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Live Analysis
Equities have gained further interests in the past month. Not only did the recent headlines on the front of trade war have given risky assets a good push, but also the recent ECB guidance have been contributing to that positive trend ...
01.10.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ
Live Analysis
A historic full vote in the U.S. House of Representatives that might changes the US cannabis industry forever will happen later this month. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, a Maryland Democrat, plans to put the SAFE Banking Act to a...
18.09.2019
By بيتر روزينسترايش
Live Analysis
The developing situation in Hong Kong has profound historical significance. Not since Tiananmen Square have civilians so publicly challenged China’s autocracy. How this will affect the special relationship between China and Hong Kong ...
13.09.2019
By بيتر روزينسترايش
Live Analysis
Today, FX traders are now intensely focused on UK. Like a car-crash its hard to take your eyes off the chaos. PM Johnsons masterful strategy to shorten parliament’s chance to define Brexit, was pure political theatrics. Opposition cou...
03.09.2019
By بيتر روزينسترايش
Live Analysis
Despite fears of a substantial loss in momentum due to declining manufacturing activities, and, consequently, declining growth amid a 13-month long enduring trade discord, Chinese tech companies remain strong in the 2H:2019, beating e...
20.08.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ
Live Analysis
Despite hopes of a spate in initial public offering for the second half of the year, one has to consider that uncertainties due to the resurgence of trade tensions are expected to stay high following the introduction of additional tar...
15.08.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ
Live Analysis
The summer holiday lull seems to be coming to an end. Keywords like trade war, currency manipulation or global economic slowdown appear predominantly in market headlines as the US stocks market faced the worst trading day of the year ...
06.08.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ
Live Analysis
The earnings season turns out to have been more constructive than market participants had initially assumed. The S&P500 closed July at +1.30% and has risen 14% since the beginning of the year despite the Fed's blurry forward guida...
05.08.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ
Live Analysis
Global growth is slowing. The primary culprit for this is the impact that geopolitical uncertainty, specifically trade tensions, is exerting on business sentiment. The drag has materialised as weakening global capex growth and unsettl...
30.07.2019
By بيتر روزينسترايش
Live Analysis
After a brief flirtation with “normalization” global central banks are now decidedly dovish. Likely to re-embark on a global easing cycle, starting with FOMC July 31st meeting. While the Fed has been the most public reversal in policy...
23.07.2019
By بيتر روزينسترايش
 
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