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Today’s myth: the almighty central bankers

Today’s myth: the almighty central bankers

Throughout history man has always created myths and legends to help explaining natural phenomena or to boast about somebody’s achievements. Whether these stories were real or not it was never… Read more »

Is the stock rally already over?

Is the stock rally already over?

Hope..one word so powerful that can draw the line between success and failure, life and death..so powerful that can even convince markets to overlook bubbles and recessions and keep pushing… Read more »

ECB unleashed QE in the curerncy war, who is the next?

ECB unleashed QE in the curerncy war, who is the next?

So the ECB unleashed quantitative easing (QE) in this currency war. After years of printing money at near zero interest the QE seems an antiquate “weapon” which was proven to… Read more »

Is the Eurozone doomed to fail?

Is the Eurozone doomed to fail?

Is the eurozone doomed to fail? Making predictions would be silly, but I can safely say it should never have existed the way it is because its design is a… Read more »

Germany Avoids Triple Dip Recession

Germany Avoids Triple Dip Recession

This morning there was the release of Q3 GDP data from countries of the eurozone. While there was some relief in the market to see that overall the GDP of… Read more »

Market Watch – EURUSD Forecast 7-12th September 2014

Market Watch – EURUSD Forecast 7-12th September 2014

During the summer months trading the euro was not too complicated. Because a dovish ECB was widely expected traders shorted euro for quite some time. Last week they were proved… Read more »

The ECB is ready to act…ok, almost ready

The ECB is ready to act…ok, almost ready

Manipulating markets and in particular the exchange rate is not an easy job, and I am confident Mario Draghi, the president of ECB, would agree with me. After being left… Read more »

What will the ECB decide?Mario Draghi’s doubts

What will the ECB decide?Mario Draghi’s doubts

The year 2013 has been the year of quantitative easing. The major central banks tried to pull their economies from recession by introducing more liquidity while de-valuing their currencies. However,… Read more »

EURJPY scenarios post-ECB

EURJPY scenarios post-ECB

This pair is waiting for the ECB rate decision and their monetary policy statements before doing a move. From a technical point of view the euro is testing resistance at… Read more »

Can the same therapy heal different patients?

Can the same therapy heal different patients?

After the FED has shown some continuation in their taper-exit strategy I have heard a lot of talk about emerging markets and the issues associated with them. I agree that… Read more »

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