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Market Commentary—15/10/18

October 15, 2018 /Claudio Cirillo

Stocks: The US stock market continues to experience declines as warnings of higher borrowing costs persist on a medium-long horizon. Additionally,  Big Tech and Netflix have also suffered a decrease in future expected cashflows so they are currently trading at a lower price. The S&P 500 and DJIA recorded a loss of 4 percent last […]

Market Commentary—11/10/18

October 11, 2018 /Felip Biji

Stocks: A sharp drop in US stocks is causing tremors in Asia and Europe. Major share indexes in the United Kingdom, Germany, and France fell by more than 1% during early trading, the lowest level since the start of February 2017. Dow is expected to open down by 274.74 points. Nasdaq is taking a hit […]

Market Commentary—10/10/2018

October 10, 2018 /Guney Kaya

Stocks: Stocks had a sharp rise this morning, but as they couldn’t hold onto these levels, they then slowly declined with minor losses: the S&P500 slipped 0.1 percent and the Dow 0.2 percent. NASDAQ closed barely positive. Most of the major tech companies had a good day, energy stocks plumped, while the defense sector went […]

Market Commentary—09/10/2018

October 9, 2018 /Dora Cordero

Stocks: In Europe, the FTSE 100 dipped 0.4 percent and the DAX by 0.6 percent, the lowest in about six months for both indexes. Meanwhile, Nikkei is down -1.32% and futures on the S&P Index declined by 0.5 percent. The mood, in general, is grim, with the IMF doing little to improve investor confidence. On […]

Market Commentary—07/10/18

October 8, 2018 /Hamza Ahsan

China’s central bank injects more cash into the banking system to tackle slowing economic growth by cutting reserve requirement ratios, freeing up Rmb750bn ($109bn) of capital following a fall in exchange reserves from $3.09tn to $22.7bn in September as a consequence of the US-China trade war. This reflects China’s position in this trade war and […]