As we near the end of the year, we’re looking at the top three themes for markets in 2016. Today, we look at the interest rate conundrum.
Trading is muted as most traders are off their desks to celebrate the New Year.
As we head into New Year we look at the weekly FTSE 100 chart to get an idea of which levels to watch in 2016.
The US Dollar may be carving out a top after rising to the highest level since January 2011 against the Chinese Yuan in offshore trade.
Last week’s holiday trading environment saw a break of a pivotal support level in GBP/JPY. Might we have a new down-trend to work with as we move into 2016?
Retail FX traders head into the New Year net-short the Euro, Australian Dollar, and New Zealand Dollar; we favor further near-term gains. But watch for Dollar gains versus GBP, CAD, and Gold Prices.
As we near the end of a tumultous year, investors are facing a very new set of risks in 2016. Today, we look at the impact of continued weakness in commodities.