I really don’t like to repeat myself, but let’s mentioned again that when the debt is cheap, equities are expensive and if we add some couple of good economic reports from the biggest country’s most of the bond trader’s start searching for healthy bargains in the equity sector. Logically, this is one of … More Banking sector.. potential vehicle’s for trading
The U.K market FTSE-100 is trading near record high, but unfortunately or foreign investors, the sharp drop in the British pound would have erased all of their profits, and then some. When a country’s largest companies earn most of their income abroad, those earnings are amplified when translated back into a weaker home currency. FTSE members … More A rally in the U.K stocks . .
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
The Bank of Japan shifted the focus of its monetary stimulus program Wednesday, seeking flexibility to manage its side effects while strengthening its commitment to stoking inflation over the longer term. The central bank said it would move away from a rigid target for expanding the money supply, while seeking to control bond yields across … More Bank of Japan : Shifting policy framework to targeting yield curve
Federal Reserve unlikely to raise rates after disappointing data A string of disappointing results on the U.S. economy in the past several weeks has all but ensured that interest rates will remain ultra-low for consumers and businesses for another few months. Federal Reserve meet this week to debate … More U.S markets drift lower, except those 3 giants . .
We make money, So you don’t have to . . Wall street Fiscal conservatives might be close to an “I told you so” moment. Critics have long blasted the indefinite reign of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing program, which has created a headwind for lending institutions. Notably, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump weighed … More Banking sector – “The big 4”
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 . .
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 . . ?!