Markets gripped by US debt ceiling talks

By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM Asian markets gave up earlier gains on Tuesday as investors adopted a cautious stance after US debt ceiling negotiations ended “productive talks” without a


More tail chasing in the markets

By Jeffrey Halley        Wall Street did another U-turn overnight, finishing lower as the dearth of tier-1 data and the pre-FOMC media blackout left the FOMO gnomes chasing their tails once again. Wall


Bear market rally back on?

By Jeffrey Halley       Last Friday’s Wall Street price action was enough to spark risk sentiment rallies on forex markets, led by the usual suspects, the Euro and the Australian Dollar, although not


Lost that lovin’ feeling

By Moody’s Analytics U.S. recessions are ultimately a loss of faith: consumers lose faith that they will have a job and pull back on their spending, and businesses lose faith that there


Gone in 60 seconds

By Jeffrey Halley   ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ was a 2000 movie with Nicholas Cage stealing 50 high-end cars in three days. It is actually a remake of my favourite 1974 version, where

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