The Bannon Bounce?

The Bannon Bounce?

Debate unfolds as to what Bannon’s removal means for the Trump administration's economic agenda. See how his departure is affecting the market, especially in regard to the Jackson Hole meeting this week. 

Five Things the Markets are Talking About: Monday, August 21

Five Things the Markets are Talking About: Monday, August 21

The Fed’s Yellen and ECB President Draghi will gather for the Jackson Hole economic symposium. Focus will be on Yellen’s speech on financial stability, and will Draghi will provide clarity on ending Euro QE?

Loonie Takes Flight After Inflation Report

Loonie Takes Flight After Inflation Report

After a two-year low in June, data on Friday showed that Canada’s annual inflation rate picked up last month. Here's what else you need to know.

Can Corporates gain from China’s lead role in the Central Banking soap opera?

Can Corporates gain from China’s lead role in the Central Banking soap opera?

China’s changes to the way it calculates the yuan’s daily reference rate is starting to take a positive effect on the market. How can corporates who do business with China benefit from this?

Five Things the Markets are Talking About: Monday, August 14

Five Things the Markets are Talking About: Monday, August 14

Last week's geopolitical worries sent investors scampering for safe havens. Now, the dollar gains seem capped by the tensions on the Korean peninsula and doubts that the Fed will hike interest rates again this year.

How the Markets could React to a North Korea Strike

How the Markets could React to a North Korea Strike

With North Korea's missile comments this morning, we identify possible market reactions to follow through or retaliation, including scenarios under ‘flash’ and ‘short-term’ constraints.

Fed Speakers in Focus After Friday’s Jobs Data

Fed Speakers in Focus After Friday’s Jobs Data

The jobs report was well received on Friday despite suffering that ONE same pitfall that has plagued the US recovery for years. . .

Central Bank Activism: A Grain of Salt with Fed and BoC Announcements

Central Bank Activism: A Grain of Salt with Fed and BoC Announcements

In a world rife with geopolitical unpredictability – businesses hang their decisions off any monetary policy snippets emanating from Central Banks. Here's why corporates shouldn't react to the Fed and Bank of Canada’s every word. 

Pound Eyes Bank of England Objectors

Pound Eyes Bank of England Objectors

The FX market is relatively quiet with a focus on BoE rate decision. The EUR/USD hit a fresh two-year high yesterday after expectations that the ECB may begin phasing out its ‘easy’ policy.

Five Things the Markets are Talking About: Monday, July 31

Five Things the Markets are Talking About: Monday, July 31

The ‘mighty’ U.S dollar starts the week with a bearish price as White House’s tensions with North Korea and Russia have escalated over the weekend.

FX in the Age of Central Bank Activism: The EU and the UK at a crossroads

FX in the Age of Central Bank Activism: The EU and the UK at a crossroads

The European Central Bank and the Bank of England travel different paths - but one thing remains the same: every action they take causes a ripple in their respective currencies. Here's how to best prepare.

The Week Ahead: Falling Dollar Awaits US Employment Data

The Week Ahead: Falling Dollar Awaits US Employment Data

Political uncertainty has sapped the momentum out of the USD. The rally at the beginning of the year is gone after the debacle that has been the attempts to pass health care reform.