Commodities/FX

Commodities/FX

Trump sparks oil price dip as oversupply fears mount

Oil prices dipped yet again on Tuesday, but this time the fall was more like a plummet, as the 7.6% decrease saw Bent crude's...
Oil prices

Oil prices up after Saudi Arabia pledges to limit production

Oil prices rebounded on Monday morning after Saudi Arabia pledged to cut oil production in December. Khalid al-Falih, The minister for Energy, announced that Saudi...

Iraqi oil growth under threat from internal tensions

Amidst a period of growth for Iraq's oil production, its success is now under threat because of political antagonism between domestic parties and outside...

GBP/USD fails to gain traction despite weak US jobs release

The cable rate failed to rebound on Friday despite a week of sharp gains and a miss in the headline Non-Farm payroll release. The US...

Bumper Non-Farm Payrolls buoy dollar while stocks rise

The monthly US jobs report smashed estimates on Friday as Non-Farm Payrolls for February came in at 313,000, well above the expected 200,000. A rise...

Sterling weakens after PM May announces Irish border deal.

The pound sold off after Prime Minister May announced she has reached an agreement over the border and confirmed there would be no hard...
coinsilium

Bitcoin moves into record territory, soars above $12,000

Bitcoin moved into record territory on Wednesday, hitting $12,000 after gaining $500 since the day's open in Asia. Bitcoin is currently trading at $12,725 (1037GMT),...
coinsilium

Price of Bitcoin hits all-time high

The world's best known cryptocurrency Bitcoin smashed its previous record on Thursday, soaring above $5,000 for the first time. Bitcoin traded at $5,186 in morning trade,...

Sterling has worst week in a year as May crumbles

Sterling has been pummelled this week as a disastrous speech by Prime Minister May raised fears of further disruption in UK politics. The weak performance...

GBP/USD dumps after weak UK GDP figures

The pound fell on Friday following the release of UK GDP figures pointing to a weaker expansion in the second quarter than initially thought. In...