ECB steady ahead of Trump and BrexitThe European Central Bank (ECB) is holding its first monetary policy meeting of 2017 on Thursday. But don’t get too excited, everything will probably stay just the same. And this is why:
US dollar gains as a corrective pullback - markets came to significant technical levelsYesterday, global stock markets continued to trade under pressure. However, amid saturated news background, markets were able to win back some of their losses, and recovered from daily lows. British Prime-minister clarification of GB’s Brexit position contributed a lot to this pullback. US markets also declined yesterday.
Brexit, Hard or Soft, Theresa May...? Here’s what you need to knowFinally here. Yes… It has been a loooong wait but UK Prime Minister Theresa May will finally explain this afternoon her position regarding the Brexit negotiation process.
The day is filled with officials speechesYesterday, European stock markets sharply corrected in fear of “hard” Brexit and renewed official rhetoric about it. Today, most European stock markets continue to decline, in anticipation of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech, during which investors hope to hear details of the UK position on Brexit. Fears that Britain is moving towards "hard Brexit" strengthened, followed by pound dropping to the lowest level against the US dollar over the past three decades. US indices futures traded in the red today losing half of percent.
News-rich and interesting week aheadOn Monday, US markets are closed; America celebrates the birthday of Martin L. King. and, therefore, the trading activity in most markets will be reduced.
Acceleration of rate hikes still in Fed plansToday, European markets are trading in the green, led by automakers and bank sectors. European banks are back under demand as investors expect promising financial results from some US major financial companies.
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