CAD looks due to weak crude oil vulnerable – Swissquote

FXStreet President Trumps decision to move away from the Paris climate agreement, is likely to lead to additional Oil production, said Peter rose, a prank, a market analyst at Swissquote. Important Quotes: This is for the Oil not good, since recent reports show that the OPEC Nations for production cuts do not apply – have […]

USA: Bohraktivität rises to 733

FXStreet – In the USA, Drilling for oil in the past week increased by 11 to 733, as the US service provider Baker Hughes announced on Friday evening. This is the highest level in more than two years. ** FXStreet News Editorial,

USD/CAD topples out of the profit zone

FXStreet – the reaction of The currency pair USD/CAD on the disappointing fancy, non-farm Payrolls from the United States was initially limited. However, the downward movement in the last few hours, and also step the currency pair for the important psychological mark of 1.35. accelerated Blame it on recovering Oil prices, which is awarded to […]

GBP/JPY slips with the US NFP

FXStreet – The British pound heard on Friday of the weakest currencies in the FX universe, due to the uncertainties related to the elections in the UK, which take place in the coming week. The currency pair GBP/JPY gave in the last hours, all of its week’s gains and is on the way to the […]

Goldman Sachs sees Chance of a rate hike in June at 90%

FXStreet – According to the American investment Bank Goldman Sachs, the chances of a rate hike by the Federal Reserve are meeting on 13./14. June at 90 percent. The experts also expect the announcement to the normalization of the balance sheet total for the month of September, told the Reuters news Agency. ** FXStreet News […]

S&P confirmed the credit rating of South Africa

FXStreet – The American rating Agency Standard & Poor’s is leaving the credit Rating of South Africa to BB+. The pace of economic growth remains weak, what mountains are risks to the fiscal consolidation by increasing contingent liabilities. The negative Outlook reflects the view that political risks will remain this year. ** FXStreet News Editorial,