Trade War: What it Means and How Likely is it? With Donald Trump’s presidential campaign characterized by a number of high-profile attacks on China, there is a fear that the U.S. will apply punitive taxes on Chinese goods which… Continue Reading
Emerging Markets: Bank of Brazil Guides Monetary Policy Agenda By Richard Cox The Brazilian economy is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world and the base trajectory that is seen in GDP performance is often used as a gauge… Continue Reading
If we take a look at the exchange rate market, we will find that rates of the currencies drift freely against each other. This implies that they are always fluctuating. The fluctuations are due to a very simple phenomenon, in… Continue Reading
Every world currency you can find today has a market price that is fluctuating, and the Euro is no exception to this rule. Euro when launched was a little above in the value than U.S. Dollar and soon due to… Continue Reading
One of the most interesting developments in the last few years has been the building of forex markets with individual traders.