Canadian CPI Looming
Canadian CPI Looming

US Dollar vs Canadian Dollar: Tomorrow’s Retail Sales and Consumer Price Index for Canada remain the biggest event risks for the loonie, as figures are pre Bank of Canada interest rate announcement next week. With no economic fundamentals to trade off, the Lonnie will be subject to the broader market sentiment. WTI Crude falls below […]

Read More →
BRAZIL: Ibovespa Falls 0.4% On Lower Growth In China
BRAZIL: Ibovespa Falls 0.4% On Lower Growth In China

Ibovespa, the benchmark stock index in Brazil, closed down 0.4% Thursday at 76,283.16 points, tracking the path of emerging markets after China reported that its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew 6.9% in the third quarter, at a slower pace than the expected by investors. The Chinese figures negatively impacted on commodities prices. But contrary to […]

Read More →
ARGENTINA: Merval Rises 2.35% Amid Optimism With Elections
ARGENTINA: Merval Rises 2.35% Amid Optimism With Elections

Merval, the main index of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, rose 2.35% Thursday, closing at 26,831.01 points, recovering from recent losses amid investor optimism for a possible triumph of the national government in Sunday’s legislative elections. On the side of the indicators, the head of the Central Bank, Federico Sturzenegger, acknowledged that the efforts to […]

Read More →
ARGENTINA: Macri And Trump Talk About Bilateral Trade And Venezuela
ARGENTINA: Macri And Trump Talk About Bilateral Trade And Venezuela

The presidents of Argentina and the United States, Mauricio Macri and Donald Trump, spoke via telephone on Wednesday to discuss the situation in Venezuela and the economic and trade relations between their countries, reported Casa Rosada and the White House. According to Casa Rosada, both leaders talked about Argentinean biodiesel and beef exports to the […]

Read More →
COLOMBIA: Government To Refrain From Issuing Global Bonds In The Short Term
COLOMBIA: Government To Refrain From Issuing Global Bonds In The Short Term

Colombia’s government will refrain from new debt issuances in the global markets in the short term, said the country’s Finance Minister, Mauricio C?rdenas. “We do not need more financing from the international markets, and we have reduced our requests with the international banking system,” C?rdenas said. “All this because of the deficit reduction, the government […]

Read More →
Check this out!
x Making It in the Forex Market: From Zero to $5,000..