baner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

The British pound extended losses against major rivals on Thursday, with some bears raising the remote possibility that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May¡¯s Brexit struggles could drag Britain¡¯s currency to parity with the buck.
Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal bill will not be published or debated until early June, the government says.
China blamed Washington for wrecking trade talks and insisted the U.S. must alter its ¡°wrong practices¡± before negotiations can resume, leaving the next move to President Donald Trump as financial markets slump amid prospects for a prolonged dispute.
The trade conflict between the U.S. and China and cracks in the global economy are herding investors to the safest parts of financial markets, pushing benchmark Treasury yields to multiyear lows.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was poised for a landslide victory in the country's general elections, early results showed, defying expectations of even his own party to win a second term in office.
Oil suffered its largest single-session loss of the year on Thursday, dropping to the lowest settlement in roughly two months, as the potential for a lengthy U.S.-China trade standoff led to a broad aversion to assets perceived as risky.
Gold logged its highest finish in a week Thursday, buoyed by declines in global stock markets brought on by expectations for a prolonged U.S.-China trade standoff.
Stocks took a beating Thursday as investors worried that a U.S.-China trade war could drag on indefinitely and sap global growth.

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
01:4506:45NZDTrade Balance450M
11:3016:30GBPRetail Sales m/m-0.3%
Day 2Day 2EUREuropean Parliamentary Elections-
15:3020:30USDCore Durable Goods Orders m/m0.1%
15:3020:30USDDurable Goods Orders m/m-0.2%
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 

MultiBank

MY MultiBank  
baner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

The British pound dropped to near its lowest level of 2019 against the dollar after data showed U.K. core inflation accelerated to a 2.1% annual rate in April.
Federal Reserve officials judged at their latest meeting that their patient approach to interest-rate change would be appropriate ¡°for some time,¡± and many sided with Chairman Jerome Powell¡¯s view that the recent dip in inflation was probably temporary.
The prime minister Theresa May is facing growing calls to resign amid a backlash against her Brexit plan from Conservative MPs.
US President Donald Trump has angrily lashed out at Democratic leaders' claims he is engaged in a "cover-up."
About a fifth of U.S. companies in China are considering moving some or all of their production out of the country to deal with the trade tensions, and a third are delaying or cancelling investment decisions, according to a survey of 239 American firms in the market.
Oil prices dropped Wednesday, with U.S. prices posting their biggest single-session loss in nearly three weeks, after government data revealed a hefty weekly increase in domestic crude stockpiles, defying expectations for a decline.
U.S. stocks closed down but finished off their lows Wednesday as renewed trade jitters were offset by dovish minutes from the Federal Reserve.

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
10:1515:15EURFrench Flash Services PMI50.7
10:3015:30EURGerman Flash Manufacturing PMI44.9
10:3015:30EURGerman Flash Services PMI55.2
11:0016:00EURFlash Manufacturing PMI48.2
Day 1Day 1EUREuropean Parliamentary Elections-
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 
MultiBank Logo MultiBank Group
T             UK: +44 20 3953 8381
               US: +1 213 992 4748
E             [email protected]
W           www.multibankfx.com

As our premier trading account holder registered under the above email address {!Contact.Email}, you will get fresh daily economic and financial news as value added services from MultiBank Group. If you are no longer interested, you can unsubscribe here

 
banner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

A long-simmering U.S.-China trade war that hammered stocks from both nations last month may inflict still more pain on markets. Manufacturing figures from May show weakness across Asia and Europe, underscoring the global ramifications of the clash between Washington and Beijing.
While the Shanghai Composite Index tumbled 8.2%, the worst month since October, and the S&P 500 Index dropped 6.6%, the price swings don’t account for weakening economic data, according to John Normand, head of cross-asset fundamental strategy at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in London. China has said it will impose tariffs on $60bn of US goods from 1 June, extending a bilateral trade war.
Despite the ongoing risk-averse environment, the EUR/USD pair peaked above 1.1200, its highest in a week, as US manufacturing output unexpectedly contracted. May ISM Manufacturing PMI printed 52.1, below the expected 53.0 and the previous 52.8.
As President Donald Trump threatens to impose sweeping duties on imports from Mexico, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are warning of widespread consequences for the US economy.
The GBP/USD pair recovered some ground after nearing 1.2600, underpinned by broad dollar's weakness. Rising odds for a no-deal Brexit keeping the upside limited for Sterling, poor manufacturing output also caps demand.
Ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia's critical monetary policy meeting, the AUD/USD pair extended its recovery on Monday and touched its highest level since May 13 at 0.6966 in the last hour. As of writing, the pair was trading at 0.6960, adding 0.3% on a daily basis.
Gold continued scaling higher through the mid-European session on Monday and climbed to over two-month tops, around the $1317-18 region in the last hour.

