Daily Analysis

Date:December 14, 2018 • Posted by: michael

High Yield Currencies under Pressure, Kiwi Biggest Loser – 14 DEC 2018

There is a number of reasons high yields currencies experience significant declines on Friday. Kiwi is down nearly one per cent and Aussie half a per cent while commodities are


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Date:December 13, 2018 • Posted by: michael

Euro Suffers Huge Losses on Dovish Draghi – 13 DEC 2018

Euro is falling sharply against counterparts. From 1.1380 to 1.1340 only in a matter of minutes following Draghi’s opening at the ECB conference. Earlier in the session the bank decided


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Date:December 13, 2018 • Posted by: michael

Pound Hangs on May’s Ability to ‘Deal’, Again – 13 DEC 2018

Despite Theresa May won the leadership challenge, which could contribute to a vital accelerated resolution on the Irish backstop issue taking into account Britain has only a short period of


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Date:December 12, 2018 • Posted by: michael

Britain under Scrutiny for No-Confidence Vote Call – 12 DEC 2018

The Tory leadership battle begins on Wednesday evening, when Prime Minister Theresa May faces the challenge of losing a vote of confidence in a Eurosceptic MPs’ attempt to seize control


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Date:December 12, 2018 • Posted by: michael

Trade Truce Starts Paying-Off, for Now – 12 DEC 2018

Following a trade truce deal between US and China after the G20 summit at the beginning of December, officials appeared confused with different interpretations of what they committed to bridge.


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Date:December 11, 2018 • Posted by: michael

EUR/USD Battleground Encapsulated around $1.14 – 11 DEC 2018

Euro started the week on a bad footing versus dollar and other majors despite early session sings of a breakout above the $1.14 handle – the fourth failed attempt in


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Date:December 11, 2018 • Posted by: michael

British Pound at Knifepoint after Vote Call-Off – 11 DEC 2018

Pro-Brexiters retreated with tails tucked firmly between their legs after Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed the delay of a critical parliamentary vote where her Brexit deal with Brussels would be


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Date:December 10, 2018 • Posted by: michael

GBP/USD Falls to 1 ½ – Years Low – 10 DEC 2018

Sterling fell to a 1 ½-year low at 1.2635 against the US counterpart on earlier speculations that Mrs May called an emergency meeting of her MPs to cancel the parliamentary


Date:December 10, 2018 • Posted by: michael

Weekly Review – 10 DEC 2018

Finally. A critical day that will shed more light to ongoing Brexit uncertainties is coming up. On Tuesday, the UK parliament will vote whether to support or reject Theresa May’s


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Date:December 7, 2018 • Posted by: TrioMarkets Team

Will a Disappointing NFP Offset Equities’ “Death-Cross” – 07 DEC 2018

If you have followed the news lately you must have read about the gap between 2-year and 10-year note yields turning negative. As seen on wires, the relations between US


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