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Trading the ECB Interest Rates – May 2nd

I’m posting this article in hindsight, as I am currently testing a new trading system based purely on Fibonacci  My interest in Fibs picked up after I recently finished reading Constance Brown’s Fibonacci Analysis. One of the finest boo...

Trading the ECB Interest Rates – May 2nd

I’m posting this article in hindsight, as I am currently testing a new trading system based purely on Fibonacci  My interest in Fibs picked up after I recently finished reading Constance Brown’s Fibonacci Analysis. One of the finest boo...

Wise money awaits banks’ central banks interest rates decisions

Hopes that the U.K. will avoid a triple-dip recession were dealt another blow yesterday as UK Construction figures released showed that the sector contracted again in March, although there is ultimately a brighter picture with confidence levels incre...
by Wise Money on Apr 4, 2013

The wise money focuses on Mark Carney Speech

Today is decision day for the Bank Of England and the European Central bank.It is not expected that the Bank Of England will move on interest rates or QE and it is widely expected that the BoE will sit on their hands until Mark Carney assumes the gov...
by Wise Money on Feb 7, 2013

Mario Draghi’s turn to disappoint the wise money markets

As the wise money markets continue to digest the ECB rate decision and subsequent meeting yesterday we have seen the retracement of GBP/EUR and the strength of the world safe haven currency, the US Dollar. ECB President, Mario Draghi, announced a rat...
by Wise Money on Aug 3, 2012

FED leads the Central Banks news

Later today the FOMC will kick start the hat trick of central bank meetings with the Bank Of England and the ECB tomorrow. The ECB is going to be the main event although all three central bank meetings could potential produce surprises. Firstly look...
by Wise Money on Aug 1, 2012

No improvement in money markets outlook

Anyone who was looking for an improvement in outlook from the money markets following the EU summit would have been left disappointed last week. Policy from the European Central Bank, Bank of England, and PBoC in China have not helped matters alongsi...
by Wise Money on Jul 9, 2012

More Quantitative Easing while interest rates stay of drop

Yesterday was a critical day for central banks across Europe, with key interest rate decisions from BoE and ECB. Firstly, the Bank of England kept interest rates on hold- which was anticipated, and has decided to pump extra liquidity into the market...
by Wise Money on Jul 6, 2012

Central banks due to ease monetary policies

With the holiday in America yesterday keeping the markets quiet, we are immediately back into the action today with the Bank of England and ECB meetings at lunchtime. The BoE is expected to announce another £75 billion of Quantitative Easing (QE). L...
by Wise Money on Jul 5, 2012

Wise Money eyes central banks’ decisions

There are ample events on the agenda this week including central bank decisions by the RBA (Australia), Riksbank (Sweden), ECB (Eurozone) and BoE (UK), to stimulate volatility.A possible interest rate cut from the ECB and an expansion of QE by the Bo...
by Wise Money on Jul 3, 2012

Currencies fall of a cliff

Sterling has broken below 1.56 against the US Dollar after a sharp move lower in Euro Dollar yesterday afternoon.The move came after the ECB rejected the Spanish government’s plan to inject cash into the struggling lender Bankia, branding the plan...
by Wise Money on May 30, 2012

Money markets begin to wind down

The European Central Bank usually meets on the first Thursday of each month but the Easter weekend coming up means today is the day. Expectations are for the ECB to leave rates on hold and no change to the non standard liquidity measures. The upcomi...
by Wise Money on Apr 4, 2012


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