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
04:3009:30AUDRetail Sales m/m0.2%
07:3012:30AUDCash Rate1.25%
07:3012:30AUDRBA Rate Statement-
12:3017:30AUDRBA Gov Lowe Speaks-
16:5521:55USDFed Chair Powell Speaks-
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 
banner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

US President Donald Trump has launched a fierce personal attack on former special counsel Robert Mueller, describing him as "totally conflicted".
U.S. economic growth last quarter was revised down by less than expected amid stronger consumption and exports than initially reported, suggesting the expansion was on relatively firm footing before President Donald Trump’s escalation of the trade war with China.
Fears surrounding a potential renewal of trade tensions between the U.S. and European countries could prove a burden for the euro, already weighed down by concerns over sluggish growth and the threat of renewed turmoil around Italy’s budget, analysts said.
Oil dropped Thursday, with the U.S. and global benchmark prices posting their lowest settlements since March after U.S. government data revealed a weekly decline in domestic crude stockpiles that was much less than expected.
Gold gave way to a solid move higher Thursday, as persistent worries about U.S.-China trade tensions and sluggish global economic growth helped lift prices to their highest finish in roughly two weeks.
U.S. stocks closed modestly higher Thursday, following a day struggling for direction, as U.S.-China trade war tensions continued to weigh on sentiment after Beijing accused Washington of "naked economic terrorism."

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
02:3007:30JPYTokyo Core CPI y/y1.2%
02:3007:30JPYUnemployment Rate2.4%
04:0009:00CNYManufacturing PMI49.9
All DayAll DayEURGerman Prelim CPI m/m0.3%
15:3020:30CADGDP m/m0.4%
16:4521:45USDChicago PMI55.1
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 
banner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

US President Donald Trump has launched a fierce personal attack on former special counsel Robert Mueller, describing him as "totally conflicted".
U.S. economic growth last quarter was revised down by less than expected amid stronger consumption and exports than initially reported, suggesting the expansion was on relatively firm footing before President Donald Trump’s escalation of the trade war with China.
Fears surrounding a potential renewal of trade tensions between the U.S. and European countries could prove a burden for the euro, already weighed down by concerns over sluggish growth and the threat of renewed turmoil around Italy’s budget, analysts said.
Oil dropped Thursday, with the U.S. and global benchmark prices posting their lowest settlements since March after U.S. government data revealed a weekly decline in domestic crude stockpiles that was much less than expected.
Gold gave way to a solid move higher Thursday, as persistent worries about U.S.-China trade tensions and sluggish global economic growth helped lift prices to their highest finish in roughly two weeks.
U.S. stocks closed modestly higher Thursday, following a day struggling for direction, as U.S.-China trade war tensions continued to weigh on sentiment after Beijing accused Washington of "naked economic terrorism."

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
02:3007:30JPYTokyo Core CPI y/y1.2%
02:3007:30JPYUnemployment Rate2.4%
04:0009:00CNYManufacturing PMI49.9
All DayAll DayEURGerman Prelim CPI m/m0.3%
15:3020:30CADGDP m/m0.4%
16:4521:45USDChicago PMI55.1
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 
banner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

The U.S. dollar was little changed versus major rivals on Wednesday, while the Japanese yen temporarily found some support as investors sought havens against a backdrop of continued U.S.-China trade tensions and rising worries over the global growth outlook.
US Special Counsel Robert Mueller has said charging President Donald Trump with a crime was not an option, in his first comments on the Russia inquiry.
Beijing’s threat to use its dominance of rare earth in the trade war risks serious disruption to U.S. industry, by starving manufacturers of components commonplace in everything from cars to dishwashers and military equipment.
The Canadian dollar lost some ground versus its U.S. rival after the Bank of Canada, as expected, left its overnight lending rate unchanged at 1.75% on Wednesday.
The Trump administration again refrained from labelling China a currency manipulator on Tuesday, a decision that leaves one of the president’s campaign promises unfulfilled but avoids further escalation in the trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
Oil futures fell as risk-on markets, including benchmark U.S. stock indexes, declined, but Middle tensions and expectations for a weekly drop in U.S. crude supplies helped prices finish off the session’s worst levels.
The fear factor across markets is giving gold a reprieve from the doldrums as the yellow metal joins the dollar as a safe haven to those fleeing risk on the back of U.S.-China trade war.
U.S. stocks tumbled Wednesday as the U.S.-China trade war intensified after Beijing signalled it was ready to retaliate against Washington by halting exports of rare-earth metals.

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
04:3009:30AUDBuilding Approvals m/m0.1%
04:3009:30AUDPrivate Capital Expenditure q/q0.5%
05:0010:00NZDAnnual Budget Release-
All DayAll DayCHFBank Holiday-
All DayAll DayEURFrench Bank Holiday-
All DayAll DayEURGerman Bank Holiday-
15:3020:30USDPrelim GDP q/q3.1%
15:3020:30CADCurrent Account-18.1B
21:1502:15CADGov Council Member Wilkins Speaks-
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 
banner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

