21 Feb 2019Global stocks are at its 4 months high, Crude oil jumped 1%, Brexit future glooms
Trade Talks ongoing, Trump mentioned the deadline is not a magical date, Japan export data disappoints
20 Feb 2019Trump mentioned yesterday that the March 1st deadline is not a magical date, he said they should be focusing on whether the tariff will be raised, however, cited optimism in trade talks. Japan export data showed the steepest decline in more than 2 years
19 Feb 2019Multiple Index close near 3-4 months high yesterday, CSI 300 and STOXX, emerging market currencies relieved
18 Feb 2019US labour market is showing cracks, ECB said rate will remain unchanged until policy goals are met.
15 Feb 2019A disappointing day for the markets as retails sales data in the US shocked the market which shows steepest decline in a decade, plus a no growth economy in Germany.
14 Feb 2019Trump said that the deadline for Tariff raise could be delayed if there is good ground made on trade talks
13 Feb 2019DXY briefly touched the highest since Dec18 last year, positive returns is seen over the past week as China came back from CNY new year break.
12 Feb 2019China had high hopes on trade talks, plus a rush back from the holiday break, Europe followed China to open higher yesterday.
08 Feb 2019President Trump’s top economic adviser sounded a pessimistic note about U.S.-China trade talks. ” We’ve got a pretty sizable distance to go here,”
31 Jan 2019FED finally faced the headwinds on further rate hikes, market volatility, trade dispute and balance sheet are contributing factors to it. EU is united against the British as it comes to renegotiation.
30 Jan 2019Although sales revenue decrease for the quarter, Service revenue increase for Apple, shares risen after trading hours. UK parliament asked May to bring the deal back to Brussel for renegotiation.
29 Jan 2019Big week this week, FED rate decision, ECB chairman testimony, UK parliament voting. As Chinese demand weakens, it affects the global economic growth.
28 Jan 2019Big week ahead as there is Rate decision from the US, the government is reopened, though only for a certain period with set terms. UK parliament will be again looking at the deal, that May is going to propose.
25 Jan 2019Although US and China highest official are absent in the forum, Trade war between the two countries remain a big topic of the forum. US government remained shut.
21 Jan 2019US job data hasn’t yet reflected the shutdown effect yet, however, the effect is immense. Plan B from May is about to rollout, it will be another volatile week for the Europeans.
18 Jan 2019Steven Munchin suggested a rollback on tariffs during trade talks, causing investors to hunt for risk assets again. UK is now waiting for a plan B from May next week, and her play with the Labour Party.
17 Jan 201915 FED districts reported wage gain, May narrowly won the Confidence vote and a plan B is expected early next week.
15 Jan 2019Lawmakers are due to vote for the Brexit Deal tonight, May went around to persuade the audience for a “second look”. With 2 months left until Brexit, tonight will mark an important step to the final outcome.
11 Jan 2019Jobless claim data fell more than expected last week, effect of US government shutdown may show effect later on though. CNH edged up against USD yesterday, causing EM currencies index at a 5 moths high.
10 Jan 2019S&P on a 4 month longest win streak, 10% up from the 20 month low. May had a symbolic win over the finance bill amendment in case of a no deal Brexit.
08 Jan 2019Both China and US claimed they have good faith in reaching a deal, whilst Germany show mixed data on lower than expected industrial orders but higher retail sales.
04 Jan 2019US market dropped due to weak forecast of Apple revenue, which spread concerns of global economic downturn
20 Dec 2018There are 100 days left before Brexit, PM may is going around to persuade as many backers as she can. Fed raise rates for the last time of the year and said there will be further rate hikes.
10 Dec 2018As last week's NFP data is lacking strength, Jereome Powell will probably seek for evidence to support rate hikes next year. Big day for Brexit tomorrow, as the parliament is ready to vote for rejecting or accepting plan for Brexit.