30The Asian session will only have two economic releases for today. With both being located in the Asia continent, traders are sure to be keeping a watchful eye on both
30With global market fears taking a step back, crude oil futures are back on the rise. Equity markets are returning to the black – with European stocks considerably higher than
30Given today’s surprise tidbit regarding the Swiss franc, the market is in a tizzy over a potential for a franc/euro peg. Speculation arose after the Swiss National Bank Vice President
30Major currencies are higher on the day as the dollar falls on a US stock market rebound. Commodities are also faring better – with the lone exception of the gold.
30With crude oil trading back to an eight-handle, the commodities markets seem poise to move higher – assuming this morning’s Dow Jones open is more than a profit taking rally
30SNB Vice Pres. Thomas Jordan dropped the franc with simple idea: A temporary peg to the euro. The franc’s strength has been a continuing problem for the SNB as they
30The US employment story is once again at the forefront of today’s session. Although a few weeks back traders saw a trend of decreasing jobless claims, this week is another
30European session releases will run thin today, with only a handful of economic announcements slated for the session. The first of which will be German wholesale inflation figures. Germany’s wholesale