Skype: Signal2forex / Whatsapp: +79065178835
0$0.00

No products in the cart.

Day: March 20, 2019

Trump finally got his wish from the Fed, but not for the reasons he wanted

The Federal Reserve likely just stalled interest rate increases for the year. The move announced Wednesday should please President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly urged the central bank to hit the brakes on rate hikes. But he may not like the Fed’s caution when he sees the factors driving it. As they kept the federal …

Trump finally got his wish from the Fed, but not for the reasons he wantedRead More

Fed Chair Powell says Chinese and European economies have slowed ‘substantially’

Weakening Chinese and European economies are acting as a deterrent to U.S. growth, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday. Speaking just after the central bank decided to hold the line on interest rates this week and likely maintain that stance through the year, Powell said that an otherwise strong domestic picture is getting dented …

Fed Chair Powell says Chinese and European economies have slowed ‘substantially’Read More

Market sees nearly 50% chance of a Fed rate cut by the end of January 2020

Markets are becoming more convinced that the Federal Reserve will be more accommodative on interest rates. The fed funds futures market is assigning a 47.8 percent probability of at least one rate cut by Jan. 29, according to the CME’s FedWatch tool, which has been a reliable gauge of the Federal Open Market Committee’s actions. …

Market sees nearly 50% chance of a Fed rate cut by the end of January 2020Read More

Fed Goes All in on Dovish Commitment (Dot Plots No More Hikes in 2019)

The Federal Reserve delivered a very clear dovish message. The dovish pivot that has been in place in January was cemented. The decision was considered dovish as the Fed cut the 2019 dot plots forecast from two hikes to none, many expected them to bring it down to one increase. The Fed also sees one …

Fed Goes All in on Dovish Commitment (Dot Plots No More Hikes in 2019)Read More

How Central Banks Impact on currency and market. Hawkish dovish

The role of central banks in the forex market Central banks are mainly responsible for maintaining inflation in the interest of sustainable economic growth while contributing to the overall stability of the financial system. When they deem it necessary central banks will impact in financial markets in line with the defined “Monetary Policy Framework”. The …

How Central Banks Impact on currency and market. Hawkish dovishRead More

Sterling Falls to One-Week Low, But May’s Request for Delay Could Slow Bears

Cable fell to one-week low at 1.3146 on Wednesday, as renewed risk of no-deal Brexit keeps the currency under pressure. Several scenarios remain on the table and keep high uncertainty in Brexit drama, as PM May asked the EU for three-month extension of Brexit deadline, in attempts to buy some time and try to adjust …

Sterling Falls to One-Week Low, But May’s Request for Delay Could Slow BearsRead More

UK 100 Index Runs Towards 5-Month High; SMAs Act as Supports

UK 100 stock index (FTSE 100) has advanced considerably after touching the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level of the downleg from 7900 to 6533, around 7060. During Tuesday’s session the price gained some more ground driving the market towards a fresh five-month high of 7350. The flatly aligned Tenkan- and Kijun-sen lines are indicative of a …

UK 100 Index Runs Towards 5-Month High; SMAs Act as SupportsRead More

Sterling Dives as Markets Disapprove May’s Short Brexit Extension, Dollar Mixed ahead of FOMC

Sterling suffers another round of selloff today as the markets clearly disapprove of UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s next step on Brexit. In short, she’s just seeking a short delay until June 30. But any date beyond May 23, when EU elections take place, is already rejected back on March 11. May also intends to …

Sterling Dives as Markets Disapprove May’s Short Brexit Extension, Dollar Mixed ahead of FOMCRead More

More than free money: How long-shot 2020 candidate Andrew Yang would reshape the US economy

Until recently, Andrew Yang has been flying under the radar as one of a swarm of Democratic candidates vying to challenge President Donald Trump in 2020. Yang, a 44-year-old lawyer-turned-entrepreneur, has no political experience and is far from a household name. But his growing popularity online – his supporters call themselves the Yang Gang — …

More than free money: How long-shot 2020 candidate Andrew Yang would reshape the US economyRead More

Share this product!

Do you want to start trade profitably?
Earn 50-300% monthly!