With a virus-ravaged USA, traders look for USD alternatives; China at the heart of surging commodity prices; A slow drip of bad news that markets can’t ignore
Evidence suggests we’re past the trough for oil with supply and demand rebalancing, but near-term headwinds remain mired in muddy short-term fundamentals.
EU recovery fund in focus ahead of this week’s summit, with central banks’ monetary policy announcements and June retail sales figures also in the limelight.
The rally in equities showed no signs of abating while safe haven currencies, with the exception of Gold edged lower. How does that affect your trades?
As uncertainty grows around the economic recovery front, the more cause for investors looking to book profits
Oil gives up this week's hard-earned gains – and then some; Economic reopening enthusiasm takes a turn for the worse; Oil bulls remain a jumble of nerves.
Raging virus case counts continue to present significant market concerns; Cause for a correction in gold; Even best-laid plans can go awry (especially in FX).
Strength in equities despite no dominant narrative driving sentiment; Trading ranges narrow as exchange volumes dwindle; Alarm bells ring out from the FRB.
Strong hints that oil product recovery continues to be led by gasoline, but not all is good under the hood.