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GBP surge begins, as market sentiment improves The BoE warned about the Brexit recession potential which had been impacting the market negatively. The US FED Chairman Jerome Powel, spoke of monetary policy shift, delivering a mammoth bull run of GBP. Earlier today, in the face of a timid BoE comment,...
The New Zealand government is attempting to sort the country’s surging house prices and growing homelessness problem by banning foreign buyers from purchasing residential properties. The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill was passed by parliament with a vote of 63 to 57 on Wednesday. It’s not a shocking development, considering that...
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...
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...
Mainstream voters worldwide are watching the election race unfold in Sweden with no small sense of anxiety. Recent years have seen surging support for anti-establishment, nationalist parties, with closely run elections in the Netherlands, Germany, France and Austria, and the instatement of a League-Five Star coalition in Italy. The latest...
Italy is the latest country facing choppy waters amid the rising tide of nationalism and protectionism. Yet the financial markets remain strangely numb to the news that a coalition government between two populist, anti-EU parties in the EU zone’s third-largest economy is becoming increasingly likely. An inconclusive election result in...
New York’s recently appointed attorney general is suing the US President Donald Trump and some of his children on the grounds that the charitable foundation he heads has illegally misused donations. On Thursday, Barbara Underwood filed a petition at the New York Supreme Court in Manhattan to dissolve the Trump...
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,...
If anything could provoke more volatility in the markets, it would be the recent double-whammy from US President Donald Trump. Not only has a hefty trade ultimatum been sent China’s way, but, on the 8th of May, Trump withdrew the US from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action –...
Germany economy shrinks in Q3 Rome and Brussels continue to be in a collision course EURO and Pound may overlook UK GDP, as political turmoil in focus EUR/USD stuck under 1.1300 on Italian budget debt and poor German growth data According to the latest German GDP figures, the country economy...