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Live FX Market Analysis – 5 June 2018 (Video)

In this week’s webinar, Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam discussed the major events moving financial markets right now including political chaos in Italy and Spain and Trump’s tariffs on the EU, Canada and Mexico. He also previewed the week ahead. Craig also gives his live analysis on EURUSD (13:31), GBPUSD (17:04), EURGBP (18:39), AUDUSD (19:24), […]

US Futures Build on Jobs Report Gains

Near-Term Stability in Italy and Spain Aid Risk Appetite A decent jobs report on Friday combined with an apparent easing of political risk in Europe is helping lift equity markets at the start of the week, with US futures around half a percentage point higher. While the new governments in Spain and Italy should provide […]

Sanchez Replaces Rajoy as Spain PM

Spain has a new prime minister after a parliamentary vote Friday led to the ousting of incumbent Mariano Rajoy. Speaking to the Spanish parliament just before the vote, Rajoy said he would accept the result and wanted to be the first to congratulate the leader of the opposition Socialist Party, Pedro Sanchez, as his successor. […]

Risk Appetite Improves Ahead of US Jobs Data

Italy Forms Government While Spain’s Rajoy Loses No Confidence Vote You may not guess it based on the current levels in financial markets but it’s been quite a week for investors which has been reflected by a spike in volatility, with politics being the main driver of the unrest. Over the course of this week, […]

Spain Poised For No Confidence Vote on Friday

Spain is the next country set to test the resilience of southern Europe, after recent political convulsions in Italy battered global financial markets. Unlike Rome’s power struggle, where markets were fearful a fresh election could be framed as a de facto referendum on Italy’s role in Europe, Spain’s political drama hinges on a no-confidence vote for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. […]

US Private Jobs and Bank of Canada on the Agenda

The US dollar is mixed as risk aversion has made traditional safe haven currencies (JPY and CHF) advance versus the greenback. The USD is higher against the EUR as the Spanish PM faces a confidence vote with the single currency still reeling from the Italian political crisis that in a worst case scenario could mean […]