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In light of Brexit and the US election, it’s a wonder analysts didn’t see it coming. Yet, Mahathir Mohamad’s victory in the Malaysian election this week marks another unexpected political U-turn and upset to the markets. The 92-year-old reclaimed his position, after a brief 15-year retirement, in order to...
The USD is outperforming, as German Chancellor Merkel exits Merkel exit suggests immense political mayhem in Euro Zone and EUR is dropping insanely losing nearly 40 pips in the last 20 minutes Federal reserve QT spurring a USD hike Month end re balancing suggests a USD buying position...
Brexit impact on GBP and Brexit timeframe Debate over the UK PM Theresa May’s Brexit deal with EU will soon be started in the British Parliament and the lawmakers are expected to vote on it on December 11th. Political analysts are suggesting that the agreement won’t make it through...
GBP trending points GBP soaring, EU and UK agreed to future ties Challenges wobbling ahead, as the agreed document might not make it through the House of Commons Euro resilient, as political turmoil remained incendiary GBP soaring, bolting upwards, as EU-UK agree to future ties During the Asia Pacific and...
GBP, EURO, Brexit and US dollar trending points Tuesday (March 12th) delivers another landmark defeat for PM May’s amended Brexit, as UK lawmakers rejected the Brexit amendment by 149 votes Today’s (March 13th) no-deal Brexit vote would likely to be rejected, while an extension of Article 50 and...
Last year, Turkey’s citizens voted in a referendum which would dramatically up the stakes for its next election. In April 2017, article 18, which changed the country’s parliamentary system to an executive presidency, was marginally passed with 51.4% of the vote. Under its implementation, the president holds executive power,...
Japanese yen, US administration, GBP and US government shutdown trending points Japanese Yen may jolt further upwards, as political turmoil over Washington DC could jumpstart a market aversion Possible US government border shutdown indicating a fragile growth outlook UK Quarter 3 revised GDP was not noxious, as it might...
EURO and USD trending points Amidst concerns of global economic growth, US/China trade war, tech stock wobbling, USD has still been holding its key support, currently residing just over 96.00, however, buyers are stepping away. OECD mentioned yesterday that the global growth is tumbling and financial risks are firing...
Last week, fake-news re-entered the headlines when President Donald Trump threatened to remove the credentials of any media outlet publishing “negative (fake)” stories. However extreme this eradication of anything but Trump-friendly reportage seems, it’s overshadowed by the law Malaysia passed at the beginning of April this year. The “Anti-Fake...
Sterling side way swing continues, as Trump totters Brexit deal in a criticism In a recent press briefing, President Donald Trump warns that the EU-UK Brexit could pour cold water over US-UK trade relationship UK PM Theresa May getting prepared to take hit over the recently signed Brexit deal ...