Growth fears strain sentiment

By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM Asian shares and US equity futures flashed red Tuesday morning despite the overnight rally on Wall Street. Investors seem to be on edge, adopting

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Snap, crackle, pop!

By Jeffrey Halley Snap, Crackle, Pop! may bring back memories of breakfast cereals, but for Snap Inc their quarterly guidance was more of a dog’s breakfast. Snap’s stock price went snap, crackle,

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Wild week ends

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

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Tech gloom quickly fades

By Craig Erlam Stock markets pushed higher again on Thursday, with the Nasdaq taking part this time after Tesla reported strong figures for the first quarter. The doom and gloom following Netflix

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ECB’s unhelpful ambiguity

By Craig Erlam European stocks edged higher Thursday ahead of the long bank holiday weekend; ending the week not far from where they started as investors mull the latest policy decisions, inflation

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ECB unconvinced by RCB transformation

Clearly, the transformation of RCB into an asset management company was warranted by sanctions against Russia and Russian interests following Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Initially, the bank tried to evade these sanctions

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