Heads-up News 

Frankfurt Trading Session Heads Up Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Frankfurt opening news digest

Six Housing Markets At Risk Of Another Correction

The soaring housing markets of the United States, Sweden, Canada, Norway, Australia, and the United Kingdom are at risk of another correction that could turn into a crash in some of these markets.


Pluralsight Plans To Go Public On Nasdaq As ‘PS,’ Shares Growth And Widening Losses In S-1

Pluralsight has filed its public S-1 with the SEC, revealing growing revenue, widening losses and a surprise largest shareholder as the company approaches an IPO.


Crude Oil Prices Snap 5-Day Win Streak, Eye Inventory Data

Crude oil prices broke a five-day winning streak as worries about the conflict in Syria dissipated. The spotlight now turns to incoming inventory flow statistics.


Why Doesn’t VIX Equity Volatility Spill Over to FX?

Why Doesn’t VIX Equity Volatility Spill Over to FX?


Elevated GBP/USD Can Probably Go Higher Yet

GBP/USD has put in some impressive gains but, with the matket still skewed to the short side, it could have more to give if risk


Australian Dollar May Recover Losses on Chinese First Quarter GDP

Even though the Australian Dollar took a hit on in-line Chinese GDP, and softer industrial production data, AUD/USD may soon find itself pushing higher amidst


Crude Oil Prices Eye $71 and EURUSD Bears are Biting Their Nails

Crude oil price forecasts may rise towards $71 where multiple wave relationships sit. EURUSD Elliott Wave analysis shows bearish patterns remain while below 1.2476.


New Zealand Dollar May Fall Against its Canadian Counterpart

The New Zealand Dollar may soon find itself depreciating against its Canadian counterpart. However, a few things need to play out first before committing short.


Limited Dollar Response to Trump FX Manipulation Tweet, Oil Falters Despite Syria

Limited Dollar Response to Trump FX Manipulation Tweet, Oil Falters Despite Syria


Asia AM Digest: Trump Sinks USD, Singapore Dollar Faces China GDP

President Donald Trump sank the US Dollar as he accused China and Russia of devaluing their currencies. The Singapore Dollar and Malaysian Ringgit face China’s


Facebook is probably tracking you whether you use it or not — and it doesn’t really give you a choice

Facebook tracks both non-users and logged-out users when they visit other sites. Non-users can’t opt out, but Facebook says it won’t target ads at them.


‘I’m going to destroy you’: Employees who worked at YouTube say violent threats from volatile ‘creators’ have been going on for years

Some YouTube’s videographers take out frustrations on company’s employees


Facebook must face class-action lawsuit over facial recognition: report

A federal judge allowed a class-action lawsuit against Facebook Inc. to proceed Monday, according to a Reuters report. The suit challenges the social-


Tesla temporarily shuts down Model 3 production

Tesla Inc. TSLA, -3.04% has halted Model 3 production for four to five days, according to a report from Buzzfeed late Monday. The temporary shutdown c


Why Doesn’t VIX Equity Volatility Spill Over to FX? (Quick Take Video)

Talking Points: • The equity-based VIX exploded through the first quarter as extreme inactivity led to a normalization to the same extreme extent • While the…


Limited Dollar Response to Trump FX Manipulation Claims, Oil Falters Despite Syria

Talking Points: • Despite Friday evening’s missile launch into Syria, risk trends seemed unfazed to start this new trading week • President Trump tweeted out…


Cheer Up


“If you can count your money, you don’t have a billion dollars”.
(J. Paul Getty)


Image courtesy: www.profitf.com

Have a nice trading!

Share This:

Related posts