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Friday night saw Wall Street nominally put in a strong final session for the week with the Dow advancing for the 10th session in a row, but it was all relative as the broader S&P500 remains stalled as...
US consumer confidence surprised to the upside overnight, with new house sales and durable goods orders also lifting unexpectedly, staving off rumors of an imminent US recession. This was enough to...
Last night saw US stocks breakdown at the end of the session as the debt ceiling shenanigans in Congress ended in deadlock again. This came after the USD lifted again with all the major currencies...
Wall Street failed to recover its gains at the end of the session overnight with scratch sessions abiding as European stocks were closed due to the May Day holiday. Asian bourses are looking to open...
Wall Street had another down session overnight although the NASDAQ was able to bounce back on Microsoft earnings as risk sentiment turns sour despite a big lift in durable goods orders. This sent the...
A lack of risk taking continues to dominate the trend of Asian stock markets today as overnight leads remain mixed at best. US and European stock futures are down slightly with the USD remaining...
Wall Street again finished dead flat overnight as earnings concerns mounted while European shares suffered a similar fate as the USD firmed somewhat against the majors. The Australian dollar remains...
Wall Street finished dead flat overnight as earnings concerns mounted while European shares rebounded on a poorer than expected ZEW sentiment survey. The Australian dollar lifted on the release of the...
Friday night saw Wall Street break the trend and pull back slightly as other bourses finished a strong trading week. The USD remains on the ropes against almost all the undollars, with Euro hovering...
Risk market volatility remains high in the wake of the Credit Suisse (SIX:CSGN) drama that saw European shares lose 3-4% across the board while Wall Street almost got out of it unscathed. The USD came...