bright for the international market. Commodities remain high, & even though they are faltering the dollar & US stocks are in still good shape. China’s surprise rally is offering fresh competition, but whether this bravado will last remains to be seen. A majority of the word’s currencies are bouncing back after the slump following Trump’s victory. This shake up is signaling that things are finally returning to normal after a major political upset. It appears that the dollar’s strongest rally in over a decade is gradually coming to a halt. Growing uncertainty on the Federal Reserve’s next move is threatening to bring the ...Read the full article

6th January, 2017 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Dollar Soars As 2016 Finally Comes to an End

Despite a turbulent year, things are settling nicely in the financial sector. Against all odds, the year is wrapping up with a surprising balance of gains & setbacks. The dollar ...Read the full article

29th December, 2016 • Nathaniel Mansfield


US Stocks Rebound In Epic Post-Election Rally

us stocks rebound Trump’s bold promises to jumpstart the economy is fueling a US stocks rebound. Rising health care shares are pushing American stocks to new heights. Equities are also recovering, emboldened by plans ...Read the full article

10th December, 2016 • Nathaniel Mansfield


AUD lower on future inflation

IronFX: RBA stands pat and maintains its neutral tone The RBA held its policy steady at its last meeting for the year as was widely expected, and maintained an overall ...Read the full article

7th December, 2016 • IronFX: Marshall Gittler ( Head of Global FX Strategy) & Charalambos Pissouros (Senior Technical Analyst)


European Stocks Rebound Despite Growing Uncertainty

European Stocks Europe may be immersed in suspense, but that didn’t stop their stocks from recovering. A sudden rebound in bank shares allowed European stocks to pull out of a 3-week plunge. Trading ...Read the full article

30th November, 2016 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Dollar rising on inflation expectations and rake hike odds

XM Investment Research Desk: The US dollar recovered losses made against the yen earlier in the day when it registered its biggest drop in a day in almost a month. The ...Read the full article

29th November, 2016 • XM Investment Research Desk


Trump’s Victory is Creating Financial Turbulence

Trump's Victory Donald Trump’s shocking victory is causing financial markets to go haywire. Stocks & metals surged as optimism spread about his fiscal-stimulus plans. The dollar also gained against its peers, fueled ...Read the full article

12th November, 2016 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Looming Elections Stir Up a Financial Frenzy

elections Uncertainty over the US presidential election is promoting financial turbulence around the world. Stocks are fluctuating wildly as investors hold their breath before the election ends. The S&P 500 halted ...Read the full article

4th November, 2016 • Nathaniel Mansfield


A Trump win means uncertainty ahead

Dollar weakens as focus turns to US election uncertainty, gold rallies XM Investment Research Desk: There was a risk off environment in Asia on Wednesday which followed through from the US ...Read the full article

3rd November, 2016 • XM Investment Research Desk


Stocks Surge in the Midst of Epic Takeovers

stocks surge A new wave of optimism in equity markets has catapulted stocks to new highs. This surprising growth was reflected across the board & spilled over into international markets. The MSCI ...Read the full article

26th October, 2016 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Looming Money Fund Reform Causes Chaos

money fund Money fund markets are facing record turbulence as the quarter wraps up in chaos. Even though the quarter end is normally tumultuous, this year the disparity has reached new heights. ...Read the full article

1st October, 2016 • Nathaniel Mansfield


Stocks Rally as Rate Hike Fears Dissipate

rate hikes Now that the fears of the Federal Reserve’s interest hikes have been postponed, US stocks still face a tumultuous year. The Fed’s groundbreaking decision has led to stock rebounds, but ...Read the full article

23rd September, 2016 • Nathaniel Mansfield


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