Weekly Market Watch

Released 27 October 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Reversed direction, losing ground last week as asset flows favoured the Greenback over the Euro and with both economies reporting mixed economic numbers. The week began with the... read more

Released 20 October 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s gains last week as traders pushed back their estimates on the Fed’s first interest rate hike and with both economies reporting mixed economic data. T... read more

Released 13 October 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Reversed direction rising sharply last week, as the FOMC Meeting Minutes reiterated the Fed’s dovish outlook and with little economic data out of the Eurozone. The week began wit... read more

Released 06 October 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Jay Goodman
EUR/USD continued selling off last week after the ECB left rates unchanged and as U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls beat expectations signalling continued improvement in the U.S. economy. Th... read more

Released 29 September 2014 - Daily Commentary

By Michael Judge
Extended its losses last week, trading at a level not seen since November of 2012. The rate was pressured by expectations of tightening by the Federal Reserve, the beginning of ... read more

Released 22 September 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Jay Goodman
Resumed its decline last week as the Fed cut asset purchases and delivered a mildly hawkish statement and the ECB had its first Targeted LTRO. The week began on a soft note, wit... read more

Released 15 September 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Gained a fraction last week as the Euro consolidated its previous week’s losses and after mostly better than expected economic data out of both economies. The week began with the... read more

Released 08 September 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Declined sharply last week as the ECB unexpectedly lowered interest rates and after lower than expected employment data out of the United States. The week began with the rate con... read more

Released 01 September 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Jay Goodman
EUR/USD extended its losses last week as asset flows favoured the Greenback over the Euro and with both economies reporting mixed numbers. The week began with the pair consolida... read more

Released 25 August 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Continued selling off last week as the FOMC Meeting Minutes revealed members discussed an exit strategy for stimulus measures, and Fed Chair Janet Yellen inaugurated the Jackson ... read more

Released 18 August 2014 - Weely Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Lost another fraction last week after geopolitical tensions and asset flows kept the rate in check and as both economies reported mostly lower than expected economic numbers. Th... read more

Released 11 August 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Lost fractionally last week as the ECB left rates unchanged and with mostly better than expected economic numbers out of the United States. The week began with the pair consolida... read more

Released 04 August 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
EUR/USD showed little change last week as the Eurozone dealt with the Portuguese banking crisis and as the FOMC indicated it was in no hurry to raise interest rates. The week b... read more

Released 28 July 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s losses last week, as both economies reported mixed economic numbers with asset flows favouring the Greenback over the Euro. The week began on a soft ... read more

Released 21 July 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
EUR/USD lost ground last week as the Greenback strengthened on geopolitical concerns over the situation in the Ukraine and with mostly weaker than expected numbers out of the E... read more

Released 14 July 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
EUR/USD gained fractionally last week, despite worries about a major Portuguese lender and after the FOMC Meeting Minutes reiterated the Fed’s loose monetary policy. The week be... read more

Released 07 July 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Reversed direction, trading lower last week as the ECB left rates unchanged and the United States reported a better than expected Non-Farm Payrolls number. The week began with th... read more

Released 30 June 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
EUR/USD extended its previous week’s gains last week as both economies reported mixed economic data with a significantly lower than expected reading for U.S. Final Quarterly GDP... read more

Released 23 June 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
The upcoming U.S. economic calendar is a bit less active than last week, featuring CB Consumer Confidence data on Tuesday. Monday starts the week’s highlights off with Flash Manufacturing PMI (56.1) ... read more

Released 16 June 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Lost ground last week as the rate continued reacting to last week’s ECB cut and with mostly lower than expected economic numbers out of the United States. The week began with the... read more

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