The 2016 Democratic National Convention has confirmed Hillary Clinton as the party’s presidential candidate. This marks the first time a female has led a major party ticket, and now Clinton will try to become the first female to lead the nation when America votes for its 45th president this fall.. Hillary Clinton and Republican Presidential hopeful Donald … More Couple of vehicles to pay attention, if Hillary Clinton become a president . .
In total, 15 central banks are scheduled to meet this week. The Bank of Japan’s rate decision is due on Friday local time and will be closely watched for any hints of more easing in the face of a stronger yen after the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union and a slowdown in the … More Busy week of earnings and Central banks meetings . .
We can consider the previous week very lucrative for the U.S. equities and futures.., Standard and Poor 500 marked high levels after high levels in combine with the others Indices like Dow Jones . . the Dollar index strengthen after good economic data and this make the commodity sector went south of heaven . … More Quick overview before Monday’s bell..
In Japan, we see locals buying the dollars and selling the yen, adding that the trend had likely accelerated in the run-up to yesterday’s news that Soft-Bank Group Corp. 9984, -10.32% was making a $32 billion bid for U.K.-based chip-designed ARM Holdings PLC ARM, +40.87% using sterling.
In a bullish market condition’s and low-yield territory for the bond market’s, equities continue to swing higher, although marking new high level’s after high’s . . Let’s don’t forget that is earning month and stock’s move usually in a group and driving the hole particularly industry to new high point’s . . That been said let’s … More In a time of Bullishness – vehicle’s on the run . .
Well, it is not such a difficult question to answer, the central banks. Also in a economic situation like now when the yields in the bond market are in negative territory and mixed with some geopolitical turmoil that drives the equity markets higher and higher. Investors are seeking for lucrative asset’s and they could be … More Who pushed the stocks to the highest level..?!
The S&P 500 Index is notching new all-time highs on a nominal basis and — as of this writing — the Dow Jones Industrial Average isn’t far behind, led by a motley group of defensive names that will continue to prosper in the third quarter. As impressive as a new record on the S&P 500 might … More Earning session Q3 . .
The American equity benchmark topped its intraday record from May 2015, extending a rally sparked by jobs data that boosted optimism in the world’s largest economy. Emerging-market assets surged on bets U.S. rates remain low this year. Japanese shares advanced the most since February and the yen fell for the first time in a … More Der Krieg . . . Stocks vs Bonds ?!
Today’s article is more a geopolitical than financial, which some trader’s and investor’s will found boring, but let’s agree on one point that the political situation now in the Union is the generator of the financial change’s and turmoil in the stock markets in globally point of view.. European Union leaders … More Alianza, Multinational-free trade area..
How I used to said in some of mine previous post.., – “All gold everything “. As we expected after the votes in the United Kingdom most global market’s went south of heaven and deteriorated the price’s and value’s of almost every asset which could be traded in the stock market. … More Highway straight in “Safety Haven”mode . .