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European Open: Gold holds above $1800 (for now)
Gold saw a false break of 1800 on Friday. The last time that happened in May, it marked a 6-week low.
Where next for Tesla stock as markets brace for tough Q2?
Tesla’s delivery numbers are set to take a temporary hit as disruption in China, supply chain woes and a slow ramp-up at its new factories all weigh on production.
China’s manufacturing and services sectors expanded in June
Data from NBS (National Bureau of Statistics) expanded for the first month in four as lockdown restrictions were eased.
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Micron Q3 preview: Where next for MU stock?
Micron shares have been swept up in the broader selloff in stocks this year but is still delivering impressive growth accompanied by a bullish outlook.
European Open: Gold remains rangebound, $112 pivotal for WTI
Gold remains stuck in a choppy range which makes it more appealing for range-trading strategies, whilst WTI has risen to a 5-day high and probes a key resistance zone.
Another US business sentiment report flashes red ahead of the ISM
The Texas Fed Business Outlook Survey is the latest regional report for the US to send warning signals for the US economy.
European Open: 7300 in focus for FTSE bulls
Equity markets continued to rally in Asia as we approach the quarter end. And with futures markets also pointing higher then perhaps they can help the FTSE make it was to 7300.
European Open: DAX sits at key support ahead of the German IFO report
We’re watching how the DAX holds up for today’s IFO report – given it saw ‘no signs of a recession’ in May and markets now fear a global recession.
Recession stocks: How to invest during a recession
Recession fears have contributed to the global selloff that has hit stock markets in 2022, but how should investors respond and what stocks could provide some shelter from the storm?
European Open: Volatile trade for yen pairs, PMI’s up next
The Japanese yen was broadly higher overnight on comments from a former FX and a report showing foreign investors fled the bond market last week.
The Fed’s mention of a recession weighs on oil prices
With global growth downwardly revised and the Fed being more open of a recession, lower oil prices and its impact on inflation expectations is a key theme to watch.
European Open: Sentiment falters ahead of the open
US futures and Asian indices partially handed back some of yesterday’s gains and oil touched a 1-month low as yesterday’s optimism shows early signs of petering out.
The S&P 500 may have bounced, but the backdrop remains bleak
The S&P 500 rallied as a retracement gets underway. But that doesn’t change the fact that the bigger picture remains bleak for the bull camp further out.
BlackBerry Q1 preview: Where next for BB stock?
The freeze on BlackBerry’s patent sales and a lack of investment limiting growth at its cybersecurity division are both set to overshadow strong growth from its IoT unit.
European Open: US traders return, FTSE and DJI in focus
US traders are to return to their desks today after a 3-day weekend. And the biggest question we have is whether we can see some sort of relief rally, after the recent drubbing.
Tesco share price dips on signs inflation is changing consumer habits
Tesco has warned that it is starting to see customers change their shopping habits as the cost-of-living crisis starts to bite.
European Open: Volatile trade on the yen as the BOJ stand pat
There was some trepidation ahead of today’s BOJ meeting given the excitement of the FOMC and SNB this week, as evidenced by the yen’s volatile spike when the BOJ did nothing.
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When a 75-bps hike is still a baby step – US Housing data in focus
The Fed delivered their well-telegraphed 75-bps hike and left the door open for another one in July. Whether it can tame the inflationary beast remains debatable.
How to day trade forex: Introduction and strategy
Day trading is a short-term trading strategy and involves making trades over the course of a few minutes to a few hours. Here, we look at what day trading is and how it can be applied to forex.
European Open: GBP on the ropes, second Scottish Referendum resurfaces
High inflation, weak growth and unfavourable yield differentials have continued to weigh on the British pound. And talk of another referendum have not helped.
Tesco Q1 preview: Where next for the Tesco share price?
How will Tesco perform as rampant inflation not only makes consumers more cost-conscious but also squeezes profitability?
Turbulence turns to panic as investors seek to de-risk (BTC, SPX)
There’s a subtle yet big difference between ‘risk-off’ and ‘de-risking’, in that the latter means investors also offload their safe havens as they flock to the safety of cash.
Ashtead Q4 earnings preview: Where next for the Ashtead share price?
Ashtead is set to report strong double-digit growth as it bounces back from the pandemic, with tight supplies and rising demand pushing up the price of its equipment.