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The day ahead will see markets attempt to recuperate from a hefty sell-off on Monday with Microsoft and Caterpillar, HSBC and BP among the companies reporting Q3 results.
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The day ahead will see two US corporate behemoths Intel and Coca-Cola report Q3 results while the lack of US stimulus puts the spotlight on weekly jobless claims.
Chinese markets have been on a tear. We discuss what it has to do with Joe Biden and list some examples of China stocks to trade.
A setback in Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine trials and the IMF warning of a ‘sharp adjustment’ in financial markets was enough to see stocks turn lower and the dollar catch a bid.
China's currency jumped by the most since 2016, Rolls Royce stock has doubled this week while oil prices rise more on Norwegian strikes.
As we approach the 2020 Presidential election, it’s worth remembering what we just endured/enjoyed in financial markets under President Trump.
The price of Bitcoin got a boost from payment company Square buying $50 million in BTC, the Turkish lira dropped and the Dow Jones finished at its highest in a month.
News that US President’s Trump could be released from hospital today and his highly criticised ‘drive by’ seems to have done the trick easing fears of election disruption.
The Tokyo stock exchange just had an outage that stopped trading all day. What plans do you have for trading if major stock markets like the NYSE shut?
An updated weekly analysis of the price action across stock indices, including the S&P 500, SMI, FTSE & DAX.
Washington is guiding the latest moves across markets. For now, the hope of further stimulus is trumping uncertainty about the handover of power in November.