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    FIBO Group wishes you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    Dear clients!

    We heartily wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We express our gratitude for you being with us! We appreciate this and do our best to make our services quality very high and trading conditions most favorable!

    We wish you luck, good news, true predictions and your trading strategies implementation in the coming year!

    We are sure that the coming year will bring you prosperity and financial success!


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    Trends in 2017

    The [URL='http://www.fibogroup.com/']FIBO Group[/URL] has prepared the trends for the first half of 2017, which will help cater for the early trading start of the coming year.

    Start 2017

    Volatility will return in the markets in the first Friday in January: The data on the labor market in the United States will be published on January 6, 2017,- which is the NonFarm Payrolls, or in the professionals' slang - the trader's salary. The labor market indicators will set the trend for the entire year. If an investor or a trader wants to use fairly transparent market opportunities, he should think about the preparations the day before. Check the status of the account, and the number of open positions.

    US Presidential Inauguration

    The inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump will begin on January 19 and will continue for three days. This is reported in the media with reference to Trump' the graph. The elected president said that on the first day in office as the boss of the the White House he intends to start on the country's exit from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. According to Donald Trump, co-operation will be more transparent and a withdrawal from the agreement will contribute to the creation of new jobs in America. In addition, to solve the problem with jobs, Trump has promised to lift the restrictions on the US production of hydrocarbons, including offshore energy and coal.

    If you imagine the overall picture of "Tramponomics", we can see a significant upward trend. The indices are updating the historical highs, and the US bond yields rise. The prospects for the next six months are fantastic, provided Trump remains in power.

    Looking forward to the story's development as early as the twentieth day of 2017.

    The US Federal Reserve's Interest Rate

    The markets are considering a 30% chance of the US Federal Reserve raising the interest rates in March. Any statistical information for the dollar will be given sufficient attention. Recall that, according to the December FOMC meeting, there are interest rate rises scheduled in 2017.

    Inflation

    For New Zealand the consumer price index is the most relevant: At the end of 2016, the Bank of New Zealand is mainly focusing on this inflation indicator: The RBNZ expected it to grow. Taking into account the Regulator's historic low interest rate, it is the CPI that may directly affect the immediate fate of its monetary policy. Recall that the RBNZ cut interest rates three times in 2016.

    Brexit true

    For the NZD the "out and about" indicator has come to en end. Theresa May has promised to initiate the UK's actual exit no later than March 2017. And you want to believe it, because the EU refuses to discuss the issue prior to the actual initiation of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. Any changes to this date could put additional pressure on the pound, which, respectively, will affect the Bank of England, which could drop to zero interest rates.

    Australian trends

    The labor market could put additional pressure on the RBA and they had no choice but to proceed with a series of monetary policy easing procedures.

    Following in England's footsteps

    Germany's parliamentary elections will be held in the second half of 2017. We can already we see Angela Merkel's opponents speculating on the subject of refugees and terrorist attacks, thus trying to eliminate her from the political arena. This question remains acute and may be a destabilizing factor for the EU.

    It is worth noting that the political calendar for the upcoming 2017 is full of events. The Foggy Albion has set the tone, so we continue to closely monitor the progress of the elections in the EU.

    The review was prepared by [URL='http://www.fibogroup.com/']FIBO Group[/URL] analyst Michael Khlestunov.


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    Overview of the key events of 2016

    Throughout the year, the [URL='http://www.fibogroup.com/']FIBO Group[/URL] shared the current news from the world of finance and the opportunities they could use in their trading. 2016 is approaching its end. A year of radical change and historically important decisions. The most significant events of 2016 are presented for your attention.

    Trump

    December 8-9, 2016, during one of the most intriguing new elections in the history of the United States of America was elected. Donald Trump, having received more than 270 needed electoral votes, was elected the 45th president of America. January 20, 2017 will be the official inauguration of the new head of the White House.

    During the election campaign Donald Trump promised to permanently abolish many of Obama's decisions, in particular "cancel and replace" the health care reform, abolish restrictions on the production of hydrocarbons, raise the middle class. Looking at the actions taken by one of the world's most famous multimillionaires, we can assume that it is aimed to fundamentally reshape the political and economic view of the world.

