Fundamental analytics

Today, after a weak start of Asia trading, the markets unexpectedly moved to recovery.


The beginning of the new week starts on reduced volumes for crypto-currencies after a calm weekend.

By last Friday, global market sentiment continued to deteriorate...

Please don’t get me wrong...

Asian markets traded mostly in red territory on Monday, following a strong negative close from Wall Street last week on rising concerns that tensions between the United States and China would lead to a global trade war.

Demand for US durable goods rose in February, supported by increased investment in business. 


It seems that US market sales are just beginning, and we can potentially see quite different levels in the medium term.

Yesterday, American markets experienced a real sale-off, indices fell by almost 3 percent.

Asian stock indexes on Friday, following negative closes in Europe and the US on increasing concerns for a potential trade war between world top economies.

As it was widely expected, the Federal Reserve rose its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points earlier this week, leaving it in a range between 1.50 percent and 1.75 percent.