ECB And Bundesbank May Clash

The European Central Bank and the Bundesbank may clash at some point in the future. One of the things we learned from the recent “lose-lose” fiasco in the Euro area was that we are already seeing signs of strains between the two. And now we have an important number of them. According to Reuters, the ECB is very hesitant to…

Read More

EUR/USD Susceptible to Dovish ECB Guidance amid German Court Ruling

The EUR/USD is susceptible to Dovish ECB Guidance amid German Court Ruling. Some believe that these actions by the Bundesbank have affected the EUR/USD price action. Here are my thoughts. The European Central Bank recently sent mixed signals with regard to the ability of its “quantitative easing” (QE) program to stimulate the real economy. One signal was the QE-1 program.…

Read More

Hedging meaning

With a little knowledge about forex hedging meaning and application, you should be able to do the necessary steps to successfully make a living. You should know a few things before you start though. It’s wise to spend some time on reading online or listening to informative interviews in order to be sure that you don’t get yourself into a…

Read More

Evening dress one of the most beautiful things in every woman’s wardrobe

Evening dress: one of the most beautiful things in every woman’s wardrobe. But how to choose an evening dress? If you have an hourglass figure, and body parameters are not ninety – sixty – ninety, then you should choose a dress A of a shaped silhouette that will accentuate your chest, a contrast belt will accentuate your waist and hide…

Read More

USD/BRL Volatility Surges on Moro Resignation

The USD/BRL volatility soared above nine to the dollar. This is surprising as the company has not actually cancelled its bond-trading platform, but rather chose to suspend operations until at least the end of this month. That doesn’t seem like a long enough time for the trade volume to cancel out the effects of the decision by Moro to leave.…

Read More

US Initial Jobless Claims Continue at Historic Levels, USD Gyrates

So far the United States has recorded a record-high number of jobless claims in September. Most recently we reported on how the claims had been surging as Americans continue to grapple with the largest numbers of people unemployed or underemployed in American history. In the same report we reported that more than three million additional jobs were lost in the…

Read More

Canadian Employment: 1010.7k Jobs lost in March in Line with Recent Theme

Of all the jobs lost in Canada in March, one of the most unusual was the job of white collar employment. The accounting and legal professions lost jobs at a far higher rate than manufacturing or transportation and warehousing. However, these three industries have fared much better over the past couple of years as both these sectors grew in size…

Read More

Oil Prices Plunge on Oil Demand Destruction, Will Trump Intervene?

Will Trump Overthrow Oil Prices Plunge On Demand Destruction, Will Trump Intervene? There is a new name being bandied about as an answer to the great unknown that is the oil and gas market. The discovery of massive shale oil reserves in the United States has prompted huge amounts of speculation that the United States will soon become the largest…

Read More

Silver Prices Rise as Coronavirus Money Printing Ramps Up

What is causing the silver prices to rise? It could be from the Coronavirus Money Printing. The Coronavirus has been known about for many years and has always caused havoc to the economy, but it is far worse now because it has spread globally, causing havoc in the banking sector, insurance companies, and financial institutions. We don’t know yet if…

Read More