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Natural Gas Prices Soar To New Heights. What Is Driving the Climb?

One of the sharpest rallies in 2021 is taking place in the commodities market. Natural gas, seen below as XNGUSD, has doubled in price since late May, and the bullish run may continue into the winter season as it is about to start in the Northern Hemisphere. Before discussing some

US Dollar Flexing Muscles Ahead Of The Fed’s Decision

The US dollar ended the previous week with a bang, rising to new heights and outpacing its main peers. The new trading week saw a continuation of this march of triumph. Meanwhile, investors are preparing for what may prove to be the Fed meeting of the year. On Wednesday, the

DAX Index To Add 10 New Companies Ahead of German Federal Election

September 2021 will surely go down in history as the month when the German DAX index went through its biggest reform to date. On September 20th, the index will expand, growing from 30 stocks to 40. One of the reasons behind the change was the need to add more companies

Eurozone Inflation at 10-Year High Ahead of the September ECB Meeting

Inflation is running hot all over the world, and the Eurozone could not differ. Ahead of the ECB meeting scheduled this Thursday, the inflation rate in the Euro area reached a 10-year high. Unlike the Federal Reserve of the United States, the ECB has only one mandate – price stability. The

Solid Jobs Report Sends the US Dollar Higher

The US dollar reversed the recent losses and closed the last week higher. Responsible for the move was the July NFP report. The market expected a positive report, but the outcome exceeded expectations. The US economy added over 940k new jobs in July. Moreover, the data for the previous month

The US Economic Growth Exceeds Expectations

The new trading month started with the market participants focusing on Friday’s NFP report. Because the Federal Reserve of the United States has a dual mandate, one that focuses on both price stability and job creation, the way the labor market performs is viewed as decisive for the future

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