World markets enter the new week under pressure from China-US geopolitical-commercial tensions and the mounting at record high numbers of Covid19 cases in the US south. Brexit trade talks After several weeks of online negotiations, the UK and European Union diplomats...
Markets enter a rather busy week in terms of geopolitical developments and economic data. A flared-up US-China trade war will continue to affect the market as the two sides continue to engage in accusations and a war of words. Consumer...
The trading week begins with a meeting of high-level American and Russian officials gathering in the Austrian capital of Vienna on Monday to start fresh nuclear weapons control negotiations. US-Russia nuclear talks The treaty to reduce nuclear weapons, from the last...
The leaders of the United Kingdom and European Union launch their trade talks s on Monday. Post-Brexit trade UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will talk to the President of the Council of Europe Charles Michel, President of the European Commission Ursula...
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and its allies which came together via a videoconference after a long uncertainty, agreed to extend the production cut policy of 9.7 million BPD for at least one more month beyond June. Oil According...
Many countries around the world continue to gradually open up their economies as they lift restrictions imposed due to the Covid19 pandemic. Diplomatic and commercial tensions between Washington and Beijing will be another hot issue to be followed due to...
Worldwide Coronavirus Toll of May 18, 2020; Number of Cases: 5,370,893 Deaths: 343,617 Mortality Rate: 6.4% Source: John Hopkins University Due to Eid al-Fitr in Muslim-majority countries, the Bank Holiday in the United Kingdom and the Memorial Day in the United States this week...
Worldwide Coronavirus Toll of May 4, 2020; Number of Cases: 3,505,761 Deaths: 247,431 Mortality Rate: 7% Source: John Hopkins University The week ahead might witness an increase in tensions between the US and China over the source of the coronavirus pandemic. The flare in rhetoric...
Worldwide Coronavirus Toll of April 27, 2020; Number of Cases: 2,962,915 Deaths: 205,936 Mortality Rate: 7% Source: John Hopkins University Governments are increasing their efforts to alleviate the socio-economic lockdown measures they have put in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic, as the...
Coronavirus Toll of March 15 2020*; Number of Cases Worldwide: 167,101 Deaths: 6,473 Mortality Rate 3.9% US Federal Reserve Slashed its Benchmark Interest Rate to ZERO. The Fed lowered its rates by 100 basis points to a range of 0.0–0.25% with another extraordinarily rare...

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