This week’s economic data will feature monthly employment data from the US and the Eurozone, showing how recovery from the pandemic crisis evolves in two main global economic zones. Also, there will be some second-quarter growth figures worth watching closely....
Two major events in this US this week steals the show on the market agenda: Held online due to the coronavirus pandemic, the annual Jackson Hole meeting of central bankers, and the four-day Republican national convention where President Donald Trump...
Over the course of the week ahead, an economic calendar filled with PMI and CPI data, updates from central banks, British trade negotiations, tensions in the Washington-Beijing line and the US Democratic Party National Convention stand out. Fed minutes Minutes from...
Markets enter the new week as the US President Donald Trump extended unemployment payments and suspended income tax till the end of the year. US stimulus talks Trump’s steps immediately drew fire from the Democrats who failed to reach an agreement...
Markets enter the new week again under the shadow of the Covid19 pandemic and the Sino-US tensions. Sino-US tensions US President Donald Trump signaled that he was ready to ban popular Chinese social media software TikTok and WeChat at any time,...
Markets enter a busy week in terms of data filled with GDP figures from around the world and geopolitical developments. Fed rates The most important event for the market this week will be the US Central Bank Federal Reserve’s July monetary...
Pompeo in the UK Increasing geopolitical and commercial tensions between the US and the People’s Republic of China are also shifting to the east coast of the Atlantic. The UK’s Conservative Boris Johnson government joined the US in banning the Chinese...
The new week begins in the shadow of rising coronavirus figures in some parts of the world, including the US and Australia. Meanwhile, a busy week is ahead for central banks in Europe, Japan, and Canada. The US stocks will focus...
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...

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