U.S. and European equities are in for a bumpy ride into the end of the year.. Two things would ensure that the Fed raises rates by year-end. First, corporate results need to show revenue growth and an improving economy in Q3. Second inflation needs to climb to 2%, which … More Is there a shock potential for the equity market’s – US/Europe.
No amount of uncertainty and bad news seems to be able to keep the financial markets down for long. Surprisingly, this market strength comes as expectations for earnings growth have persistently disappointed for years. Because earnings are the most important driver of stock prices, this has left many investors lost and confused. Many analysts attribute … More Monday stock market outlook before the bell . .
From the US, to Europe and Asia the markets are sending signals that the era of cheap money is not even near . . Bonds in the European Union had their best day since Brexit, commodities jumped for a sixth straight day as oil topped $46 a barrel.Traders piled into … More Far from ending the era of cheap money, Major indices stormed higher again
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 . .
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 . .
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..
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 ?!
From this corner’s view, this market is on the verge of falling hard, but people are not seeing it. With the market is so close to all-time highs, most are fixated on it making new highs, rather than paying attention to valuation or macroeconomic conditions, both of which present serious risks.Markets can move … More Bearish prospective of view . .
-“Everyone’s scared, “There are too many events coming up for investors to take a plunge.” that was the last sentences coming from a strategist at Toyo Securities Co. in Tokyo headquarter. Which we all will confirm the logic in it. Markets could be skittish in the week ahead as the Federal Reserve meets and investors increasingly … More Nervousness after all time high ..
The U.S. dollar weakened Wednesday to its lowest level in a month as rising oil prices supported currencies of commodity exporters and deteriorating expectations for a summer interest-rate hike drained some of the greenback’s vitality. This boosted the currencies of major oil exporters. The Canadian dollar CAD/USD, +0.0788% rose to 78.74 U.S. cents late Wednesday … More Equities continue to advance . .