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Tomasz Wisniewski

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Thursday night and Friday morning brought us a coordinated attempt of a bullish reversal on many instruments. Interestingly, this upswing is present on both safe havens such as gold as well as more...
Our update today will be short and sweet because the vast majority of the instruments we’ve been commenting about are moving in the anticipated direction. Markets are still falling as governments fail...
The weekend was a mood killer for the risk-on camp. On Monday we saw a global sell-off of risky assets and another escape towards cash – reducing liquidity – and safe-haven assets. On Tuesday and...
You’d think traders deserve a calm weekend after the panic selloff that we experienced in February but the market has a totally different opinion on the matter. Monday has started with massive bearish...
A lot of people are wondering why the euro has been surging in the past few weeks. Coronavirus is spreading heavily across the Old Continent and nobody really have a strong plan how to stop it. What...
Today, we prepared a cross-market analysis, where we will analyze one index, commodity and forex pair. Thursday starts with a cooldown on the major instruments. The volatility is decreasing and the...
Monday starts with a reversal attempt on the major Futures Markets across the globe. As we pointed out earlier, all eyes are not on the Central Banks. Investors are nervously looking at the...
This week on global stocks was absolutely brutal. We dropped from almost all-time highs to the lowest levels since October. Almost 4 months of rises wiped out in a week. That has to hurt. On the Forex...
World indexes are facing a dynamic situation. We wrote a piece about DAX and S&P 500 on Monday, when the sell-off was just after the take-off. Bears did not lose the momentum on Tuesday and...
Coronavirus outbreak in South Korea and Italy, boost the two main safe-haven currencies on the market: CHF and JPY. On the yen, this strengthening is against the main bearish trend seen on the charts...