Posts Tagged ‘FTSE 100’

Will risk aversion be the trend of 2014?

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Risk aversion for currency trading
In this week’s recent Forex trading developments, it seems that risk aversion is on the minds of most investors.

There are several factors to consider when examining how online Forex markets may respond in the weeks ahead.

First and foremost, the next few days will be rather quiet in the United States. However, the presidents of the Chicago and Richmond subsidiaries of the Federal Reserve are said to be speaking soon. Many online Forex traders feel that they may hint that the latest round of QE asset purchases will be slowing.

Fears of UK Triple-Dip Recession Could Cause Stock Market Slump

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

UK economy recessionOnline forex trading investors will no doubt have been relieved by the stock market’s positive start to 2013 but now fears of a triple-dip recession in the UK could risk reversing the gains made and force the market back into a nose dive.

On the back of recent uncertainty in the Eurozone caused by the Cyprus bailout and growing fears of economic catastrophe in Slovenia, the UK’s continual teetering on the brink of recession is causing concern among traders and recent gains on the stock market have already begun to fall away.