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Stocks Head Lower As Coronavirus Fears Dominate
A mixed close on Wall Street saw the Dow Jones and the S&P close in the red, whilst the tech focused Nasdaq surged to yet another record high.
Economic Recovery And Stimulus Hopes Overshadow Covid Numbers
Optimism surrounding the economic recovery and more stimulus is overshadowing a record daily increase in US COVID-19 numbers, the return to lockdown for 5 million Australians, and elevated US – Chinese tensions.
Stocks Lower Ahead Of Chancellor's Summer Statement
The mood in the market remains depressed on Wednesday as coronavirus concerns coupled with geopolitical tensions drag on risk sentiment.
Stocks Start Week With Gains
Economic recovery optimism is in full swing as the new week kicks off overshadowing concerns of rising covid numbers and second wave fears.
Vaccine Optimism Boosts Stocks, NFP Up Next
An injection of optimism from vaccine news has spurred stocks higher, attention will now turn to the US labour market.
Strong Data Offset By Rising US Coronavirus Numbers
European bourses are pointing to a move lower on the open as trading in the second half of the year gets underway.
Stocks Point Lower As UK Q1 COVID Damage Worse Than Forecast
Europe is looking towards a mildly negative start as investors continue to weigh up rising coronavirus figures against signs of global economic recovery and rising US-China tensions.
Stocks Drop As Virus Spreads. Brexit Talks Begin
Markets have kicked off the week in a depressed mood amid gloomy coronavirus developments, overshadowing vaccine developments and encouraging data from China.
Rising US COVID Cases To Keep Risk Sentiment In Check
After a strong close on Wall Street, European stocks are looking to play catch up, although grim coronavirus statistics and growing fears over a second wave will keep risk sentiment in check.
Risk Off As Coronavirus Numbers Surge Knocking Economic Recovery Hopes
Risk off sentiment continues to grip global equities amid surging coronavirus cases, global trade tensions and a stark downgrade from the IMF to economic projections.
Europe Expected To Drift Lower As Reopening Optimism Fades
Reopening optimism is showing signs of fading with European stocks pointing to a lower open following a day of strong gains.
Europe Points Higher After China Trade Mix Up, PMIs Next
After some whipsaw action in the Asian session as the White House’s stance on China was thrown into confusion, the waters have calmed and Europe is pointing higher.
Europe Points Lower As Second Wave Fears Increase
European bourses are pointing to a weaker start as fears of rising coronavirus cases drag on sentiment.
Risk Aversion On Persistent Second Wave Fears, BoE Up Next
Fears of a second wave of covid-19 derailing the fragile economic recovery is dragging stocks lower. BoE in focus as central bank expected to increase asset purchase program by £100 billion.
Stocks Surge As Stimulus Keeps Coming, UK Unemployment Holds At 3.9%
There is a lot to like as the European session gets underway, Fed & Trump stimulus, Brexit optimism, UK unemployment remaining at multi decade lows.
Second Wave Fears Hit Risk Sentiment
Investors are waking up to the threat of a second wave and the damage that it could cause to the global economic recovery.
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