Trump Comments Again Hit the MarketsJul 20, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
Asian markets are set to start the day on the back foot after the US session saw the major equity indices finish up in the red. Currencies saw some whipsaw volatility as President Trump turned his attention to his own central bank commenting that he wasn’t thrilled with the Fed raising rates.
Markets Steady As Trade Fears RecedeJul 10, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
We saw another strong day for global equities and risk trades yesterday as once again the market read ‘no news’ as good news on the trade tensions front.
Asian Markets Set to Open on the Back FootJun 8, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
Asian stock markets are set to open on the back foot today as uncertainly ahead of the weekend’s G7 meeting led to a downturn in risk appetite throughout the US session where the treasuries rallied and stocks pulled back after a couple of strong days.
Equities and Risk Drive Higher As Trade Hopes ImproveJun 7, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
We saw a decent appreciation in global stock indices and risk sentiment in general over the course of yesterday’s trading as fears of a global trade war receded in the now familiar see-saw of opinion on how far the US will push protectionist policies onto it’s trading partners.
Markets Mixed – Dollar Marches OnMay 2, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
The dollar continued to march higher yesterday as some mixed results from fundamental data and Geo Political concerns failed to impact the recent trend.