By Craig Erlam Inflation in the eurozone fell below 3% in October, with energy and food prices helping to push the headline number even lower than expected. While this is undoubtedly good
By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Market Analyst at FXTM Asian shares staged a rebound on Thursday following the broadly positive cues from Wall Street overnight as plunging oil prices and weak US jobs
By Craig Erlam It’s been a wild couple of days in financial markets from a potential FX intervention to interest rate decisions and vast amounts of economic data, not to mention a
By Craig Erlam A relatively quiet start to the week from an economic data perspective, but we saw some decent moves in the markets, particularly in the Japanese yen. The yen jumped
By Edward Moya US stocks ended the week lower lower as Wall Street gets anxious over what the Jackson Hole Symposium on August 24-26 might do to soft landing hopes. Just look
By Naeem Aslam The Bank of Japan has stolen the thunder with its monetary policy move, and it has done what it does best, which is create a massive knee-jerk reaction in
By Craig Erlam Stock markets turned red again on Friday after spending the earlier part of the week in recovery mode, with yields around the world once again on the rise. The
By Craig Erlam Another UK Prime Minister has resigned and I’ve now lost count of how many Chancellors we’re going to be up to if Jeremy Hunt is also replaced next week.
By Craig Erlam Asian stocks were flashing green on the second day of trading, while Europe opened in a similarly positive manner as sentiment continues to improve, albeit from very low levels.
By Craig Erlam Another turbulent start to the week, albeit a positive one broadly speaking, with equity markets around 1% higher in Europe after a decent start to the week in Asia.