Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Gets a Shakedown from the EU. Is Ireland Next to Bail? “Total political crap.” That’s how Apple CEO Tim Cook described the European Commission’s ruling that the iPhone maker must pay 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion), plus interest, in back taxes to Ireland, its longtime European host. Meanwhile, the island-nation is … More 7th of September – Apple’s Day . .
Even if you are moving slow it’s better than not moving at all . . The long-awaited American jobs report did nothing to break the tedium of U.S. markets. The S&P 500 Index hasn’t seen a 1% move in either direction … More Things get stuck in a rut , Investors are guessing where are we heading for . .
And so, here we are at the first day from September, summer vibes fading away and it’s time for busy and long working days , as well in the stock market things are about to get pretty fast busy and remarkable .. One article that I have red from this morning express exactly … More September: Things are about to get busy . .
Japan’s economy struggling to escape its deflationary torpor, the economic-revitalization plan that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe launched in 2012 has come under growing scrutiny . Japanese equities has plunged from the huge interest of buying the currency from different sources, for example the Chicago Mercantile Exchange shows substantial interest in the yen. The yen has … More Abenomics .. Japanese deflationary torpor . .
In the global wide search for yield, U.S. stocks are still attractive . . The Federal Reserve’s two officials did their best Friday to convince investors interest rates will likely rise by the end of the year, waking stock-market bears from hibernation. But the … More Is this the calm before the storm on Wall Street . . ?!
Inflation in U.K. rises to the highest level since 2014. The import cost boost to four year top on clear evidence that the Sterling is droping againts other major currencies. Consumer-price growth picked up to 0.6 percent from 0.5 percent in June, showing the data comming from the Office of National Statistics in London. … More First sign’s of inflation after Brexit . .
In the near term, the market will monitor very closely the movement of the U.S gasoline and crude stock prices. Expectations for higher crude demand in the second half of 2016, coupled with a decrease in availability, are leading analysts to conclude the current bear market is only temporary, and oil prices will rise later in the … More Shake off that Deja-vu : Energy sector . .
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..
As we already step-up in the Digital age the technology has put some pressure in several branches of the world economy . . Likewise we are speaking for pressure and deteriorating in some sectors the banking sector in the European Union is starting to shaking all over the place (sarcastically told), also with the … More Quick outlook for the banking sector in EU . .
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.