Category Archives: Analytics

June 1-5, 2020. Summer starts with a flat


The last week of spring is characterized by long-term trends. The US dollar lost a little position, which contributed to the strong growth of major world currencies. As a result, their quotes came close to important support / resistance levels. Usually after this, corrective movements begin. However, the extreme value of currencies coincides with an… Read More »

May 18-22, 2020. Will we bomb the economy or not?


Next week there will be several speeches by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, to which the FOMC protocols will be added. It is likely that the positive mood of the head of the Fed may help strengthen the US dollar. In this case, the rest of the currency is waiting for a downtrend. Trends in Asian… Read More »

May 11-15, 2020. The beginning of the recession of the world economy


Recent speeches by the heads of the Central Banks of developed countries and a number of international economists prophesy a general recession of the world economy at the end of the second quarter of this year. Oil provided some protection against news negativity, but this driver may exhaust itself at the beginning of the new… Read More »

May 4-8, 2020. Uncertainty with China’s Economy


The press expresses suspicions and doubts about the rapid recovery of the Chinese economy. Hints about manipulating statistics figures are increasingly heard. If the fears are not confirmed, then the positive trend of Asian currencies will resume. The first week of May is a traditional long weekend in Japan, Singapore and the UK. The month… Read More »

April 13 – 17, 2020. Hope for the best


The next week of April has a rich political agenda, especially regarding additional measures to support national economies. National governments and national central banks continue to expand the package of financial measures and incentives to support the securities market, business and citizens. Monetary and humanitarian actions are already having a positive effect on stock indices,… Read More »