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Monster Beats Do Not Impress As Stocks Sink
A slew of BIg Tech earnings last night handily beat forecasts but investors were unimpressed with forward guidance and pushed stock index futures sharply lower in Asian and European session trade.
Stocks Resume Slide As Virus Rages
Equity markets were lower once again as lockdown fears gripped Europe amidst a worsening COVID spread that threatened to impair the continent’s biggest economies.
Markets Flatline After Yesterday’s Rout
Markets were essentially flat in Asian and early European trade after a steep sell-off yesterday as investors kept a wary eye on the dual event risks of the US election and rising COVID cases on Europe and North America.
Virus V. Earnings – How The Week Sets Up
A very distinct risk-off mood to the start of the week as investors woke up to grim news that COVID cases were rising to record highs in Europe and the US with France’s caseload expected to hit 100,000 infections per day sometime this week.
Risk Bid As Stimulus Talks Approach Deadline
It’s been a very quiet night of trade in the markets with FX essentially marking time but equities remained bid with Nasdaq futures up by more than 50 basis points as investors still anticipated some positive news on stimulus talks in Washington DC.
Risk On Starts The Week
Equities were higher by nearly 1% and Cable pushed towards the 1.3000 mark as investor sentiment turned positive on the possibility of a stimulus deal in DC and renewed movement on Brexit negotiations.
Can The US Consumer Power The Recovery?
It’s been a quiet night of trade on the last day of the workweek with equity futures basically flat and FX pairs stuck in 20 pip ranges.
Aussie Double Whammy – Rate Cuts And Risk Off. 6500 In View?
Markets were under pressure in Asian and European trade today with Nasdaq futures down more than 2% at one point as investors sentiment soured after it became clear that no US stimulus would be coming before the election next month.
Is The Market Too Complacent On Cable?
Equities continued their steady climb higher in Asian and early European trade with both Nasdaq and S&P higher by about 50 basis points but currencies were essentially flat in listless quiet trading.
Will Gamma Squeeze End In Tears?
It was a mixed night of trade in Asian and early European dealing with Nasdaq futures markedly higher while both S&P and Dow remained flat.
Volatility Dies As Investors Still Hope For Stimulus
It’s been a very quiet night of trade in Asian and early European sessions with equity futures mildly up but essentially treading water as investors continued to hope for some sort of a stimulus deal before the election.
Post Debate Stocks Rally; Kiwi Goes Negative?
Stock index futures were higher by 70 basis points in the wake of the Vice Presidential debate as neither candidate landed a knockout blow and equity investors continued to bet on a Biden win and the prospect of a large stimulus.
Trump Tweets Fuel Risk On Flows
Stock index futures were higher by more than 50 basis points while risk FX gained ground as well will USDJPY rising through the 106.00 figure as risk-on flows dominated trade in Asian and early European trade.
Markets Slide On Profit Taking; Tech Concerns
Markets were mildly lower in morning European trade with tech-heavy Nasdaq hit the most on fears that some of the biggest companies in the industry may face greater regulatory scrutiny.
Markets Jump On Trump Recovery, But Data May Matter More
Markets were up in Asian and early European trade encouraged by the fact that President Trump’s COVID infection appeared to be under control and the US would not need to consider the transfer of power under the 25th Amendment.
Trump Has COVID Markets Drop
President Trump has tested positive for COVID sending US equity futures down by more than 1% as investors feared that his illness could bring further turbulence to what is already a highly contested and acrimonious election campaign.
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