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Donald Trump caused the market shock

Even though the tension has decreased, the European and Asian markets suffered heavy losses. The man behind it is the same individual who made the US markets grow – Donald Trump.

West Texas oil manufacturers ready to thwart OPEC plans

OPEC, Russia and other big manufacturers might aid to move oil prices back to $60 per barrel or more with a new extraction deal, but that would also be a green light for U.S. shale drillers.

China plans to spend over $100 billion on the One Belt, One Road initiative

China plans to spend more than $100 billion to finance projects from the „One Belt, One Road” strategy, aiming to strenghten the world’s second larget economy’s global influence and boost the trade between China and its partners.

Russia and Saudi Arabia suggest more cuts to oil production into 2018

Saudi Arabia and Russia announced that they might extend oil production cuts into 2018.

Is Tesla a typical bubble?

Hedge fund manager David Einhorn expressed his predictions that markets are too zealous about Tesla expanding electric-car sales as stockholders put their faith based on nothing Elon Musk.

Oil still under pressure

Oil prices continued to suffer damage on Thursday, as oversupply concerns overshadowed expectations that major suppliers would agree to extend extraction cuts to try to rebalance the market.

Europe’s political normalization won’t change ECB policies.

Political anxiety has begun to pour in the euro zone after the Dutch general election and, more recently, the first round of the French presidential election. However, European politics are still a problem and it is too early for the central bank to mull over increasing interest rates.

Victorious Macron makes Europe feel relieved

The first round of tthe presidential elections in France didn’t end like its US counterpart, nor Brexit vote. The first round was won by Emmanuel Macron with 23.9% result (after counting 97.3% votes). Perceived as the Euro threat, Marine Le Pen recorded 21.4% of all ballots.

What will happen to oil prices?

Just a few weeks before the OPEC meeting, some fears about price going below 50 USD per barrel have surfaced.

Analysts predict gold to reach 1350 USD by the end of the year

Even though gold lost just 0.64% to the dollar, the upcoming French elections, newly snapped UK elections and North Koreas situation may spur investors to buy more stable assets like gold.

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