FX.co ★ Forex Humor. A look at the Forex market with Humor

Inevitable events like market turmoils, losses, as well as risky and unsuccessful trades are able to dampen traders’ spirits. Sometimes a human brain just needs to be distracted and relaxed. In this case, humor comes to the rescue. There is an opinion that if you can laugh at your failures, you are able to accept them and move on. Humor acts as a psychological shield against stress: a person instantly forgets all misfortunes. The Forex Humor section provides the latest news on the stock market with colorful caricatures.
Sort by:
publication time
publication time

US risks losing its oil buffer

The efforts of the Biden administration to reduce global commodity prices could go in vain as the United States risks losing its cushion reserved for oil shocks, The Wall Street...

Russia no longer China’s top oil supplier

Russia is no longer the top supplier of crude oil to China, the latest data from China’s General Administration of Customs indicates. Despite a large discount offered by Russia...

Largest wave of debt may drown global economy

Economists raise concerns that the US dollar's strengthening causes a threat to the global economy. USD is holding higher ground while its satellite currencies are losing grip. The world...

Crypto market to be gripped by bearish sentiment

According to analysts at Fairlead Strategies, the bearish trend in the crypto market may persist if bitcoin dives below $20,000. If so, BTC may slide down to the support level...

Chancellor Kwarteng unveils new economic plan for UK

On September 26, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng announced a new stimulus plan to support the economy. The presented fiscal plan sets out a new approach...

Energy scramble in Europe to intensify

Experts at US-based publication OilPrice assume that reduced energy supplies amid tougher anti-Russian sanctions and halted gas supplies via Europe's key routes will provoke the bloc's desperate fight to solve...

IMF: global economy in distress

According to the International Monetary Fund’s gloomy forecast, global economic growth could slow down to 3.6% through 2022/23. The IMF downgraded its forecast due to escalating geopolitical jitters. The IMF’s...

Dan Eberhart: great US shale machine hits wall

Since the very beginning, the development of the US shale sector has been fitful. It has already suffered a period of zero profitability caused by low oil prices as well...

US Fed fighting inflation at expense of other countries’ welfare

No matter whether the US dollar is weak or strong, it poses a threat to the global economy. Analysts of any caliber always come up with their reasoning...

Rio Tinto faces opposition from US authorities over copper mine

Copper miner Rio Tinto has recently been engaged in a dispute with US authorities over land above a copper reserve. The key point of the dispute is that the deposit...