Skype: Signal2forex / Whatsapp: +79065178835
0$0.00

No products in the cart.

Month: May 2021

OPEC Meeting Unlikely to Roil Markets, But Iran Might

It’s a crucial week for the oil market, with an OPEC+ meeting on Tuesday that will likely see the cartel and its allies increase their production gradually, capitalizing on the improvement in demand. This has already been decided, so the market reaction this time will depend on the signals they send about any future moves. …

OPEC Meeting Unlikely to Roil Markets, But Iran MightRead More

XAU/USD Outlook: Gold Eyes $2000 Barrier as Bulls Accelerate in May on Growing Inflationary Pressure

Spot Gold keeps firm tone and consolidating under new nearly three-month high ($1912) on Monday, supported by weak dollar while growing inflationary pressures lift gold’s appeal as the metal is used as a hedge against inflation. The other supportive factor for the yellow metal would be monetary policy as remains firmly dovish and refusing to …

XAU/USD Outlook: Gold Eyes $2000 Barrier as Bulls Accelerate in May on Growing Inflationary PressureRead More

Sterling and Dollar Softer in Subdued Trading, Aussie Firm ahead of RBA

Trading continue to be relatively subdued as US and UK are both on holiday. Sterling is mildly softer, followed by Dollar, and Swiss Franc. On the other hand, Australian Dollar is strengthening mildly, ahead of RBA rate decision in the upcoming Asian session. It’s highly unlikely for the central bank to alter the forward guidance …

Sterling and Dollar Softer in Subdued Trading, Aussie Firm ahead of RBARead More

Sterling and Dollar Softer in Subdued Trading, Aussie Firm ahead of RBA

Trading continue to be relatively subdued as US and UK are both on holiday. Sterling is mildly softer, followed by Dollar, and Swiss Franc. On the other hand, Australian Dollar is strengthening mildly, ahead of RBA rate decision in the upcoming Asian session. It’s highly unlikely for the central bank to alter the forward guidance …

Sterling and Dollar Softer in Subdued Trading, Aussie Firm ahead of RBARead More

Black Wall Street was shattered 100 years ago. How the Tulsa race massacre was covered up and unearthed

Ruins of the Greenwood District after the massacre of African Americans in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June 1921. American National Red Cross photograph collection. GHI | Universal Images Group | Getty Images A century ago this week, the wealthiest U.S. Black community was burned to the ground. At the turn of the 20th century, the Greenwood …

Black Wall Street was shattered 100 years ago. How the Tulsa race massacre was covered up and unearthedRead More

Dollar Mildly Lower in Holiday Mood, Busy Week Ahead

Dollar weakens broadly in relatively quiet Asian session today, while Australian Dollar is strengthening. Asia markets are trading mildly lower, but losses are limited. Month-end flow, plus holiday in the UK and the US, could keep activity subdued today. But the week ahead is extremely busy, with lots of first-tier economic data featured. Technically, Dollar’s …

Dollar Mildly Lower in Holiday Mood, Busy Week AheadRead More

RBA Preview: RBA to Assess Economic Data and Prepare for Policy Tweak in July

The June RBA meeting will have little surprise, as the central bank has already planned to adjust yield curve control (YCC) and QE measures in July. This week, policymakers will discuss recent economic data and the economic impacts of the lockdown in Melbourne. All monetary policy measures will stay unchanged: The cash rate target would …

RBA Preview: RBA to Assess Economic Data and Prepare for Policy Tweak in JulyRead More

Share this product!