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Daily Markets Update, 13 June

      Global Markets Rebound As Tech Rout Ends; Sterling Rises U.S. Stocks Boosted by Recovering Technology Shares   U.S. stocks were higher on Tuesday, with the Dow hitting an all-time high as bank stocks gained and technology shares rebounded from a selloff. Even after surrendering $176 billion of market value since Friday, the… Continue reading Daily Markets Update, 13 June

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Markets Overview, 16 May

    Oil extended rally supporting Asia bourses holding close to record highs. Asian stocks look stretched as they holds at two – year highs. Euro hits highest exchange against dollar since Nov 2016. European shares slip on Trump´s intelligence “sharing”.   The dollar weakened for a fifth day and the euro surged to the highest since… Continue reading Markets Overview, 16 May

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Daily Markets Update, 8 May

      France´s youngest President Macron wins over LePen extreme right Bourses , Euro mixed after positive openings Oil rebounds on Saudi extended production cuts   European markets largely brushed off the results of the French presidential election on Monday as investors had already bet on a victory for centrist Emmanuel Macron, who vowed… Continue reading Daily Markets Update, 8 May

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Daily Markets Update, 2 May

    European bourses follow positive Wall Street lead China Credit slowdown seen as threat to global growth Euro gains and Bund yields edge up as French election looms.   Futures indicate the S&P 500 will gain 1 point to 2,289.3 when trading gets under way later in the session, leaving the US equity benchmark… Continue reading Daily Markets Update, 2 May

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Emerging Markets Weekly

        Three important messages for the global economy emerged from the latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) released by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) this week: The baseline for economic growth is essentially the same over the medium term, with slightly better shorter-term prospects; the risks are getting bigger and are tilted to… Continue reading Emerging Markets Weekly

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Markets Update, 18 April

    UK Pound recovers after May Announces General Election Markets Gain Volatility on U.K. Surprise, French Elections Chinese Stocks losses add more uncertainty    Global markets are feeling the pinch of volatility fueled by the uncertainty of the political and geopolitical scenarios that are undermining investors confidence. The UK prime minister May has recalled… Continue reading Markets Update, 18 April

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Daily from Wall Street, March 13

  Turbulence in the making: A turbulent period may be in the in the making after a week that saw a strong jobs report, while the Dow, S&P and Nasdaq closed in the red. On the calendar this week: Monetary decisions due from the Fed, BOJ, BOE and SNB. Theresa May is also likely to trigger… Continue reading Daily from Wall Street, March 13