2020 T2 W6

MARKET MOVERS Paul Huang US-China tensions China has imposed a new security law for Hongkong which allows Beijing to override the Hong Kong judicial system. In response to China’s imposition of new security law, the US house of representatives has passed a bill that penalizes banks for conducting business with Chinese officials associated with the … Read more

2020 T2 W5

MARKET MOVERS 29th June Samuel Soo Spike in COVID-19 in Australia, China and the U.S. Victoria confirms 41 new cases of Coronavirus in a day, NSW records 6 new cases, just as restrictions are loosening. U.S. records 45,000 new cases of COVID-19 on June 26, single largest increase in the pandemic, exceeding highest of 36,400 new … Read more

Breaking Into The Finance Industry As a Non-Business Student

By Yash Kalwani– 24 June 2020 Daniel’s background as a computer science studentDaniel studies computer science student at Imperial College London, and was a quantitative analyst intern at a hedge fund in London. One of his many interests besides coding, gaming, and weight lifting is helping and teaching non-business students about the business world and … Read more

Day in the Life of a Senior Accounts Manager at TRADEMAX

By Will Liu– 24 June 2020 What is Simon’s current profession?Simon works as a senior account manager at Trademax, an up and coming forex broker with operations worldwide, having branch offices located in all key financial industry hot spots. Trademax’s main base of operation remains in the Asia-pacific region and has expanded since their founding … Read more

2020 T2 W4

MARKET MOVERS Wendy Le RBA Gov Lowe Speaks – Monday 22nd June 9:00 am  With Australia slowly recovering from the effects of COVID-19 and the removal of most restrictions, hints about the future of monetary policy in Australia would likely affect the strength of the AUD. Governor Philip Lowe’s speech may provide some clues that … Read more

2020 T2 W3

MARKET MOVERS Victor Shen Core Retail Sales (USD)   Tuesday 16th June 11:30 pmPartly supported by last month’s astoundingly positive job data, US core retail sales are forecasted to rebound from last month’s abysmal -17.2% to about 5.5%. Coupled with further easing of restriction, US economic outlook is looking more positive. CPI m/m (CAD) Wednesday … Read more

2020 T2 W2

MARKET MOVERS Wendy Le ECB President Lagarde Speaks (EU)   Monday 8th June 11:45 pmThe European Central Bank tends to drop subtle hints about future monetary policy or interest rate changes during the speeches. With the EU slowly recovering from the coronavirus, any indication of monetary policy stabilizing ensure bullish continuance for the Euro. CPI m/m … Read more