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Thu, 22 October 2020

Morning Note

Stocks move lower, IAG suffers dire quarter

European stocks fell and headed to break out of recent ranges with the downbeat mood attributed to the mix of fading stimulus hopes in the US and rising coronavirus cases and restrictions on this side of the pond, as well as the anticipated noise and volatility around the US election.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Wed, 21 October 2020

Commodities

Cryptos rally on PayPal news, Sterling jumps on Brexit hopes

Bitcoin rose to its highest level in over a year, hitting levels not seen since July 2019 after PayPal said it will enable cryptocurrencies on its platform.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Wed, 21 October 2020

Morning Note

Stocks falter after Wall Street rallies, yields eye break out

European stocks were weaker on Wednesday morning after a mixed session the day before. The FTSE 100 hovered around the 5,900 level in early trade before retreating to 5,850.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Tue, 20 October 2020

Morning Note

Stocks drift lower, Netflix earnings on tap

European markets closed lower on Monday despite the firm open; the FTSE 100 ending –0.55% at 5,886 and the DAX off –0.41% at 12,855. The Euro Stoxx 50 declined 0.12% to 3,241. All are treading their well-worn ranges.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Mon, 19 October 2020

Morning Note

European stocks rally; all the usual narratives

Vaccine hopes, stimulus rumours Brexit risks, earnings optimism– choose your narrative and apply it accordingly. The truth is the major indices are not really going anywhere right now.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Sun, 18 October 2020

Week Ahead

Week Ahead: Tesla and Netflix top Q3 earnings season bill

Earnings season on Wall Street revs up this week with Tesla due to report its Q3 results after delivering a record number of vehicles during the quarter. Meanwhile Covid top pick Netflix will update the market on its quarterly earnings performance and subscriber additions. Elsewhere the data is quite light this week with the focus on the flash PMIs on Friday.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Fri, 16 October 2020

US Presidential Election

Race for the Senate: The Key Battlegrounds

As this election cycle enters the final stretch, the battle for the upper chamber will become increasingly prominent. No matter who resides in the White House come 2021, the success or failure of their term will largely rest on the Senate’s shoulders

Written By:
Helen Thomas

Fri, 16 October 2020

Forex

Sterling down on PM’s no deal noise

Sterling fell sharply on comments from PM Boris Johnson calling for the UK to prepare for a no-deal exit in January and accusing the EU of not negotiating seriously. Johnson stressed that a Canada-style free trade deal was all the UK ever wanted, but that it had become clear from the EU summit that this was not acceptable to the other side.

Written By:
alecmalloy

Fri, 16 October 2020

Morning Note

European stocks bounce, ‘Spoons shares sink – Comment

European stocks took a beating yesterday but bounced well in early trade on Friday. Dead cat bounce? Not so sure – we’re still just trotting over well-worn turf and there is not any real momentum on either the upside or downside.

Written By:
alecmalloy

Thu, 15 October 2020

Morning Note

Stocks slide as markets look to Brexit deadline, more Covid restrictions

“I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.” Douglas Adams, meet Brexit talks. Time is relative, so are deadlines. The Oct 15th deadline was a bargaining chip – talks are expected to continue for now despite ramping of no-deal preparations.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Wed, 14 October 2020

Equities

US bank earnings quick take: BoA losing interest – Comment

Interest rates seem to be the emerging story of this quarter’s bank earnings. Q2 was all about trading income and loan loss provisions; Q3 is all about the collapse in net interest income.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Wed, 14 October 2020

Blue waves & green stocks: US election predictions trigger renewables stocks frenzy

Predictions of a Democrat victory in the upcoming US elections have prompted investors to hit renewable energy stocks in force.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

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