By Edward Moya US stocks have been struggling for direction all week after a mixed bag of earnings was accompanied with economic data that supports the idea that the economy is weakening.
By Jeffrey Halley Markets were quiet overnight ahead of a deluge of tier-1 earnings, data, and the US FOMC policy decision over the rest of the week. Equities, currencies, oil and precious
By Craig Erlam A quiet start to what will otherwise be a lively week in financial markets, with particular focus on the US as the Fed meets Wednesday and big tech report
By Jeffrey Halley Wall Street did another U-turn overnight, finishing lower as the dearth of tier-1 data and the pre-FOMC media blackout left the FOMO gnomes chasing their tails once again. Wall
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