It’s sincerely been quite a yawning FX market during the last few weeks, with a lot of uncertainty about a…
Despite some of the bleak headlines in the corporate world, traders are still keen to buy into the notion that we can bounce back and bounce back fast.
From a social and health perspective we have seen a ‘flattening of the curve’ in many European countries and signs are that the US and Canada are also past their peak.
British Airways are to make 12,000 staff redundant while Ford announce a $5 billion Q1 loss. No matter one’s optimism, these numbers reflect the current economic environment and its bleak reading.
The new week began on a positive note with equities rallying and the USD generally softer across the board. However oil prices would continue to slide as storage and short-term demand issues linger.
This one will be a short, but busy week: Few hours ago, the Bank of Japan maintained its targeted interest rate at…
If you didn’t have a Trump / disinfectant meme in your inbox on Friday morning, the chances are you just arrived from another planet.
Here are two of the main events that took place overnight and what we can expect today.
The daily themes are becoming all too familiar. And with that comes a routine I find myself following each day. Wake up, check the update for my county on Long Island to see the number of new cases in my town. See how many more have died, if the number of people in ICUs has decreased etc.
We’ve already extensively discussed the stocking problem issue, with sites around the world reaching their limit. On Monday, storage in Cushing, Oklahoma, the delivery point for West Texas Intermediate futures contracts filled up.