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Vadim Iossub

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Vadim Iossub

Senior Alpari analyst

Vadim specializes in financial market analysis and investment portfolio management on the stock market. Vadim is one of the most quoted financial analysts in Russian and CIS media. He is the author of a great number of different Forex publications and reviews in Belorussian media.

Vadim has been working with Forex since 1998 and has been working on the Russian stock market since 2005.

In 1995 he finished his studies in applied mathematics at the Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics with a degree in Systems Programming. In 1999 he completed further studies at the State Institute of Management and Social Technologies of the Belarusian State University with a degree in Credit and Finance. For his diploma Vadim wrote on the topic of “The Internet: a global computer network as a mechanism of investment and a source of financial information”. In 1994 he underwent a special course entitled “Modern Marketing and Management in Enterprise" at the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus.

In 2005 Vadim underwent a Market trader-analyst course at the Belorussian State University of Informatics and Radio electronics.

Vadim has held positions in the form of a consultant, a teacher of methods for analyzing financial markets and as a manager of stock market investment portfolios.

Vadim specializes in writing reviews on:

  1. Belorussian market:
    • Forex market;
    • Monetary policy and the banking sector;
    • Macroeconomics.
  2. International Forex market;
  3. Global economy (USA, Europe, Asia);
  4. International stock market.

Analyst's publications

03 August 2018

Metals: gold and silver

Vadim Josub

Gold is showing unusual movement

Important events for traders are occurring literally before our eyes on the gold market.

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30 August 2016

Market sessions

Vadim Josub

Oil stabilising after Yellen's say-so

After high volatility last Friday in connection with Fed chief Yellen’s speech, on Monday the price of oil has begun to stabilise. Oil yesterday was trading in a $49.0-$49.5 range per barrel of Brent and during the Asian session the price rose from $49.2 to $49.4. Tonight the API’s oil report will see the light of day.

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05 August 2016

Market sessions

Vadim Josub

China pushes to develop petrochemical industry

China must update old and ineffective production capacity, optimise its industry structure and lessen pollution to increase its competitiveness in petrochemical industries. This is according to a directive from the Chinese state council.

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04 August 2016

Market sessions

Vadim Josub

Markets await BoE interest rate drop

Stats from the EIA on Wednesday showed a 1.413 million barrel rise in US oil reserves. They were expected to fall by 1.833 million barrels. However, this had no effect on oil’s rebound due to sellers fixing profits. Yesterday Brent rose from $41.6 per barrel to $43.4. This morning has seen the benchmark trading in a $43.3-43.6 range.

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01 August 2016

Market sessions

Vadim Josub

Disappointing US GDP sends dollar plummeting

Last Friday was a consolatory one for the oil market. According to the report from Baker Hughes, the number of active oil drilling rigs rose to 374 (previous: 371). As a result. The last day of July 2016 saw the price of oil fall to $42.5 per barrel of Brent; a minimum since April. It’s likely that this was triggered by a fixing of profit by the bears. By trading close, the price of oil on Friday stood at around $43.3. On Monday morning the price of oil has continued its rise all the way to $43.7. Through this rise, all Thursday’s and Friday’s losses were won back during the Asian session.

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