Fundamental analytics

Asian stock markets were mostly higher on Thursday amid low activity ahead of the New Year’s holiday and as a rally in oil prices continued to support energy-related equities.  

Weekly Outlook

Stock markets in Europe and Asia remain under pressure on Wednesday, while the recent rally in the oil and metals markets (caused by USD weakness) has stimulated the growth of global energy and mining companies.

Weekends in many countries affected the dynamics of trading on the FOREX currency market, volatility and liquidity in the market were extremely low. 

It came out of the blue and now you are feeling terrible. We get it, we really do. Part or even a majority of your crypto gains have vanished only a few days before Christmas and New Year.  

Asian equity markets were mixed on Wednesday, with energy-related stocks rising overnight as crude futures settled in levels not seen since May 2015.  

Asian equity indexes were mainly higher on Friday, following Wall Street’s optimistic close as investors head to the Christmas holidays.  

In the third quarter, US production grew by 3.2% year-on-year, the government's official statement said, lower than the previous estimate, but figure points to an economic impulse ahead of large tax cuts.


Today on Forex, European currency continues its stable trade, gaining in the area of ​​the round resistance level Eur.1888.

Asian indexes were mixed on Thursday following a soft close in Wall Street following a widely anticipated tax reform approval by Congress.