Tag Archive: eurozone

Risk barometer in the red (OANDA Podcast)

Stephen Innes, Head of Trading in the Asia Pacific, OANDA, Singapore Stephen analyzes how Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s triumph in the Turkish presidential elections could affect the lira, and how OPEC’s latest production deal could impact the ringgit. BFM Radio Kuala…
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World Cup effect weighing on volumes

World Cup effect weighing on volumes Volumes are running low confirming the World Cup effect, but the lack of any substantial data has also contributed to the downturn in volume. Equity Market Risk off sentiment continues to dog equity markets…
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Calm before chaos but more likely the fear of the unknown.

Calm before chaos but more likely the fear of the unknown. But one thing that we do know for sure is the president’s uncontrollable need to defend his status is more apparent than any strategy when comes to bilateral trade…
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Investors utterly unfazed by trade tariffs

  Investors utterly unfazed by trade tariffs Stock market investors remain utterly unfazed by the prospects of trade tariffs or even higher interest rates as consecutive monthly payroll numbers continue to support the Goldilocks economy sweet spot scenario. Employers are…
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A tempest in an espresso cup

A tempest in an espresso cup The markets are looking much more constructive to end the week than they did to start, and with trade wars still lingering, that is saying a lot. Mind you, the Italian rumpus, and ensuing…
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Risk Appetite Remains as Italian Talks Continue

Markets Remain Buoyed By Potential Progress in Italy US futures are trading flat ahead of the open on Thursday, with Europe mostly a little higher as negotiations continue to avoid another election in Italy. Not too long ago, a coalition…
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