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A COMPARISON OF FOMC AND ECB MINUTES
The attention of the traders this week was on the minutes of the most influential central bank of the moment: the Central Bank of Europe and the Federal Reserve. According to the minutes of the FOMC, the solidity and renewed momentum of economic growth in the United States are... Read more
EUROZONE & UNITED STATES MARKET MOVERS KEEP THE MARKET ALIVE
In the last week, there have been a number of more or less important market movers. The eurozone has been under the investor’s eye for two reasons: fourth-quarter GDP and trade surplus. GDP of the 4th quarter confirmed the expectations of the market and compared to the third quarter,... Read more
FED LEAVES RATES UNCHANGED AND US DOLLAR GOES TO 1987 MINIMUM
After the first meeting of the year of the European Central Bank, it was the time for the Federal Reserve January meeting. As expected by analysts, Janet Yellen’s Fed decided to leave the monetary policy structure unchanged at the reference rates between 1,25% and 1,5%. For Janet Yellen it... Read more
EUROZONE INFLATION AS EXPECTED WAITING FOR ECB JANUARY MEETING
We had already anticipated that main market mover of the past week would have been Eurozone inflation. Market expectations were confirmed and European prices in December increased on a monthly basis by 0,4%. On an annual basis, however, inflation increased by + 1,4%, confirming both market expectations and the... Read more
THE EURO WINS AND EUR / USD EXCEEDS 1,21
The new year has already started with the economic calendar at full speed and the euro has already started to gain by raising the EUR / USD exchange rate. All this happened thanks to the publication of the minutes of European Central Bank’s last meeting whose tones have amazed... Read more
BEST & WORST CURRENCY PAIR IN 2017
Another year has passed and it is time for budgets: who was the best currency pair? And who was the worst? Here is a ranking of the best and worst of 2017 in the forex market. Let’s start from the worst exchange rates that have not gone as hoped... Read more