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Market’s Ponder If The COVID Rebound Is Done
Its been a very quiet rangebound night of trade with a slight risk-off tone in equities while currencies remained moribund as well with most market participants in wait and see mode as fresh catalysts were absent.
Risk Off Pervades As Markets Seek Stimulus
Its been a quiet night of trade in Asia and early European opening with risk-off flows dominating dealing as equity indices were lower by 50 basis points while currencies were flat on the day.
Is Bad Economic Data Actually Good For The Pound?
Risk on flows persisted in Asian and early European trade with stock index futures slowly pushing higher as Nasdaq crossed the 11200 marks by mid-morning London dealing.
Stocks Stabilize; Cable Hits A 2 Month Low
Risk appetite returned to stocks tonight especially the Nasdaq index which was up more than 0.60% in early London trade while currencies were quieter with cable sliding to fresh two month lows.
Volatile Week’s Open As Myriad Risks Weigh
It’s been a very volatile open to weeks trade with equity futures down by as much 2% as COVID and political risks weighed on the markets with cable also seeing a lot of selling pressure.
Markets Tread Water USDJPY Defies Flows
It’s been a very quiet night of trade in the capital markets with equities slightly higher while FX was essentially flat.
Ahead Of Fed – Its Risk On
Equity markets were mildly higher ahead of the FOMC rate decision later today as traders anticipated the Fed to remain accommodative providing further support for stocks.
China’s Recovery Helps Risk On Trade
Chinese data provided a boost to equities in late Asia and early European trade with stock index futures higher by 30 – 50 basis points while FX remained steady in a generally quiet session with little additional newsflow to move prices.
TikTok Rally Unwinds A Bit But Risk-On Kicks Of The Week
Equity markets were higher at the start of week’s trade boosted by news that TikTok may have reached an agreement with Oracle but were off their best level by mid-morning European trade as sentiment remained cautious.
Stocks Resume Slide, Will ECB Stay Dovish?
Markets were choppy in Asian and early European trade with equities first selling off then rallying to come back to even as traders squared up ahead of the ECB meeting later today and the latest unemployment claims data from the US.
Stocks Rebound; Cable Sinks As Markets Try To Stabilize
Equity markets stabilized and finally caught a bid after a few days of heavy selling with Nasdaq up 2% in early European trade while in FX cable continued to be pressured lower on fears that the UK was abdicating international agreement.
The Important NFP Of The Year
After falling further in Asia stock index futures stabilized in early European trade and rose by 50 basis points ahead of the important US Non-Farm payroll later today.
Can Jobs Data Maintain The Market Rally?
Markets were treading water in Asia and early European trade with stock index futures flat to negative as investors digested the massive recent gains that pushed indices to record highs.
Euro Takes A Beating; Equities Hit Fresh Highs
Equities continued to soar to fresh highs in Asian and early European trade driven by momentum buying from yesterday’s US session as investors remained hopeful that the worst of the COVID induced slowdown is over.
Stocks Pop To Fresh Highs But Are Buyers Balking?
Stocks raced to fresh All-time highs on the open of trade in Asia on continued optimism about the “reopening” trade but indices stalled in choppy European trade with London closed for a bank holiday.
Will Powell Move The Market?
Its been another quiet night of trade in the markets with mild risk-off overtones as equities traded slightly lower ahead of a key speech by Fed Chair Jerome Powell.
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