Weekly Market Watch

Released 23 March 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
gained sharply last week as New Zealand reported mixed economic numbers and the Greenback was pressured by a dovish FOMC Statement. The week began with the pair gaining ground on Monday after lower th... read more

Released 16 March 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Continued its sharp decline last week as the ECB started its government bond purchase program and the market continued pricing in anticipated guidance for the Fed’s interest rate... read more

Released 09 March 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s losses, closing at a level not seen since September of 2003 last week. The loss in the rate was in large part due to a better than expected U.S. Non-... read more

Released 02 March 2015 - Daily Commentary

By Matt Richardson
Lost ground last week as Greece secured a four month extension to its bailout loan and Janet Yellen gave a balanced testimony before the Senate Banking Committee. The week began ... read more

Released 23 February 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Was virtually unchanged last week as the FOMC’s meeting minutes indicated a dovish bias and Greece secured a four month extension to its bailout from Eurozone finance ministers. ... read more

Released 16 February 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Daily Commentary
Continued its rally last week after weaker than expected U.S. economic data and mostly strong numbers out of the Eurozone. The week began on a quiet note, with the rate gaining a... read more

Released 09 February 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Extended its previous week’s gains, gaining a fraction after the Greenback recovered most of its earlier losses in the wake of a strong Non-Farm Payrolls number. The week began ... read more

Released 02 February 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Reversed direction, gaining ground last week as the FOMC changed some of the language in its statement and the Eurozone downplayed the results of the Syriza party winning electio... read more

Released 26 January 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Fell sharply last week, making a new 12-year low after the ECB unveiled their quantitative easing program, which exceeded expectations and uncertainty ahead of Greek elections. T... read more

Released 19 January 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Made a low not seen since November of 2003 last week, in large part due to the Swiss National Bank removing the 1.20 floor on the Euro against the Swiss Franc. The week began on... read more

Released 12 January 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s losses last week despite a dovish FOMC Meeting Minutes and with mixed economic numbers out of both economies. The week began on a soft note, with the... read more

Released 05 January 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Dropped sharply in another holiday shortened week as the Greek parliament failed to agree on a new president and with mostly lower than expected economic data out of both econom... read more

Released 29 December 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Extended its previous week’s losses in a shortened holiday week as asset flows favoured the Greenback overall against the Euro and most other major currencies. The week began wi... read more

Released 22 December 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Declined last week as the FOMC Statement indicated the Fed would hold off on hiking interest rates and with both economies reporting mixed economic data. The week began on a sof... read more

Released 15 December 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Jay Goodman
reversed direction, gaining ground last week as the ECB made loans to European banks through its TLTRO or Targeted Long Term Refinancing Option, and despite mostly better than e... read more

Released 08 December 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Resumed its decline last week, as the ECB left rates unchanged and hinted at further easing measures and the United States reported better than expected employment data. The week... read more

Released 01 December 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Reversed direction last week, trading moderately higher as the Greenback traded correctively lower and both economies reported mixed economic numbers. The week began on a posit... read more

Released 24 November 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Jay Goodman
Resumed its downtrend last week after dovish comments from ECB President Mario Draghi and as the FOMC Meeting Minutes indicated members had confidence in the strength of the U.S. ... read more

Released 17 November 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Reversed direction, trading higher last week as the Eurozone reported better than expected GDP data and with mixed economic numbers out of the United States. The week began on a ... read more

Released 10 November 2014 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Continued declining last week as the ECB left rates unchanged and the Republican Party won a majority in U.S. elections. The week began on a soft note, with the rate declining... read more

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