The US Presidential candidates are making their final pitch to voters – but what will their respective policies mean for global currency markets?
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.
Currency markets breathe easier and oil prices are lifting higher, but stocks are weaker and US yields worries linger.
Hopeful signs on the stimulus front, but trouble in the Pfizer vaccine supply chain; OPEC makes a deal, but has the rift widened? FX pares risk ahead of NFP.
Stimulus and the Popeye effect; ECB gets ready to meet amid ongoing Brexit headline bluster; Oil is soggy after API inventory data printed another build.
Brexit discussions end with a can-kicking event; Markets get vaccinated as vaccines are getting distributed in the US; Oil’s future looking brighter.
An exceptionally rough day for the oil sector – and broader markets in general – as the lockdown lambaste wholly flipped the reflationary narrative.
EU mobility restrictions and pre-election dyspepsia are making life mighty uncomfortable for investors these days.