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Forex Fundamental Analysis
Forex Fundamental Analysis
As September ended and brought with it a close to the third quarter of 2015, eyes were following the latest revision to the UK’s Q2 performance.
Last week was another positive affair for the world’s major markets with all making ground ground. It marked the end of September and with it Q3 which I’ll summarise next week.
The currency markets have felt the sting of geopolitical tension in 2017. As soon as Donald Trump placed his hand on the Bible and officially became the 45th President of the United States on 20 January, temperatures began to rise.
A Brexidous – movement of the bankers (with apologies to the late Bob Marley) is beginning to gather pace as banks based in the UK take steps to ensure the future of their EU trading activities after Brexit.
The trouble with having a billionaire business man in the White House is that it becomes next to impossible to view his tax policies other than through the lens of how he stands to gain from them.
The presentation by Theresa May in Florence last week was said to be delaying the start of the fourth round of Brexit negotiations
Germany went to the polls on Sunday in a general election which saw Angela Merkel returned to power as Germany’s Chancellor for a fourth consecutive term.
Last week was another positive affair for the world’s major markets with only the Nasdaq losing ground.
The UK Prime Minister is to give what is being billed as a major speech on her vision of the EU-UK relationship going forward today in the Italian city of Florence.
Quantitative Easing is the economic equivalent of a tactical nuclear strike – if all goes well, then the conflict is quickly brought to a close; if not Armageddon beckons.
In a week that has seen the re-ignition of a political row over the claim that leaving the EU will allow the UK to spend up to £350 million a week on British priorities
The German people will go to the polls in a general election on Sunday 24th September.
Last week was a positive affair for the world’s major markets with only the FTSE losing ground. In Europe over the course of the week, the FTSE was down on last week’s close by 2.2% at 7215.5.
There had been considerable speculation that an increase in the UK CPI inflation level for August to 2.9% might be enough to cause the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England
Geopolitical factors clearly influence economies and with them, individual currencies fluctuate.