By Craig Erlam It’s been another wild ride in the markets this week, but indices are on course to end it roughly where they started. There has been a lot to digest
By Craig Erlam Equity markets stabilised a little in the middle of the week, with big tech earnings failing to steer them significantly one way or another. It’s been a mixed bag
By Jeffrey Halley The Ukraine/Russia conflict has suffered some headline fatigue of late, and more than a little complacency by the world’s financial markets, as China’s slowdown fears grabbed centre-stage. The economic
By Craig Erlam Tuesday was a mixed day that saw European indices slip a little into the red, while Wall Street enjoyed better returns of more than 1%. US equities managed decent
By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity Following a shorter trading week in which equities declined, commodity prices shot up and US 10-year Treasury yields hit a new three-year high, US
By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity Last week saw risk assets climb, with the S&P 500 gaining 1.6% as investors rushed to buy the latest dip in equities. The better-than-expected
By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity January has been a month to forget for many investors after hundreds of billions of dollars were wiped out of equity and bond markets.
Stock markets will be mixed this week as investors brace for the crucial Fed meeting and rotate towards value stocks, according to the chief executive of a leading financial advisory and fintech.
By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity Last week was painful for investors, especially those with portfolios heavily tilted towards tech stocks and speculative assets like cryptocurrencies. The S&P 500 declined
By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity Inflation risks, US Big Tech earnings, ongoing Delta ‘Plus’ Covid concerns, and the upcoming ECB meeting are all on investors’ radars this week. Stocks