central bank

  1. syamfx2020

    FED kicks off the world’s biggest central banks meetings this week

    Markets are trading quite ahead of the central bank meetings. The investors waiting for feedbacks from the worlds largest central banks Federal Reserve, Bank of Japan and Bank of England after the latest changes in the economic outlook. Recently global stocks climbed to fresh heights. Most...
  2. syamfx2020

    Weekly Economic and Earnings Calendar 15/03/2021 – 19/03/2021

    A busy week ahead as investors keep an eye on the FOMC, BOE and BOJ meetings. US earnings to watch: Nike and FedEx.
  3. syamfx2020

    Weekly Economic and Earnings Calendar 14/09/2020 – 18/09/2020

    We have a very busy economic calendar, key events to watch: Federal Reserve, Bank of Japan and bank of England meetings, US and retail sales, Australia and UK employment report. Earnings to watch: Adobe and FedEx
  4. syamfx2020

    RBNZ meeting highlights

    The New Zealand dollar and New Zealand shares tumbled on Wednesday after a dovish statement from the RBNZ. At the time of writing, the NZD/USD slightly recovered from the daily low of 0.6520.
  5. Jarratt Davis

    Forex News Trading Strategy for the 26th of September - 30th of September

    This week could prove interesting with quite a few central bankers due to speak at different venues, as well as inflation data from the Euro Zone, U.S., and Japan. Monday The week begins with comments from the Bank of Japan’s Kuroda who is due to speak at a meeting with business leaders in...
  6. Jarratt Davis

    Why Central Banks Deliberately Weaken Their Currency

    This is a short post to explain common questions from new traders and those that are just venturing into the world of fundamental analysis. The question of why central banks would want to deliberately weaken their own currency is a good one to ask. This practice is much more common than you...
  7. Jarratt Davis

    How to react to Central Bank Speeches in order to make profit?

    Day Trading Central Bank Speeches This post is designed to show you that trading in line with central banks doesn’t always mean that you have to take big long term positions and hold them for weeks and months at a time. The video here is a classic example of how to do this. And Nick very kindly...