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  • Dollar Strength Could Hit EM Harder in this Cycle

    Dollar Strength Could Hit EM Harder in this Cycle

    Jun 28, 22 • 486 Views • Top News Comments Off on Dollar Strength Could Hit EM Harder in this Cycle

    If inflation accelerates, currency depreciation is likely to increase pressure on domestic prices Developing countries live their economic lives at the mercy of the US Federal Reserve. That may sound harsh, but it doesn’t make the truth any less. As...

  • Long-Term LNG Supply Contracts Increasing Amid Embargo with Russia

    Long-Term LNG Supply Contracts Increasing Amid Embargo with Russia

    Jun 27, 22 • 642 Views • Top News Comments Off on Long-Term LNG Supply Contracts Increasing Amid Embargo with Russia

    This year, demand for long-term LNG supply contracts has surged amid global efforts to reduce Russian gas imports. Manufacturers have capitalized on this trend by charging much higher prices for new long-term contracts. According to an Oil & Gas Journal...

  • German Companies Bracing for the Worst after Cutting off Gas Supplies from Russia

    German Companies Bracing for the Worst after Cutting off Gas Supplies from Russia

    Jun 24, 22 • 176 Views • Top News Comments Off on German Companies Bracing for the Worst after Cutting off Gas Supplies from Russia

    German companies face a real risk of production cuts and layoffs as supplies of cheap and clean energy from Russia are cut off due to Western sanctions. German companies, the powerhouse of Europe’s largest economy, are contemplating painful production...

  • Devaluating Pound Can Worsen Problems

    Devaluating Pound Can Worsen Problems

    Jun 23, 22 • 606 Views • Top News Comments Off on Devaluating Pound Can Worsen Problems

    A rate hike by the Bank of England last week gave the pound some breathing room. But it’s still 10% weaker against the dollar from its January peak and 3% below the euro. Aside from the occasional shrug about the cost of a beer in Marbella or a ticket...

  • ECB to Begin Aggressive Tightening, Favoring Euro Bulls

    ECB to Begin Aggressive Tightening, Favoring Euro Bulls

    May 31, 22 • 699 Views • Hot Trading News, Top News Comments Off on ECB to Begin Aggressive Tightening, Favoring Euro Bulls

    The end of the month in the currency area is expected. Including yesterday’s US weekend, aggregate flows were low during the Asian and London hours but saw a buying trend for the euro following inflation data from Spain and Germany. Talks in the trading...

  • US Dollar Posing a Threat to Further Losses

    US Dollar Posing a Threat to Further Losses

    May 30, 22 • 1020 Views • Hot Trading News, Top News Comments Off on US Dollar Posing a Threat to Further Losses

    Despite a calmer risk environment and heightened expectations for a pause in the Fed’s tightening cycle, the US dollar plunged on Monday morning on European deals, nearing its first monthly loss in five months. Earlier today, the dollar index, which...

  • JP Morgan: Bitcoin to Post Strong Rally, Come out as Alternate Asset

    JP Morgan: Bitcoin to Post Strong Rally, Come out as Alternate Asset

    May 26, 22 • 77 Views • Top News Comments Off on JP Morgan: Bitcoin to Post Strong Rally, Come out as Alternate Asset

    Bitcoin’s volatility versus gold eased marginally, suggesting a “fair value” of $38,000 for the cryptocurrency and implying “significant upside potential for digital assets,” according to a research note by JP Morgan’s team...

  • Bloomberg: US to Outpace China's Growth

    Bloomberg: US to Outpace China’s Growth

    May 25, 22 • 880 Views • Forex News, Top News Comments Off on Bloomberg: US to Outpace China’s Growth

    The Coronavirus cutout means China’s economic growth will lag behind the United States for the first time since 1976, resulting in a shift in roles and possibly political consequences in both Beijing and Washington. In a report released on Thursday,...

  • Are we heading for a recession? What to expect in the coming months?

    Are we heading for a recession? What to expect in the coming months?

    Apr 1, 22 • 893 Views • Top News Comments Off on Are we heading for a recession? What to expect in the coming months?

    A recession is a period of declining GDP that lasts for two or more consecutive quarters. It is defined as a time between a peak in economic activity and the subsequent low or lowest point involving a significant drop in economic activity that is widespread...

  • Bond Markets in red What to expect

    Bond Markets in red: What to expect?

    Apr 1, 22 • 1178 Views • Hot Trading News, Top News Comments Off on Bond Markets in red: What to expect?

    Global bond markets have plummeted to their lowest levels since at least 1990, as investors expect central banks to quickly raise interest rates in the face of the highest inflation in decades. What is going on? Bond market losses result from central banks...