Market Commentaries

  • What Can We Expect From French President Hollande

    Market Commentary – French Business Activity Shrinks or Stinks

    Jul 10, 12 • 582 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    French financial activity contracted slightly in 2Q and is unlikely to actually get better in the near term, the Bank of Spain estimated Monday, mentioning the results of its monthly company analysis. The central financial institution confirmed its preceding...

  • The-EURGBP-overdoes-it

    The EUR/GBP overdoes it on International Bank Day

    Jul 6, 12 • 762 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Yesterday should have been called International Central Bank Day, with the Peoples Bank of China, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England all making headlines. The EUR/GBP traded quite volatile in the run-up the policy decisions of the BOE and the...

  • Sterling-and-Central-Bank

    Sterling and Central Bank Decisions

    Jul 5, 12 • 683 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Yesterday, on US Independence Day with US markets closed the, EUR/GBP trading developed in thin market conditions. The price action was mostly driven by technical considerations. The final services PMI in the EMU was less negative than expected. The UK...

  • Gold-and-Silver

    Gold – Silver – Crude Oil and Gas on the Holiday

    Jul 4, 12 • 780 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    With US markets closed today for the Independence Day holiday, trading is expected to be light during the European session and then quiet the rest of the day. There is little in the way of eco data from around the globe. Commodity markets closed higher for...

  • Commodities-and-Currencies-Kick

    Commodities and Currencies Kick Off July

    Jul 2, 12 • 734 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Chinese HSBC manufacturing contracted to the lowest level in the last seven months. Base metals surrendering part of its 4-percent gain, after data at the weekend showed a factory slump in Asia’s two biggest exporters, China and Japan, had deepened in...

  • Energy-and-Metals-Review-2

    Energy and Metals Review

    Jun 29, 12 • 690 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Gold fell to the lowest level in almost 4-weeks amid signs of slowing US growth while dollar gained on speculation that European Union leaders will struggle to solve the debt crisis. Gold has lost its safe haven title as investors begin to move into the risk...

  • Crude-Oil-tumbles-

    Crude Oil tumbles while Natural Gas soars

    Jun 27, 12 • 731 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    During early Asian session, oil futures prices are trading above $79.50/bbl with a marginal gain of 0.10 percent in electronic platform. As per American petroleum Institute,  ( please note that the API inventory indicators have been wrong more than right in...

  • US-Natural-Gas

    US Natural Gas gets a lifeline from Japan

    Jun 26, 12 • 670 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    During early Asian session, oil futures prices are trading in a lower trend on concern of rising stock piles, where lower demand is expected from major oil consuming nations. Prevailing European debt crisis getting tough day by day as partial solutions are...

  • Energy-Update

    Energy Update

    Jun 25, 12 • 0 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    During early Asian session, oil futures prices are trading above $80/bbl with marginal gain of 0.30 in electronic platform. As per National Hurricane Centre, US tropical storm Debby formed on yesterday in Gulf area is slowly dissipating. Currently 50 knots...

  • Before-the-EU-Summit-Greece

    Before the EU Summit Greece Makes its Demands Public

    Jun 25, 12 • 712 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    The Greek government made its re-negotiation platform (for talks with the Troika) public. They ask to extend the deadline for meeting the fiscal criteria by 2 years. They also want to scrap plans to cut 150K public sector jobs, repeal the 22% cut in the...

close
Google+Google+Google+Google+Google+Google+