The U.S. dollar was little changed versus major rivals on Wednesday, while the Japanese yen temporarily found some support as investors sought havens against a backdrop of continued U.S.-China trade tensions and rising worries over the global growth outlook.
US Special Counsel Robert Mueller has said charging President Donald Trump with a crime was not an option, in his first comments on the Russia inquiry.
Beijing’s threat to use its dominance of rare earth in the trade war risks serious disruption to U.S. industry, by starving manufacturers of components commonplace in everything from cars to dishwashers and military equipment.
The Canadian dollar lost some ground versus its U.S. rival after the Bank of Canada, as expected, left its overnight lending rate unchanged at 1.75% on Wednesday.
The Trump administration again refrained from labelling China a currency manipulator on Tuesday, a decision that leaves one of the president’s campaign promises unfulfilled but avoids further escalation in the trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
Oil futures fell as risk-on markets, including benchmark U.S. stock indexes, declined, but Middle tensions and expectations for a weekly drop in U.S. crude supplies helped prices finish off the session’s worst levels.
The fear factor across markets is giving gold a reprieve from the doldrums as the yellow metal joins the dollar as a safe haven to those fleeing risk on the back of U.S.-China trade war.
U.S. stocks tumbled Wednesday as the U.S.-China trade war intensified after Beijing signalled it was ready to retaliate against Washington by halting exports of rare-earth metals.

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
04:3009:30AUDBuilding Approvals m/m0.1%
04:3009:30AUDPrivate Capital Expenditure q/q0.5%
05:0010:00NZDAnnual Budget Release-
All DayAll DayCHFBank Holiday-
All DayAll DayEURFrench Bank Holiday-
All DayAll DayEURGerman Bank Holiday-
15:3020:30USDPrelim GDP q/q3.1%
15:3020:30CADCurrent Account-18.1B
21:1502:15CADGov Council Member Wilkins Speaks-
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 
baner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

The U.S. dollar rose against a basket of major currencies as trade tensions encouraged investors to buy safe-haven currencies and as political risks in Europe weighed on the euro.
The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday as the greenback broadly climbed.
Signs of disagreement have emerged between France and Germany as EU leaders meet following elections that shifted the balance in parliament.
US President Donald Trump is approving the sale of billions of dollars' worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia.
U.S. oil futures ended higher Tuesday, but global crude prices finished flat, after prices for both benchmarks logged their worst weekly performance of the year, as traders continued to weigh risks to supplies, as well as demand.
Gold and silver posted losses on Tuesday for a second straight session, with strength in the dollar and modest gains in the U.S. stock market pushing down prices for the precious metals after last week’s gains.
U.S. stocks closed lower Tuesday on rising fears of a prolonged U.S.-China trade war after President Donald Trump said the U.S. was "not ready" to make a trade deal.

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
00:0005:00NZDRBNZ Financial Stability Report-
02:0007:00NZDRBNZ Gov Orr Speaks-
03:0008:00JPYBOJ Gov Kuroda Speaks-
04:0009:00NZDANZ Business Confidence-
04:1009:10NZDRBNZ Gov Orr Speaks-
10:5515:55EURGerman Unemployment Change- 8K
17:0022:00CADBOC Rate Statement1.75%
17:0022:00CADOvernight Rate6
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 
baner

Fundamental Analysis

Improve your trades with up to date market briefing to help you keep abreast of important changes to the market.

Market Briefing

The U.S. dollar slipped on Friday as traders digested the impact of see-saw trade headlines on the stronger greenback.
The British pound was rising against rivals late Friday after U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation, after her deals to usher Britain out of the European Union failed and she lost the confidence of her political inner circle
Theresa May has said she will quit as Conservative leader on 7 June, paving the way for a contest to decide a new prime minister.
President Emmanuel Macron of France has urged "swift clarification" on Brexit after the resignation of UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
The US is to send additional troops to the Middle East to counter the "ongoing threat posed by Iranian forces", the acting defense secretary says.
Oil settled higher Friday, recouping a portion of recent losses, but a day after posting their biggest one-day loss since December, prices saw their worst weekly performance of the year.
Gold ended with a modest loss Friday but tallied a weekly gain after seeing renewed haven demand on the back of trade-war worries.
The S&P 500 ended higher Friday, as President Donald Trump offered some hope on a quick resolution to the U.S.-China trade war, but a warning from Beijing that it's not above launching further countermeasures against Washington kept gains in check.

 

Today's News

Server TimeHK TimeCurrencyDescription Expectation
06:0011:00JPYBOJ Gov Kuroda Speaks
All DayAll DayGBPBank Holiday
All DayAll DayUSDBank Holiday
 

MultiBank is one of the largest online financial derivatives providers worldwide

Become Partner
Partnership
Open Demo Account
Demo Account
Open Live Account
Live Account
 

Disclaimer

These analyses are for information purposes only. They do not post a buy or sell recommendation for any of the financial instruments herein analyzed. The information is obtained from generally accessible data sources. MultiBank Group assumes no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions in these materials, nor shall it be liable for damages arising out of any person's reliance upon the information on this page. MultiBank Group shall not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including without limitation, losses or unrealized gains that may result. Any information is subject to change without prior notice.

 

contact us

For any questions or inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact our 24/5 professional multilingual Customer Service

GET A CALL BACK
Make call phone Live chat Chat
phone Whatsapp email Chat