Archive | March, 2017

Fotolia_14580597_XS

MM #139 – Murky markets and further Fed fallout

The Ides of March continue echoing and echoing. We discuss further fallouts from the Fed and move to on markets, which are also falling out. Is this the beginning of a downfall? You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. Fed fallout: The dovish hike continues hurting the greenback and […]

Continue Reading
Analysing financial data with a magnifying glass

MM #138 – The art of the dovish hike

The Ides of March proved to be ominous for dollar bulls as the Fed succeeded in beating the greenback while hiking rates. We discuss what this means and touch on other market moving events before previewing the next week. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. We told you: The Fed […]

Continue Reading
Building icon with inscription "Fed". Financial data on computer screen. Multiple exposure

MM #137 – Fed fever and crashing crude in the Ides of March

The rate hike is coming. But what does it mean for markets? We start with the big upcoming event and then continue to the slippery nature of oil prices before previewing other events in the Ides of March. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. Fed fever: The NFP cemented […]

Continue Reading
Rising Euro symbols. Computer monitor with trading software

MM #136 – March hike, Macron and Mario Draghi

The Federal Reserve overshadowed Trump as they take the reins once again. We analyze the situation and the implications and then move to the old continent, where politics in France compete with the central bank’s headache.  You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. March rate hikes: A coordinated chorus of […]

Continue Reading