The financial markets continue to expand and become more complex, with new players joining the banks in the ever-evolving system.
Recent events around the globe like trade wars are indicators that the world's financial market is headed toward a crash.
The bull market is at its longest yet while Bitcoin remains unchanged, silver and gold do well, and oil rebounded strongly this week.
The U.S. dollar might be at a stagnant place for the rest of the year.
With the U.S. dollar soaring sharply and others such as Turkey’s lira falling, we are heading for another currency crisis.
Dow Jones can be expected to continue its upward trend in the coming months after closing higher last week while gold slides lower.
The U.S. economy is on the verge of a market crash. Meanwhile, Asian markets continue to gain with the ongoing trade negotiations between China and the...
The four-month decline in gold and silver could mean that their prices are nearing their bottom, and the precious metals are ready to rebound.
Bitcoin was down again for the week by 8 percent, with most cryptos shedding 15 percent to 30 percent.
Let's look at the impact world leaders have on the forex markets and how news about them influence currency prices and search interest.