Tag Archive: Chairwoman Yellen

The World of Central Banks

January 27, 2015

It seems that extremely loose monetary policy is starting to gain ground again as central banks are lowering their non-existent interest rates, launching QE’s and cutting inflation forecasts. The fact that Bank of Canada was forced to cut rates was perhaps the biggest suprise of them all as their neighbour,... View Article

GDP, Claims and Pending Home Sales in US

August 28, 2014

Everyone was watching today’s U.S. economic data: we had the Preliminary GDP, Unemployment Claims and Pending Home Sales. This economic events were expected by traders and investors because they usualy bring high volatility in the market, though it was not the case today. However the Preliminary GDP produced a surprise... View Article

Ahead of FOMC

June 18, 2014

Welcome to the FOMC Wednesday. Todays events should give us a direction and guidelines for the whole summer concering USD. We already know what the second largest central bank, ECB, is planning to do and today we will get the second piece of the puzzle to really shape the price... View Article

ECB Thursday vs NFP Friday

June 4, 2014

Most of the financial world is focused on the upcoming ECB meeting this Thursday. Every article I’ve read from Sunday to today is all about the EZ and about the possibilities what the ECB might do and how it will affect EURUSD exchange rate. However, let’s not forget, that we... View Article

FOMC Minutes and the US Dollar

November 17, 2013

FOMC Minutes are due this week and that will be the main event markets will focus on. In between the actual FOMC meeting that was taking place two weeks ago and the minutes to be released we had the future to be Charwoman of the Fed Ms. Yellen testifying in... View Article