The following are the most recent pieces of Forex fundamental analysis from around the world. The Forex fundamental analysis below covers the various currencies on the market and the most recent events, announcements, and global developments that affect the Forex market.
Forex Fundamental Analysis
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Unemployment in the Eurozone has declined from a peak of 12.1% (April 2013) to stand at 9.5% currently, its best level in almost 8 years (May 2009).
Last week was the final trading session for March and Q1 (which I’ll review next week). It was a mixed affair for the world’s major markets.
Passporting is a system whereby a business based in one EU country can trade across the whole bloc as if it had an office in every member state (i.e. as if it were “home” based).
The UK formally informed the European Union of its intention to withdraw from the bloc by the transmission of a letter from the UK government to Donald Tusk.
The Eurozone consists of 19 states, all using the Euro. The benefits of the Euro to citizens travelling between states for business or pleasure are immediately evident.
As a businessman Trump claims to “live for the deal” and has projected a deal-closing persona that resonated with enough of the electorate to get him into the White House.
Last week was a negative affair for the world’s major markets with all major markets slipping over the previous week’s close.
Part of President Trump’s election campaign involved a pledge to repeal the Affordable Care Act, known popularly as “Obamacare”.
In the aftermath of the UK’s referendum vote which returned an unanticipated leave vote, the Bank of England acted to shore up sterling and confidence in the UK economy.
Last week was a broadly positive affair for the world’s major markets with only the Nikkei slipping over the previous week’s close.
As widely predicted, Janet Yellen announced that the Federal Reserve was raising its main interest rate by a further 0.25% increment.
Huge sighs of relief are being breathed at the European Commission and in establishment quarters in Germany and France at the outcome of the Dutch election which was held yesterday.
Dutch voters go to the polls today with Geert Wilders’ Freedom Party running on an openly anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant and anti-EU platform.
A bill to grant the government authority to issue notice to the EU of the UK’s intention to leave the bloc under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon gained final approval in parliament yesterday.
Last week was a downbeat affair for the world’s major markets with only the Nikkei making gains over the previous week’s close.