Morning Roll Call

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 23, 17 • 80 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    USA equities stage modest recovery, gold continues its recent bullish run, WTI oil falls on glut of supply news. In a relatively quiet economic calendar day, USA data releases, concerning the domestic housing and mortgage markets and USA oil inventories,...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 22, 17 • 111 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    SPX drops by 1.24%, U.S. dollar endures longest losing streak since November, whilst fund managers agree that U.S. equities are over valued Well that escalated quickly, no sooner had analysts and market commentators pointed out that the main USA equity...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 21, 17 • 105 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Sterling slides as UK govt announce date for Article 50 invocation, USA equity markets sell off, whilst oil falls 11% in March Finally the “no turning back moment” has arrived for: the UK, its people, its society and its economy, as the UK’s...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 20, 17 • 101 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    PMIs, the UK’s Article 50 time table, the U.S. debt ceiling, and other critical USA economic data should dominate this week’s high impact calendar events There was quite a fuss and overall sense of panic and doom, regarding the U.S. debt ceiling a...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 17, 17 • 102 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    USA equities slip back after their post Fed rally, sterling and Swiss franc climb due to the hawkish BoE and SNB narrative accompanying Thursday’s interest rate decisions Early Thursday morning, during the Sydney/Asian session, the Australian Bureau Of...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 16, 17 • 127 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Dollar plunges, USA equities tear upwards after Fed rate rise, euro soars as Dutch electors freeze out right wing influencer As expected, the FOMC meeting held on Wednesday, resulted in the announcement that the Fed’s main interest rate would rise by...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 15, 17 • 128 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Markets await the inevitable FOMC interest rate rise announcement, USD rises as USA equity markets fall. Holland goes to the polls For us old school analysts there’s something quite comforting when markets revert to standard, predictable, orthodox...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 14, 17 • 111 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Sterling rises as the UK’s parliament begins the Brexit process, the U.S. dollar steadies after it’s recent sell off, whilst USA equities end the day subdued. In terms of economic news it was an extremely slow calendar news day on Monday, with...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 13, 17 • 93 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    The ‘inevitable’ Fed interest rate rise, the Dutch election and the UK’s Article 50 Brexit timeline, all look set to dominate the economic calendar events this week This week we potentially have an example of how political events can impact...

  • MORNING ROLL CALL

    Mar 10, 17 • 118 Views • Morning Roll Call No Comments

    Euro rises after Mario Draghi’s bullish press conference, U.S. equities remain flat, whilst unemployment claims rise Focus shifted away from the USA on Thursday to the ECB’s various interest rate decisions being published, whilst president Mario...

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