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Launching 5 year Birthday Bonanza

October 7th, 2015
5 years in London we CELEBRATE,  with a sweet $5 REBATE!   Take advantage of our 5 year Birthday Bonanza!   To celebrate our 5 years in London we are running a special birthday promotion. We are giving away...

China devaluation near-term negative for the dollar, EUR/USD to test higher levels?

August 13th, 2015
  Our Chief Market Analyst, Richard Perry, has attended today's TipTv morning show to talk about the Chinese devaluation on the US- "China devaluation near-term negative for the dollar, EUR/USD to test higher levels". D...

Commodities still impacting on sentiment as RBA changes tack

August 4th, 2015
Falling commodity prices are still a concern for global markets. The issue was again brought to the fore yesterday amid a series of disappointing manufacturing PMIs from the world’s leading economies, as China... Read More ...

Few clues offered in FOMC statement but dollar bulls edging control

July 30th, 2015
So, nothing really to go on from the FOMC then. No rate hike (as expected) but also little in the way of hints over a potential rate hike. Perhaps we could focus on the tweak “some” further improvement in the labor market, howev...

Markets looking pensive in front of the FOMC

July 29th, 2015
As we move into FOMC day, the markets have become characteristically settled. This will often be seen due to the potential volatility surrounding the aftermath of the decision tonight (at 1900BST). It is interesting that prices of ... Read ...

China and commodities remain a key impact on sentiment

July 28th, 2015
Volatility in Asian markets has been elevated by the significant fluctuations in the Chinese Shanghai stock market. However, the big impact is coming across the commodities complex which remains under significant pressure as questions over ...

Don’t bank on a Fed rate hike this week, not yet

July 27th, 2015
Commodity prices remain under huge medium term pressure. The selling pressure has been sustained now for several weeks but the outlook is becoming increasingly bearish with some critical levels being breached in recent days. The gold... Rea...

Disappointing China PMI draining markets but drives dollar strength

July 24th, 2015
Market sentiment has been hit in recent days by sharp falls in the prices of key commodities which continue to fall back to multi-year lows which  certainly does little to help the argument that inflation is ready to return. Data out o...

Commodities under increasing pressure as forex majors look for direction

July 23rd, 2015
The sell-off on commodity prices has started to impact across equity markets. With base and precious metals falling sharply in recent days, the oil price also joined in yesterday with WTI falling back below $50. Add in the... Read More ...

Gold, US dollar and the DAX on TipTV

July 23rd, 2015
Watch Richard's debut on internet financial television show TipTv , where Perry, Zak Mir and Bill Hubard and had an interesting dicsussion about... Read More   ...

Weak US corporate earnings hitting the US dollar

July 22nd, 2015
The dollar bulls had a bit of a wobble yesterday and this has induces a bit of corrective pressure near term for the greenback. The dollar weakness was generated by some weaker than expected earnings releases... Read More ...

Gold looking to settle with new expectations after huge decline

July 21st, 2015
Greece has managed to use the bridge financing package of €7bn in order to clear its debt with the IMF and also pay off the ECB. Markets have taken on far more of a settled outlook as it appears that the powers that be have... Read Mor...

Market sentiment settles as Greek banks re-open

July 20th, 2015
European markets continue to settle down as the new week has begun in a far calmer sentiment than any of the past few Mondays. Greece will re-open its banks today. The capital controls remain in place but the withdrawal...Read More ...

Sentiment is cautious as German lawmakers vote on Greek deal

July 17th, 2015
With the Greeks (and other Eurozone parliaments) backing the bailout deal, today it falls upon the Bundestag in Germany to accept the deal. It seems as though the pieces are now falling into place as €7bn of bridge financing...Read Mor...

Sentiment turns cautious as traders eye key data

July 14th, 2015
Just one day in to the supposed deal for Greece and the markets are a touch more cautious again. There is still much work that needs to be done and in a short space of time. The deal needs to be...Read More ...

