Daily Forex Market Reviews - Page 77

Yesterday, the Fed reduced its program of buying U.S. government bonds by $ 10 billion

Yesterday, the Fed reduced its program of buying U.S. government bonds by $ 10 billion to $ 65 billion per month. The interest rates have not changed. The next Fed meeting will be held on March 18-19...

Indices Losing Ground

Yesterday the world

The U.S. Dollar index is slightly corrected down in the morning after raising rates in Turkey

On Tuesday, the Dollar index (USDIDX) rose on anticipations of reductions in the program of the U.S. Treasury bonds buying by $ 10 billion to $ 65 billion per month...

Why Should Anyone Trade with Hotforex
Why Should Anyone Trade with Hotforex

HotForex is continuously establishing its position as a market leader and offers great trading conditions and competitive advantages to its clients which include – but are not limited to: tight spreads from as low as 0.1, flexible leverage options, top fund security measures, multiple account types, free educational resources, access to daily market analysis and many more!

Market participants are awaiting the results of tomorrow Fed meeting

The major currency pairs on Monday hardly changed. Market participants are waiting for the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting results on Wednesday...

Last week we observed a strong weakening of emerging markets currencies

Last week we observed a strong weakening of emerging markets currencies. The largest decline was the Argentine peso, which has fallen by almost 18%. We can remark two factors that influence emerging markets...

The PMIs for EZ and Germany turned out much better than expected

The Euro (EURUSD) and the Swiss franc (USDCHF) strengthened yesterday vs. the U.S. Dollar by more than 1%. The PMI


The UK Unemployment Rate Dropped to Almost 5-years Low

On Wednesday the US dollar increased vs. the Canadian dollar and the yen amid finished meetings of the Bank of Canada and Japan...

Jan. 23: market news

Asian markets fell on Thursday on disappointing Chinese data. China flash HSBC Manufacturing PMI fell from 50.5 to 49.6. MSCI broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan also lost 1.1%...

Jan. 21: market news

Asian markets sprang higher on Tuesday as the People's Bank of China (PBOC) announced a surprise injection of funds on Monday aimed at curbing a recent spike in rates...

Open a free demo account today and try Forex trading with FIBO Group at no risk to you
Open a free demo account today and try Forex trading with FIBO Group at no risk to you

For over 20 years, FIBO Group has been creating better working conditions for traders. These include 260 trading instruments, spreads starting at 0 pips, high execution speeds of 0.03 seconds or better, trading accounts in USD, EUR, RUB, CHF, GBP, BTC, ETH, gold, and cent accounts. Depositing and withdrawing your funds is fast and convenient. Experienced consultants are here to answer all of your questions. We have long-term statistics for testing any trading strategies. We provide all versions of the MT4 and MT5 trading platforms for the web, Android, and iOS.

Last Friday world financial markets closed without a common trend

Last Friday world financial markets closed without a common trend. In Europe, the British FTSE 100 gained 0.2 percent up to 6,829.30 points, the German DAX 30 grew 0.26 percent up to 9,742.96 points, and the French CAC 40 advanced 0.19 percent up to 4,327.50 points...

The US dollar Continued to Fall

On Monday the US dollar was traded with fall Vs the most major currencies after the release of weak Non-Farm Payrolls, but rose Vs the pound, and almost didn

EUR/USD is at a standstill so far. Brent Crude Oil went down by $0.50

Yesterday the world’s financial markets closed mixed. As such, in Europe, the British FTSE 100 grew 0.26 percent up to 6,757.15 points, the German DAX 30 gained 0.39 percent going up to 9,510.17 points, and the French CAC 40 advanced 0.30 percent up to 4,263.27 points...


In Expectation of US Jobless Data

Yesterday world financial markets finished mixed. Namely in Europe, the British FTSE 100 fell 0.45 percent down to 6,691.34 points, the German DAX 30 slumped 0.80 percent down to 9,421.61 points...

