Trade tensions have broadly supported gold this year so a trade calm should be expected to lessen that support.
The S&P500 finished a bit higher on Wednesday as investors sifted through a mixed batch of earnings reports; heavyweights Caterpillar Inc. and Apple Inc. rallying helped boost gains.
The U.S. equities markets traded well through the New York morning session but fell well off the pace in the afternoon as Brexit headlines weighed.
The US Presidential candidates are making their final pitch to voters – but what will their respective policies mean for global currency markets?
Another busy day in the markets with a plethora of earnings-related dislocations dusted with a little bit of macro noise (PMI's, Pence speech), all of which is creating a bit of choppiness and keeping everybody's eyes peeled.
Investors revel in the glow of vaccine green lights as multiple candidates come through the Covid-19 tunnel.
Asia wakes to a double dose of trouble as White House and Fed squabbles fuse with California re-lockdowns.
As we emerge from this winter of despair, the hope of spring should prove eternal – especially for oil.
It’s hugely important that this week's financial data, at a minimum, meets expectations to maintain this ship on an even keel
Market shifts from tantrum to tolerance as investors grow increasingly comfortable with growth driving up yields.