The Week Ahead – 3rd April 2018Apr 3, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
Join our COO Nick Twidale as he looks at the week ahead in global markets.
Dollar Off as Volatility Hits the Markets Ahead of the FOMCMar 20, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
Volatility came back hard into the markets yesterday with several factors combining to add significant moves across the products. Positive news about a deal between the UK and EU helped the sterling
A Mixed Night for the Markets but Key Data AheadMar 13, 2018 - By RSA HQ
It was a mixed day yesterday across the financial markets as investors continued to digest the data out of the US on Friday with little in the way of fresh data being released. The Asian markets picked up where the US had left off on Friday night on a more positive note, but things tapered off as the day progressed and the US stock markets finished the day on the back foot.
Quiet Start to the Week Looks Set to ContinueFeb 20, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
As expected, the markets were very quiet during yesterday’s trading sessions as holidays in both China and the United States saw limited moves across the currencies. The dollar did manage to make a bit of further head way in line with Friday’s recovery but that petered off later in the day. The Dxy starting today’s Asian trading session around 89.20 with the UsdJpy probably the most consistent mover on the day grinding higher through the cloud from 106.15 to a high of 106.73.
Dollar on the Back Foot Again, Approaching Key LevelsFeb 16, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
It seems that we are back into the trading patterns that we had at the start of the year, equities are coming back nicely bid on a daily basis and the dollar keeps heading south. The DXY is currently trading around 88.60, just 20 points north of the year’s low at 88.44. Both Euro and Kiwi are back near yearly highs and the safe haven Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen have both high new fresh high levels in the last trading sessions.
Stock Markets Rocked Again, Another Tough Day AheadFeb 9, 2018 - By Nick Twidale
The Australasian market has walked into another sea of red in the equity markets this morning as the moves this earlier this week now appear to be the start of a reversal rather than a slight blip.