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Markets Update, 5 July

    European shares rise on hints of tariff relief. Hawkish Fed on the lookout for recession but economy Strong BoE Carney tells Trump: Escalation of trade war will hurt US most.     Stock markets in Europe and the U.S. advanced on Thursday as reassuring economic data from Germany and a report that its… Continue reading Markets Update, 5 July

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Markets Update, 10 April

      China Standoff Easing: Risk-On mood. Bonds are not Buying it: Risk-Off. Wall Street opens higher as tech stocks gain. Asian Stocks Rally.     With trade war fears easing after the overnight speech from Chinese president Xi, US markets have opened sharply higher. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is currently 390 points… Continue reading Markets Update, 10 April

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Markets Daily Update, 23 January

  Growing Trade War Fears Weigh on DoJ Stock Climbing slowed, Bonds Advance Bank of Japan: No end to Stimulus Trump to Rise Trade Tariffs 2018 Market Rally Goes On Futures for the S&P 500 Index edged lower and the dollar strengthened against the euro and pound as traders also digested President Donald Trump’s first major move… Continue reading Markets Daily Update, 23 January

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Daily Markets Update, 8 January

      Stocks on  Rally Mood Before Earnings. 2018 Started on a High Note Inflation Bets increasing as Economy  Complacency Alarm fro Global Economy?     U.S. equity futures pointed to further gains ahead of the open in New York. The rally in global equities pushed on, with European stocks following Asian markets higher… Continue reading Daily Markets Update, 8 January

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Wall Street at Breakfast

Today’s Markets In Asia, Japan -1.6% to 16956. Hong Kong -0.3% to 20761. China -0.1% to 2914. India +0.2% to 26714. In Europe, at midday, London -0.7%. Paris -0.7%. Frankfurt -0.6%. Futures at 6:20, Dow -0.3%. S&P -0.3%. Nasdaq -0.3%. Crude -1.6% to $48.32. Gold +0.1% to $1218.60. Ten-year Treasury Yield flat at 1.83% Tuesday’s… Continue reading Wall Street at Breakfast

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Wall Street at Breakfast

All Awaiting Yellen´s talk Global Markets Flat On Low Volumes, Oil Slides Markets heading into a three-day weekend in the U.S. and with a key speech from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen on tap. The Fed chief is due to speak at Harvard University in her first public appearance in a couple of months. Most… Continue reading Wall Street at Breakfast

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Wall Street at Breakfast

  Oil Breaks Through $50 since Nov´15 Futures on the S&P 500 were up 0.1% Stoxx 600  unchanged Latest Oil disruptions and  growing demand from China and India continue to push oil prices higher, with Brent crude (NYSEARCA:BNO) pushing through $50 per barrel in London trade, and WTI crude (NYSEARCA:USO) just pennies shy of that level in… Continue reading Wall Street at Breakfast