Weekly reviews

The Fed's soft tone of statements limits investors' interest in the dollar, providing an opportunity for its main competitors to grow.

The market remains optimistic about the prospects for the development of the world economy.

The ECB continues to adhere to a more conservative plan and is not in a hurry with changes in monetary policy.

The soft tone of the Fed's statements and strong macroeconomic statistics from the United States in China stimulated an increase in risk sentiment in financial markets.

Fed chief Jerome Powell sent a clear signal to the market that the regulator does not intend to discuss tightening monetary policy in the foreseeable future.

The third wave of a pandemic of COVID-19 in Europe became surprise for many bidders.

The market is still betting on the growth of inflation and earlier withdrawal of the stimulating policy by the FRS.

All market attention is still focused on changes in the yield of US government bonds.

Major stock indexes continue to decline amid rising US bond yields.

The situation on the financial markets remains very volatile.