China’s trade balance remain weak in November, spurring more concerns over the second largest world economy growth rate, reinforcing expectations of economists and investors that the government will have to do more to stimulate the domestic consumption in the coming months, give persistent weakness in the coming months. Exports fell worse than expected, to a…

Asian stocks end the session lower and the greenback advanced, on the FED president J. Yellen comments which reinforced the case for an interest rate hike later this month. Futures quotes of European index shows that the market will might follow the Asian trend. Today there is a big potential for euro volatility as the…

Asian markets fell to six-week lows as the risk aversion increases on the Paris attacks and the disappointing data coming from Japan. US dollar rise and oil is down 8 percent from the last week opening price. Leading the losers were de Nikkei stock index, which tumbled nearly 1,1 percent, almost erasing all the last…

Oil prices rose on Tuesday as the head of OPEC sees the oil market more balanced next year and as US energy departments says that the oil output will continue to fall, but still the market is facing a global glut, on the supply side. Further evidence of stockpiling, expectations about a December US rate…

Gold keep steady near the four week low, after a five days slide, as investors positioned for a rate hike at the FOMC December meeting. Bullion has been under pressure since FED officials said that they are prepared for a rate hike later this year, reversing earlier market expectations that the first US rate increase…

US economic growth easy slowed on the third quarter, as business cut back on restocking warehouses to work off an inventory glut, but solid domestic demand showed good expectations about the future. Gross domestic product rose at a 1.5% annual rate, compared with a 3.9% rate recorded in the second quarter. Business accumulated a $56.8…

Copper prices on LME (London Metal Exchange) inched higher at the open on Monday, after China cut interest rates in a try to revive the economic growth in the second largest world economy. China Central Bank cut interest for the sixth time in less than a year and lowered the amount of cash that the…

Oil prices fall on Wednesday after data from API (American Petroleum Institute) showed the US crude stockpiles continue building up, adding to worries regarding the global oversupply, even as a slightly weaker dollar provided some support. According to API US crude stockpiles rose by a larger than expected 7.1 million barrels in the week ending…

Asian trading session ended with the index near to the two month high on Friday, on the US labor market data and core prices index, both easing some concerns about the strength of the US economy. US session closed yesterday on good gains as the number of Americans filling new applications for unemployment benefits fell…

Oil extended gains, trading at near 50 USD/barrel on news that the demand will increase and the production glut will ease. Abdalla Salem El-Badri, the secretary general of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said at a conference in Kuwait on Sunday that the demand will start growing and the non-OPEC supply is due to…

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