First Friday of New Year

On the first Friday of the new calendar year, the worlds financial markets closed mixed. Players didnt manage to decide on a trend due to ambiguous statements by US Federal Reserve members that were published last Friday...

Canadian Economic Growth Rate Exceeded the Expectations

This Monday the US dollar was traded with slight decrease Vs most major currencies amid weak US macro statistic data. The data of consumer confidence and personal income appeared to be worse than expected...

Learn How to Trade Forex
Learn How to Trade Forex

Get FXCM New to Forex Trading Guide when you sign-up for a FREE $50k practice account. The guide will explain what the forex market is and why to trade it, as well as the numerous advantages it offers and how it differs from traditional markets. The guide will also help you learn the simple steps and skills you need to make your first trade and become a forex trader. Get started and sign up today!
*Risks regarding foreign exchange trading

Euro-Zone Manufacturing PMI Reached 31-Month High

The US dollar fell slightly on Monday Vs the euro and the yen and almost did not change Vs the pound and commodity currencies amid contradictory statistics...

Dec. 17: market news

Asian stock markets went higher on the back of rising US manufacturing output and a jump in euro zone business activity...

In Expectation of FOMC Meeting

Last Friday world financial markets closed in the red zone again. As such, in Europe the British FTSE 100 fell 0.08 percent down to 6,439.96 points...


Dec. 16: market news

AUD and NZD dipped early in the Asian trade as HSBC China manufacturing PMI fell to a 3-month low of 50.5 in December (expected 51.0, November reading revised up to 50.8)...

Slump on Stock Markets, Euro Rising

Yesterday the world’s stock markets finished in the red zone. As such, Britains FTSE 100 closed with a 0.24% drop down to 6,507.72 points...

The Euro Has Been Growing for 6 Days in a Row

The US dollar was traded downwards on Tuesday Vs most major currencies before the FOMC meeting next week where a decision on QE tapering may be made but anyway it will be probably small, which is unlikely to support the dollar...


Upbeat Mood on Markets

At the beginning of the new trading week, financial markets closed predominantly in the green zone due to Friday positive data for the US jobless rate. In November 2013, the unemployment rate was 7 percent whereas analysts had expected 7.2 percent...

The Main Events of the Week. December 09, 2013

The US dollar rose considerably on Friday Vs the yen; it fell Vs the euro, Australian dollar and New Zealand dollar; it almost didn

Dec. 9: market news

Asian stock markets strengthened on Monday, supported by a combination of an upbeat China trade balance, firm US last week


The UK Construction PMI Grew to its High for More than 6 Years

The US dollar was traded downwards on Tuesday Vs most major currencies amid no significant macrostatistics in the USA. The pound strengthened on the back of the UK Construction PMI growth to its high since August, 2007...

Markets Are Waiting for Ben Bernanke

Last Friday world financial markets closed mixed. European stock indices finished as follows the British FTSE 100 shed 0.06 percent down to 6,650.57 points, the German DAX 30 grew 0.19 percent up to 9,405.30 points while the French CAC 40 fell 0.17 percent down to 4,295.21 points...

A Little Growth

On Thursday world stock markets finished on the rise. In Europe, trading resulted in the following the British FTSE 100 gained 0.08 percent going up to 6,654.47 points...


The Dollar Fell amid the U.S. Weak Consumer Confidence

The dollar dropped on Tuesday against most major currencies after weak consumer confidence data which continued falling in November after a sharp decline in October connected with the government shutdown...

Nov. 27: market news

EUR/USD closed yesterday above resistance at $1.3560 and rose to $1.3600 today. Euro rose to the highest level this month as Asian stocks erased losses and lawmakers in Germany...

On Tuesday the world’s financial markets finished mainly in the red zone

On Tuesday the world’s financial markets finished mainly in the red zone. As such, in Europe the British FTSE 100 fell 0.87 percent down to 6,636.22 points, the German DAX 30 shed 0.11 percent down to 9,290.07 points, and the French CAC 40 dropped 0.57 percent reaching 4,277.57 points...


  


Share it on:   or