Morning Roll Call

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Jun 13, 17 • 59 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Sterling continues its slump, as the UK’s hung parliament election result filters through to markets In a relatively quiet day for fundamental economic calendar news, the UK’s inconclusive general election result was a major talking point, as was...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Jun 12, 17 • 59 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    The FOMC (USA Fed) reveals its interest rate decisions, whilst a raft of UK official hard data and the Bank of England’s rate decision, will be of interest, coming so close after an inconclusive election The main focus of the week is undoubtedly the...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Jun 8, 17 • 75 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Oil crashes by 5%, USA equities rise, UK FTSE slumps late in session as UK election looms, whilst sterling rises WTI Oil crashed on Wednesday by circa 5%, to end the day at circa $45.6 per barrel, resting just above the S3 pivot point level, the unexpected...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Jun 7, 17 • 77 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Yen strengthens versus all its major peers, USA equities fall for second day, oil rises, gold rises; for the third day in series In a relatively quiet day for high impact calendar news events, yen rose versus all its major peers on the basis of very little FX...

  • Jun 6, 17 • 71 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Sterling rises as bets the Tories will win the UK’s election increase, EUR/USD falls from recent seven month high Having recently forecast that sterling could reach 1.45 versus the U.S. Dollar by the end of 2018, investment bank Morgan Stanley is now...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Jun 2, 17 • 82 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Main USA equity markets close at record highs, U.S. Dollar strengthens, gold falls, oil slips; despite a glut reduction Despite little USA economic calendar news on Thursday actually supporting the strong rally in U.S. equities, the SPX closed up 0.76% and...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Jun 1, 17 • 87 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Gold rises, oil slumps, USA equities end the month up approx. 1%, U.S. Dollar slides, whilst euro makes gains versus peers As institutional traders closed their books for the month, the SPX weighed in with 1.2% growth in May, closing down 0.05%, with the DJIA...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    May 31, 17 • 89 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    U.S.Dollar comes under pressure versus its major peers, SPX reverses seven day advance, gold falls, Eurozone confidence slips New York, London and Shanghai equity markets were closed on Monday for a bank holiday, economic calendar news was equally distributed...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    May 30, 17 • 88 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Subdued Monday bank holiday trading witnesses sterling rise, euro fall and global equity markets move sideways With markets closed in: London, China and New York, both the equity and the FX markets were relatively subdued. Both the global equity markets (that...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    May 29, 17 • 90 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    NFP jobs data, European, Asian and USA PMIs, and various GDP reports, will dominate the economic calendar this week Monday is a bank holiday in the UK and with London still occupying top spot as the number one global forex trading venue, there’s likely...

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