Category Archives for Macro

Weekly Economic Review – President Trump swiftly implements his economic and political “promises”.

Stock markets in most of the world were positive this week. US indices rose on average by 1.2% and reached new highs. The average index for Europe rose by 0.1%. The average index of Emerging Markets rose

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Trump Era Has Began

New US President and markets await the new policies of his administration. The world’s leading index traded moderately negative trend this week. US indices fell on average by 0.3%. European indices

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This Year Just Opened On The Right Foot!

The global equity markets showed surprising resilience to many challenges that accompanied 2016. Led by fears of a slowdown in China and its impact on the pace of global economic growth in January, the

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A Volatile Civil Year Comes To An End.

World stock markets were relatively stable this week. US leading indicators rose slightly by 0.3% on average, European indexes rose on average by 0.45% and the bloc of emerging market countries fell by

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The Fed Signaling a More Restrictive Policy From the Expected

Last week was stable in the US stock indices, while Europe and Japan recorded increases of between 2% and 4%. However, when on the one hand, an increase in tensions between China and the United States

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