Comments on the CBOE Volatility Index.
Investors have arrived in full force to exploit the opportunity to sell the euro at its highest level since November 2016, with the EUR/USD now appearing at risk to dropping back below 1.09 after briefly climbing above 1.10 when the markets opened for the week following confirmation of Macron becoming the new President of France.
French say “no” to populism and “yes” to a united Europe following a similar trend in Austria and The Netherlands over the past six months.
Comments on the Dollar, the euro and WTI crude.
The U.S. dollar and Treasury yields across the curve bounced higher after the Fed signaled that a June rate hike is still on the way.
In Europe, equities were buoyed by corporate earnings and optimism over Emmanuel Macron winning the second round of the French Presidential election.
Sterling is ahead of official Brexit negotiations, and today’s Federal Reserve meeting.
World stocks hit a record high on Wednesday after strong earnings and the prospect of tax cuts for corporate America boosted U.S. shares and the euro held on to recent gains as political concerns in France ebbed.
Predictions for the outcome of the French presidential elections and Trump’s first 100 days in the White House.
World stocks hit record highs on Tuesday, with investors' relief at centrist Emmanuel Macron's victory in the first round of the French presidential election supported by speculation about U.S. tax reform.