Risk warning: Trading is risky. Your capital is at risk. Exinity Limited is regulated by FSC (Mauritius).
Risk warning: Trading is risky. Your capital is at risk. Exinity Limited is regulated by FSC (Mauritius).

The week in 60 seconds | FXTM | 18/02/2019

It will be another busy trading week for markets with trade developments, Brexit and economic reports from major economies in focus. Will the United States and China secure a trade deal?. Will Theresa May be able to persuade Brussels to make changes on the Brexit deal?. • Investors are keeping a close eye on US-China trade talks in Washington • Theresa May flies to Brussels for Brexit talks • Will Gold shine this week? For more Market Analysis read the latest @ http://fxtm.co/marketupdate-yt

Recently Uploaded

Latest Market Research Articles

Risk-off mood hovers over Asian markets as investors pare trade deal optimism
Han Tan

21 November @ 06:38

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Risk-off mood hovers over Asian markets as investors pare trade deal optimism
Risk-off mode continues to cast a cloud over Asian assets, as media reports pour cold water on hopes that a US-China trade deal can be sealed by the end of the year. Asian stocks are retreating, while the Japanese Yen is the only Asian currency that’s gaining against the US Dollar at the time of... Read full post
Asian equities retreat as US-China reconciliation appears to stutter
Han Tan

20 November @ 04:33

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Asian equities retreat as US-China reconciliation appears to stutter
Asian stocks are painting a sea of red, as investors grow skeptical that the US and China can exhibit enough will to sign a limited trade deal by next month. Most Asian currencies are now also weaker against the US Dollar, while safe havens such as Gold and the Japanese Yen are advancing.... Read full post
Pound offers lukewarm response to Johnson-Corbyn debate
Han Tan

20 November @ 00:33

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Pound offers lukewarm response to Johnson-Corbyn debate
GBPUSD offered a tepid immediate response to the first televised debate of the current UK election campaign. The historic exchange between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn offered scarce fresh insights, with the snap poll following the debate suggesting that there was no clear winner... Read full post
Scroll Top