Margin requirements are back to normal trading conditions

July 13th, 2015
Dear Valued Client,   Please be aware that following the Eurozone agreement with Greece, we have now reduced our margin requirements back to levels of normal trading conditions. This reverses the temporary increase over the weekend. ...

Sentiment picks up as Eurozone leaders come to an agreement over Greece

July 13th, 2015
Eurozone leaders have needed to talk all through the night and it seems as though we have some sort of agreement on how Greece can avoid a Grexit. The issue of trust seemed to be rather a sticking point as the...Read More ...

Increase of margin requirements

July 9th, 2015
Dear Valued Client,   With Greece's uncertain future continuing to dominate the headlines and potentially crucial meetings between the Eurozone leaders being held this weekend, market volatility remains elevated. We therefore ...

Exasperation amongst politicians and markets as a final deadline is drawn for Greece

July 8th, 2015
The disappointment was palpable in the interviews of the respective Eurozone’s leading politicians after Greece turned up to yesterday’s crunch meeting armed with little more than notes scrawled on a piece...Read More ...

Greece’s plight in the hands of the Eurogroup as ECB ramps up the pressure

July 7th, 2015
Greece voted “No” with 61% but the party could be short lived. Yesterday the ECB decided to maintain the Emergency Liquidity Assistance ceiling at €89bn and instead of increasing the ceiling (which would have allowed...Read...

Margin requirements back to normal

July 6th, 2015
Dear valed clients, Please take note that we have now reduced our margin requirements back to normal trading conditions after the increase imposed over the weekend due to the Greek consequences. Please do not hesitate to contac...

Volatility soars with euro under pressure after Greece votes “No”

July 6th, 2015
With Greece voting with a resounding “No” to the demands of the creditors, the ball has been smashed straight back to the court of the EU, ECB and IMF. A meeting is now due for Tuesday...Read More ...

Focus turns to Non-farm Payrolls as the dollar bulls gain confidence

July 2nd, 2015
The constant rumour-mill and drip feed of newsflow over developments in Greece is creating constant intraday fluctuations that are pulling markets all over the place, so let’s just take a step back...Read More ...

Market sentiment plummets as Greece edges towards default

June 29th, 2015
Suffice it to say, we can expect some significant volatility today. A chain of events has played out over the weekend which is now leaving Greece at significant risk of defaulting on its IMF loans totalling around...Read More ...

Tricky market consolidation continues as fx traders await Greek resolution

June 26th, 2015
Financial markets are taking the uncertainty of the negotiations between Greece and its creditors rather calmly. Despite a very real risk of a default on 30th June, markets have held up remarkably well. There has... Read More ...

BoJ intervention finally encourages a turnaround for the yen

June 10th, 2015
In the wake of last week’s Non-farm Payrolls, Treasury yields continue to move higher but equity markets have continued to stumble The dollar has also hit the buffers a little in the past few days, culminating in a sharp reversal agai...

US dollar paring recent gains on a day light on announcements

June 8th, 2015
Financial markets will continue to digest the improvement in the Non-farm Payrolls report on Friday which drove a stronger dollar once more. The report will now stoke up the debate over the possibility of an October or even September rate h...

Greek payment delay drives a slightly negative sentiment with Payrolls due

June 5th, 2015
Markets remain incredibly volatile, with huge intraday swings. The bond markets are continuing to drive sentiment across the board and yesterday’s sharp intraday turnaround on the 10 year Bund yield has again dramatically turned the e...

Markets are cautious early on as the deadline for Greece looms

June 4th, 2015
Yesterday was another absolutely remarkable session, as the Eurozone sovereign bond yields have continued to soar. Helped higher by Mario Draghi’s ECB press conference which showed an upward revision to inflation projections...Read Mo...

Euro pushes higher as Greece mulls over a potential deal

June 3rd, 2015
An incredible day yesterday has completely turned around the near term outlook once more. A whole raft of factors came together to strengthen the euro and weaken the dollar. The prospect of a deal for Greece is now on the table after an agr...
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