    The financial world has reacted quite violently to the event: The US indices (DJIA, S & P) have updated their historical highs; the US dollar has become stronger in relation to all the major currencies.

    Oil

    At the end of 2016 we can safely assign the highest rating among the other crude oil assets: the most volatile and the most speculative instrument. Through verbal interventions made by the representatives of the world of energy, quotes were soaring and falling by more than 30%. In the end, a significant step on the path of global cooperation was made on November 30, 2016: the OPEC member states agreed to reduce oil production by 1.2 million barrels per day - up to 32.5 million. This is first time since 2008 that the countries decided to take this step.

    As a result of the oil price increases, which has had a positive impact on the world market conditions. And it allows you to make money.

    Brexit

    Britain has always kept aloof in the European community. When on June 24 it became known that almost 52% voted for the UK's exit from the EU, Prime Minister David Cameron resigned, the national currency depreciated by 13% in one day, and there was an unprecedented volatility in financial and commodity markets. Britain, by the way, lost its top credit rating, from "AAA" it fell to "AA", and the Bank of England immediately cut its interest rates.

    An unprecedented disintegration event in post-war Europe caused a lot of comments: How it will affect the interests of the EU, USA and Russia.

    Flash crash

    On the morning of October 7, all the merchants of the world were short of 500 points in the GBP / USD currency pair. Such a sharp change in a split second just could not be true. Nobody believed that additional information sources had to be referred to in order to verify the information. But trading terminals around the world noted the same thing - for a few seconds an unknown trader "hit the quotes glass" so hard that the markets could not stand this pressure. Once again, the financial market has proven that it is only partly predictable and depends on many unpredictable factors. It is this "imperfection" of the market architecture that creates a precedent for similar cases.

    The US Federal Reserve Interest Rate

    The US Federal Reserve has implemented a script of "aggressive tightening". The regulator has not only raised the rate by 25 basis points, which was to be expected, but also raised its forecasts for the rate rises to three in 2017. The economic forecasts made by the members of the Federal Open Market Committee have also improved, adding to the overall picture of the finishing touch in bright colors. In other words, the market now has sufficient motivation to buy the dollar now and forever.

    The EU interest rate


    The ECB entered into in 2016 with a 0.05% refinancing rate and reduced it to a record low 0.0% as early as March 2016. This level is maintained to this day, as the main subject for the markets is the fate of the so-called QE stimulus program, which the Bank uses in parallel to the zero rates.

    Japan's interest rate

    For the first time in history, the Bank of Japan has set a negative interest rate as a measure to combat the deflationary process, which against the background of an additional and constant emission knocked down the yen by 300 points. Currently, Japan's economy benefits from a weak exchange rate of the national currency - exporters rejoice. Analysts say in one voice about the good prospects for economic recovery with the current low rate of the national currency and a negative key rate.

    New Zealand's interest rate

    In 2016, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand cut its benchmark interest rate to a record low of 1.75%. It should be noted that against the background of the 2000-2008 period, the rate was really very low (7.00% was the norm). At the same time the bank had three systematic declines this year and only the first one (March 2016) carried a surprise factor. The subsequent ones were also developing according to an already developed scenario and created opportunities for earnings.

    The review was prepared by [URL='http://www.fibogroup.com/']FIBO Group[/URL] analyst Michael Khlestunov.


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    Donald Trump’s press conference as president elect for the United States of America

    [URL='http://www.fibogroup.com/']FIBO Group[/URL] company highlights the most important events of the week. On Wednesday, January 11 Donald Trump will hold his first press conference as president elect for the United States of America. During the conference Donald Trump is going to tell the audience what he will do with his businesses and highlight his near-term plans as head of the White House.

    Let us recall that Mr. Trump made the support of the middle class the cornerstone of his election campaign. To achieve his plan he is going to make the following steps: Cancel the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement that unites 12 countries and accounts for more than 40% of the world economy, to reduce taxes for mid cap companies that will definitely encourage the flow of capital to the USA. He also plans to carry out structural changes in the hydrocarbon extraction sector (oil/coal/gas) and pharmaceutical sector.

    This information will be available on Wednesday evening 11.01.2017 and could be used to gain with [URL='http://www.fibogroup.com/']FIBO Group.[/URL]

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