Sell, Sell short, Buy Gold, take it and go . . So-called Brexit concerns already have significantly impact on the financial markets, but more could be in store if the fears become reality and the U.K. votes to exit the European Union. One of the biggest beneficiaries of disquiet that Briton’s could … More Brexit is near.., Should they stay, or should they go ..
-“Everyone’s scared, “There are too many events coming up for investors to take a plunge.” that was the last sentences coming from a strategist at Toyo Securities Co. in Tokyo headquarter. Which we all will confirm the logic in it. Markets could be skittish in the week ahead as the Federal Reserve meets and investors increasingly … More Nervousness after all time high ..
At a time when risky assets including stocks, commodities, junk bonds and emerging-market currencies are rallying to multi-month highs, so are the havens, from gold, government bonds to the Swiss franc and the Japanese yen.No matter that the U.S. labor market is deteriorating and the World Bank has just cut its estimates for … More Euphoric market’s , everything’s a buy . .
After the rally in March and April, things are still looking a little bit uncertain,economy is facing downward pressure and gross domestic product data due Friday will reflect challenges. European and Asian equities fell with U.S. stock index futures, weighed down by weakening corporate earnings and subdued economic data. Crude oil retreated from a six-month … More Outlook, before Friday opening bell
As Mario Draghi prepares to ramp up debt purchases starting Friday in his biggest assault against euro-area deflation risks, he’s about to get another sense of the magnitude of the challenge. Consumer prices in the currency zone probably fell for a second month in March and the unemployment rate remained in double digits in … More European Union : Inflation below zero
Prime Minister David Cameron attacked the U.K. Independence Party for seeking to use Tuesday’s terrorist attacks in Brussels to make the case for Britain to leave the European Union. UKIP’s defense spokesman, Mike Hookem, issued a statement saying the “horrific act of terrorism” showed that EU free-movement rules and “lax border controls” are “a … More Voting for Exit..?! – Next step “Brexit”.
When it comes to fiscal discipline in the European Union, three is the magic number. That’s a deficit limit of 3 percent of GDP, and five EU states will make the budgetary bad books this year by breaching that level, according to economists. These five — the U.K., France, Spain, Greece, and Croatia — include three of Europe’s five … More European Union – ”Fiscal Discipline”
For the first time since the Asian and Russian crises rocked world financial markets in the late 1990s, U.S. monetary policy is as focused on the risks to global growth as it is on the domestic economy. Driving the resurgent internationalism inside the Federal Reserve is concern about how dollar strength — reinforced by aggressive … More Dovish outlook.., is the world economy “fragile place” ..?!
Financial markets are being swayed by divergent monetary policies in the world’s leading economies. Fed funds futures show the odds of a U.S. rate increase by the end of June have shot up to 54 percent from about 6 percent in the past month as data indicated growth is strengthening in the nation. China … More Investor’s: Are we waiting for something..?!
Investors are gaining confidence that March’s rally in equities and credit markets has further to run. The Stoxx Europe Index and the MSCI Asia Pacific Index were on course for the highest closes in two months. Shares in Egypt extended the longest rally since December after the country’s central bank devalued its currency, and the thawing … More Central bank’s lift credit,bonds