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Daily Markets Update, 20 June

        Fall in Oil Prices Weigh: European Stocks and U.S. Futures lower on Oil Price drop British Pound drops on S&P Rating Outlook.     European stocks gave up gains as a slump in commodities including oil and copper dragged down miners and energy shares. Shares of drilling and oil service companies… Continue reading Daily Markets Update, 20 June

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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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Daily from Wall Street, March 31

    EU Draws a tough position on Brexit ahead transition deal S&P Futures, Global Stocks Fall:  economic and political uncertainty   EU leaders are preparing a tough opening stance in Brexit talks, explicitly stating that Britain must accept the bloc’s existing laws, court, and budget fees if it seeks a gradual transition out of… Continue reading Daily from Wall Street, March 31

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Insight: BCE Cuando el dinero barato Ayuda a los Inversores en Bonos y no a los que necesitan Credito

  Los bancos de la Eurozona tomaron prestado mucho mas de lo esperado en la ronda final de la llamada TLTRO  – operaciones de refinanciacion a largo plazo-  233 mil millones de euros. La LTRO financia a cuatro años en condiciones muy favorables a bancos con el fin de poner a disposición de empresas y… Continue reading Insight: BCE Cuando el dinero barato Ayuda a los Inversores en Bonos y no a los que necesitan Credito

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Markets Update, March 23

      Global Stocks up slightly before US Healthcare Vote     Global Stocks picked up slightly on Thursday ahead of the Health care reform sensitive vote in the U.S . which would be used as a proxy or barometer of the reforms and future policies of the  Trump administration. European stocks climbed steadily… Continue reading Markets Update, March 23

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Daily from Wall Street, March 16

  Fed Signals It Is Entering New Phase Dollar steady after sharp losses following Federal Reserve’s cautious stance Treasury yields nudge up after post-Fed slid  S&P 500 futures just shy of record as FTSE 100 hits new peak Euro trades near five-week high, Bund yields jump, after Dutch reject populists Sterling bounces after Bank of… Continue reading Daily from Wall Street, March 16

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Erdogan tiene otro triunfo en la mano contra Europa

    En el conflicto que la UE mantiene con Turquía, el asunto de los refugiados puede estallar en cualquier momento. Pero existe un segundo riesgo al que se enfrenta Europa. Y es uno que resulta familiar, según  WELT n24 Que tiene Turquía que económicamente nos puede afectar? Hasta ahora la ´respuesta era una: los… Continue reading Erdogan tiene otro triunfo en la mano contra Europa