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Opinions from Neil Wilson

Wed, 23 September 2020

Morning Note

Broad rally for equities as UK goes for lockdown-lite, Tesla fails to spark, precious metals under pressure

European markets rose 1% in early trade on Wednesday, extending mild gains from the previous sessions following the steep selling on Monday. Yesterday, the S&P 500 rose 1%, and the Nasdaq climbed 1.7%, whilst markets across Europe were a little more mixed with London and Frankfurt higher but Paris lower. Today sees solid bid across sectors and bourses with a slate of manufacturing and services PMIs in focus.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Tue, 22 September 2020

Morning Note

Stocks attempt rally after selloff, sterling down on Bailey remarks, Kingfisher enjoys DIY boom

Stock markets firmed in early European trade but remain battered and bruised by yesterday’s sell-off as fears of a second wave of cases and new lockdown measures dealt a blow to risk sentiment. Selling pressure has been building for some time and the dam broke yesterday.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Mon, 21 September 2020

Morning Note

Bank shares tumble on FinCEN files, travel stocks sank by lockdown fears

September blues continue: European markets shot lower in early trade on Monday after US stocks fell for a third week in a row – the first such sustained decline in a year. The FTSE 100 headed under 5,900 and the DAX gave up the 13,000 handle as risk aversion spread across equity markets. The FTSE 100 plunged more than 2.5% lower to test the big September lows – the weakest since May – at 5850. On Friday the S&P 500 broke down at the 50-day simple moving average and closed at its weakest since early August. 

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Wed, 23 September 2020

Morning Note

Broad rally for equities as UK goes for lockdown-lite, Tesla fails to spark, precious metals under pressure

European markets rose 1% in early trade on Wednesday, extending mild gains from the previous sessions following the steep selling on Monday. Yesterday, the S&P 500 rose 1%, and the Nasdaq climbed 1.7%, whilst markets across Europe were a little more mixed with London and Frankfurt higher but Paris lower. Today sees solid bid across sectors and bourses with a slate of manufacturing and services PMIs in focus.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Tue, 22 September 2020

Morning Note

Stocks attempt rally after selloff, sterling down on Bailey remarks, Kingfisher enjoys DIY boom

Stock markets firmed in early European trade but remain battered and bruised by yesterday’s sell-off as fears of a second wave of cases and new lockdown measures dealt a blow to risk sentiment. Selling pressure has been building for some time and the dam broke yesterday.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Mon, 21 September 2020

Morning Note

Bank shares tumble on FinCEN files, travel stocks sank by lockdown fears

September blues continue: European markets shot lower in early trade on Monday after US stocks fell for a third week in a row – the first such sustained decline in a year. The FTSE 100 headed under 5,900 and the DAX gave up the 13,000 handle as risk aversion spread across equity markets. The FTSE 100 plunged more than 2.5% lower to test the big September lows – the weakest since May – at 5850. On Friday the S&P 500 broke down at the 50-day simple moving average and closed at its weakest since early August. 

Written By:
Neil Wilson

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