Remember, remember! This Brexit November…

This fundamental outlook will bring you a couple of up-to-date news from the financial markets of last and this week. The EU and the UK have agreed on the terms of Brexit and Prime Minister May is now facing resignations from her own ranks. A vote of no confidence in the government is expected. The US […]

Kiwi is a hero while Sterling falls

This fundamental outlook will bring you a couple of up-to-date news from the financial markets of last and this week. In the US, “Mid-terms” ended, and opposition Democrats won Congress while Republicans retain the upper hand in the Senate. The Fed kept the rates unchanged and the dollar strengthened. The New Zealand dollar had a bullish […]

Trump has opened to China but closed the door to Iran

This fundamental outlook will bring you a couple of up-to-date news from the financial markets of last and this week. Trump is in a full electoral campaign for Republicans to Congress and Senate. In foreign relations, it looks promising with China, while Iran is embargoed by the United States. The Bank of England pushed Sterling high […]

Super Thursday for the Bank of England

This fundamental outlook will bring you a couple of up-to-date news from the financial markets of last and this week. The US stock markets experienced shocks again and the US dollar boosted the week. Trump regrets the appointment of Powell to the head of the Fed. The ECB does not change its monetary policy and the […]

USA caught up in the Middle East question

This fundamental outlook will bring you a couple of up-to-date news from the financial markets of last and this week.  Investors are eagerly awaiting a Brexit agreement, US stock indices suffered heavy losses while government bond yields are rising again, and the IMF meeting has not brought any major news. USD In the United States, […]