Pandemic, quarantine, vaccines, the growth of the IT sector, antitrust litigation of technology corporations, the explosive success of Tesla, and, of course, Brexit - these are our most significant events of the year.
The beginning of March is quite a lively time for investors - as always, in fact. We are expecting the meeting of OPEC where important decisions are to be made, talks inside Brexit, and lots of statistics. Enjoy.
The last week of January will be at least interesting: Brexit is coming, though it was hard to believe we will ever see it. The Fed will make its decision about the rate, as well as the Bank of England.
The discussions of Brexit and the reactions of the pound have long been most vivid. The problem seemed on the verge of solving but alas, the decision is postponed again. The pound is nervous because of Brexit complications, and its perspectives are directly connected to the upcoming end of the drama.
This week is promising to be rather active for capital markets. We are expecting the statistics, the sessions of Central Banks and watching the Brexit soap opera.
The end of September and the beginning of October are not going to be too stressful in terms of the news: planned events able to influence the key assets are rather few, while the macroeconomic statistics are abundant.
The one but last week of September is going to be rather calm for capital and currency markets; everything we were waiting for has already happened. The time has come for consolidation and forecasts of the nearest future.