The new start of financial markets

September 21, 2016

It's already 2 weeks of underestimated liquidity in the financial markets. Went the second week of understated liquidity in the financial markets, most of the assets of the financial market are no longer vary in price. The reason for this is the planned press-conference of the Committee (FOMC) and the speech of Janet Yellen on Wednesday. This event is the initial point for the majority of speculative strategies on the financial markets.

The world economy depends on the monetary system of America. In case of the key overnight interest rate raises, the events start to develop rapidly. All assets tied to the U.S. dollar, will attract the attention of great speculators, thus creating the next Rally, which in turn can escalate into something worse. So, with the negative outcome of a meeting of oilmen in Algeria, oil will fall in value and there is a possibility of reoccurrence of the previous crises' events.

On Wednesday will be held one of the most expected events of September. The fed will announce major interest rates. Still remains intriguing, although more than 85% of the experts surveyed believe that the regulator will not venture to raise rates at the meeting on September 21. However, there is a conviction that the fed may raise rates four times this year. This may happen because of a mixed macroeconomic statistics of the USA in recent times.

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