Dear investors, welcome to a new trading week where all eyes are on the meeting of the European Central Bank (ECB) which will take place next Thursday, March 10th. In this meeting is expected that the European institution will continue expanding its stimulus programs and if this does not occur, the european stock indices would suffer but the Euro will rise. From the other side of the Atlantic continue the aftermath of employment data published in the US
Continue reading The ECB meeting next Thursday will mark the rhythm of the week
The week ended last Friday (02/26/2016) started with a very negative investment atmosphere and this was reflected immediately in the prices of the major stock indexes, which suffered widespread and strong falls in the early stages of the week especially in the day on Tuesday.
As the week progressed the atmosphere was becoming opposite and at the end financial markets have managed to close with mixed results. In the foreign exchange the pound sterling crosses have
Continue reading Mixed sentiment in the stock markets and fall of the GBP, the highlight of the week
From a fundamental point of view we had during the American session the publication of the minutes from the last Fed meeting. In these notes, highlight the comment in which it is pointed out that the markets are not reflecting the reality of the US economy and the real economy is having a better performance than reflect the markets.
Continue reading The markets are not reflecting the reality of the US economy
We started the year with a special report anticipating how 2014 will be for the world economy and financial markets. The Federal Reserve surprised everyone when it decided to cut its bond-buying program. The market expected the event to occur much later.
Economic Keys to Year 2014
Now that the U.S. is headed toward recovery appeared the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which has predicted that the U.S. economy will grow faster. Thus the IMF goes to support the FED following the change in leadership and the recent decision to reduce bond purchases. Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF praised the Federal Reserve’s decision to gradually reduce debt purchases, emphasizing the upturn in economic growth.
Continue reading Weekly Summary of Financial Markets 12-23-2013
USA Paralized After Political Disputes U.S. is in a crisis that paralyzed the government in a process called "shutdown". President Barack Obama was meeting with congressional Democrats and Republicans to find an agreement without achieving progress. Obama refuses to negotiate with Republicans. The White House issued a statement that said Obama hopes "common sense will prevail" in the negotiations. On Monday at midnight began the "shutdown" after the disagreement between the Republicans and Democrats over government operations.
Continue reading Financial markets at risk by political crisis in the U.S.
This week began with a sharp drop in the markets since the start of the first day, after news that China's economy is slowing. And gold suffered a historic fall in value as anticipated Soros.
Tomorrow Tuesday we have a wave of U.S. economic data early, so we can expect a day of heavy movements.
China's economy is slowing after experiencing an expansion of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 7.7% during the first quarter. The
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