eurozone

Business activity in the private sector was seen picking up steam last month, official data showed and the pace of solid growth continued. However, the global trade war uncertainty was seen keeping optimism in check and further indicating that growth could slow. Expectations from businesses about activity for the year ahead had dropped to the...

2018-09-12 John Benjamin Read more
Reversals vs Volatility

In this episode, Richard is following up on his previously posted “Trends And Reversals – Patterns And Correlations” article, in which a spike in volatility was underlined, as a possibility, along with a chance for the Market to commence a reversal sequence. The dollar bulls are showing signs of potential exhaustion, while metals and the EUR ...

2018-08-20 Richard Tataru Read more
european central bank

The European Central bank released its economic bulletin on Wednesday last week. In the note, the central bank claimed that private consumption in the Eurozone had further room to grow. The central bank sounded optimistic as it expects the economic expansion to grow despite external headwinds. [shortcode-variables slug="learn-forex-basics"] ...

2018-08-14 John Benjamin Read more
ECB

Composite PMI Data Declines in July The latest batch of Eurozone data provided more questions than answers ahead of the upcoming ECB meeting this week. The flash composite PMI for the Eurozone declined to 54.3 after a small uptick to 54.9 in June, printing below the market forecast. [shortcode-variables slug="learn-forex-basics"] The brea...

2018-08-03 James Harte Read more
markets vulnerable

In this episode, Richard is following up on the previously posted “Bullish Patterns on Gold – EUR Stronger – Investors looking at YEN” article, and continuing the views he share during the “The World Cup NFP! – LIVE” webinar. Richard is also backing his volatility spike theory, previously posted with the “Trade War Sentiment – Volatility Spik...

2018-07-17 Richard Tataru Read more

In our weekly video Analysis, Ian Coleman will be looking at what is in store for the FX Majors in the coming week! With the RBA monetary policy meeting, and quarterly GDP figures for the AUD, as well as the CAD jobs report, its looking like a busy FX Week Ahead! [shortcode-variables slug="go2_tradeideas"]

2018-06-04 Ian Coleman Read more

Italy will present a new government on Friday based on an unlikely marriage between the left-wing protest 5-Star Movement and the right-wing League. It’s a populist union that found common ground on immigration, taxes and the social safety net. After 3 months of unproductive negotiations, and rejected political appointments, they finally have a ...

2018-06-01 Ashraf Laidi Read more
how will the spanish congress vote

The Spanish Congress is expected today to vote on a no-confidence vote against current Prime Minister (President of the Government) Mariano Rajoy. The motion was presented by the leader of the Socialist Party (PSOE), who has managed to assemble a shaky coalition of minority parties with enough votes to barely pass the motion - if all the members...

2018-06-01 Daniel John Grady Read more
italian elections mattarella

The Italian elections debacle has taken another plot twist this week as President Mattarella refrained from giving his support for a coalition government between the Five Star Movement and La Lega, which last week looked highly likely to happen. Mattarella blocked finance minister Paolo Savona, the finance minister, from being a member of govern...

2018-05-30 James Harte Read more
German economy loses momentum in Q1 2018

The German economy loses momentum in Q1 2018, rising at a slower pace than initially forecast in the first three months of the year. Data from federal statistics agency, Destatis showed that the Eurozone's largest economy grew at a pace of just 0.3% on a seasonally adjusted basis during the three months ending March 2017. The pace of growth w...

2018-05-22 John Benjamin Read more