News Feed

The new Savings Bond is expected to attract lots of attention in times of global uncertainty Full Article

5 M

Yesterday we saw a surge in the US 2-year treasury yields, which topped 5% for the first time since 2007, keeping the USD well bid Full Article

7 M

Different sectors of the Eurozone economy have fallen into contraction, but the GDP is still showing expansion at the moment Full Article

10 M

Yesterday risk assets turned bullish as market sentiment improved on the stabilization of bond yields Full Article

11 M

GBP/USD is resuming the bearish trend, as UK bond yields turn bullish again Full Article

12 M

GBP/USD has made some decent gains as the BOE keeps buying government bonds, but it is now facing the 20 daily SMA Full Article

12 M

GBP/USD has reversed almost all losses from the latest crash, but the UK government is lowering spending, which will bring recession Full Article

12 M

UK gilt yields reversed lower yesterday after surging for two months as the BOE intervened, but can they keep it under control Full Article

12 M

Yesterday we saw a major retreat in the USD after a really strong rally in the last two weeks, but let's see if that will continue today Full Article

12 M

The global economy has slowed as central banks raise rates and might fall into a recession as governments curb spending Full Article

12 M

US inflation cooled off a little in July as last week's reports showed, but the USD has turned bullish again after a small retreat Full Article

1 year

The US dollar continues to trade somewhat weak into Tuesday despite an uptick in US Treasury yields while the Japanese yen is making gains Full Article

2 years

The US dollar is trading mostly rangebound but displaying signs of weakness amid thin liquidity in the global forex market towards the end Full Article

2 years

The US dollar is trading cautious after experiencing a bit of a downslide during the previous session over worries of a possible breakdown Full Article

2 years