Get the latest economic news and learn what to watch in the financial markets this week
US stocks recovery, surprises in currency market, downtrend in crude oil and uptrend in gold prices – stay tuned and follow the latest stock market news with Capital.com.
Stocks tanked, the IMF feels the market is bloated and a Brexit agreement seems a mirage. Is it all doom and gloom from here?
Read about the effects of the US employment report. Trade CFDs on USD, stocks and oil.
Discover the latest on EU, UK, and Japan’s financial releases and stay updated on the commodity and stock markets.
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In a disappointing year for crypto traders, the market continues to struggle amid talk of Goldman Sachs plans to drop crypto trading desk.
The week’s market update shows a positive sentiment for the US economy as a whole, with the dollar holding strong.
Get up to date on this week’s market news and learn the latest on the US stock market highs.
As Turkey’s economy dips, traders are watching to discover how the latest lira results will affect the world markets.
Chief Market Strategist David Jones talks through the market highlights this week, including the Putin – Trump meeting, UK High Street Stress, the latest oil prices and more.
Could Bitcoin be set to rise again? Is oil on the up? Learn more about the latest market highlights with Capital.com’s David Jones.
This week David Jones, Capital.com’s Chief Market Strategist, reveals the impact of Brexit on the UK’s stock markets. He also discusses Trump’s UK visit, oil prices, US earnings season and more.
Traders frustration is coming to an end with Bitcoin gaining back its volatility.
Discover trading psychology with David Jones! In this article, we are breaking down some of the most common mistakes made by traders. Read if you have ever tried trading against the trend, risking too much on one trade, taking profits too quickly, letting losing trades run or trading with no plan.