Geopolitical Events

NAFTA – What Happens Next
May 12, 2017

NAFTA - What Happens Next The North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA) came into effect on 1st January 1994 and it formed one of the World’s largest free trade zones.  It laid down the foundations for a strong economic growth for the United States, ...

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What You Need to Know About Brexit – by Klavs Valters, GO Markets
March 7, 2017

Brexit 23rd June 2016 – the day the people of United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, it’s a day which will go down in the history and will always be remembered. The margin by which people voted to leave was not big (51.9% voted to lea...

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Why Brexit is Not a Black Swan
July 29, 2016

The 7.95% downward move on the British Pound (GBP) on the back of the Brexit vote was definitely one of a kind. The black line in the chart below shows the daily closing prices for the cable all the way back to 1975. The red line is the daily net ...

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Brexit Impact on Global Markets
June 29, 2016

The Trading Strategies You Need to Consider to Capitalise on the Increased Volatility The Brexit Impact on Global Markets was incredibly strong. Many believed that Brexit would never eventuate, particularly when polls and analysis led many to think ...

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The Aftermath of Brexit – Point & Figure Analysis
June 29, 2016

Aftermath of Brexit Today we'll take a look at the aftermath of the Brexit vote using point and figure analysis. As we begin to process the magnitude of last week’s ‘Brexit’ vote, it is important to understand that we are still not of the woo...

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Brexit Aftermath Rolls On
June 28, 2016

Upcoming News »   Day One EU Economic Summit EUR »   10:30pm Final GDP  USD »   12:00am CB Consumer Confidence USD Brexit aftermath rolls on. On the back of David Cameron's resignation more MPs have stepped down in the wake of Friday...

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Brexit: A fork in the road for Europe
May 30, 2016

What is it all about? The term ‘Brexit’ is simply a play on words combining ‘Britain’ and ‘Exit’, similar to the term describing Greece’s intention to leave the European Union (EU) otherwise known as ‘Grexit.' On Thursday, 23 June ...

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What Currency Should an Independent Scotland Use?
March 13, 2014

With the referendum on Scottish independence fast approaching, the debate as to what currency an independent Scotland should use is becoming hotly contested. Should Scotland Say Goodbye to the Pound? Independence would mean the creation of a new, unt...

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