About Kenny Fisher
Kenny started his career in forex working in the sales and marketing department at a major forex broker and has worked as a market analyst for 12 years. With a legal editing background, Kenny has combined his writing skills and finance expertise to produce top-quality articles. Kenny covers a wide range of topics, including global stock markets, commodities and currencies, with focus on fundamental and macro-economic analysis. Kenny’s articles have been carried by Oanda, Investing.com, Seeking Alpha and FXStreet. Kenny holds a Bachelor of Law from Ogoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Canada.
Latest 10 Articles
New Zealand’s central bank has kept interest rates unchanged for a fourth straight time, maintaining the cash rate 5.5%. The hawkish tone of the meeting sent the New Zealand dollar sharply higher and equity markets significantly lower.
- United States Federal Reserve Minutes: Fed Will Proceed with Caution
- 11/22/2023 10:54
The Federal Reserve released late Tuesday the minutes of the Oct. 31-Nov. 1 Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting.
The US consumer price index (CPI) climbed 3.2% year-on-year in October, down from 3.7% in September and below the market estimate of 3.3%.
The Australian Dollar against the US Dollar has declined 0.99% and is currently trading at 0.6425.
- United States Federal Reserve Holds Interest Rates at 5.5%, States US Economy is ‘Strong’
- 11/02/2023 12:00
In its 1st November meeting, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) approved a pause in rate hikes, which kept the benchmark interest rate at 5.5%.
- ECB Holds Rates Steady
- 10/26/2023 15:14
The European Central Bank’s deposit rate remains at a record high of 4.0%, with the main refinancing interest rate set at 4.5%.
- UK Inflation Unchanged at 6.7%, Core Inflation Eases to 6.1%
- 10/18/2023 13:39
The UK consumer price index (CPI) remained steady at 6.7% year-on-year in September, above the market estimate of 6.6%.
The September US inflation report showed that the battle to push inflation lower will be long and difficult.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has left its cash rate unchanged at 4.10% following the latest meeting of the Bank’s Board, marking a fourth straight pause.
- United States GDP Expanded by 2.1% in Second Quarter, Unemployment Claims Rise Slightly
- 09/28/2023 16:11
The final estimate GDP is based on more complete data than was available for the second estimate which was released in August.