The end of global tightening

By Edward Moya   US stocks rallied Thursday after recession risks eased following better-than-expected GDP data. ​ The data was good news that was able to send stocks a little bit higher, but

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Earnings dampening the mood

By Craig Erlam   Equity markets are back in the red on Wednesday, as investors appear to prepare themselves for a disappointing earnings season for Big Tech. The last few weeks may turn

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Choppy trading

By Craig Erlam   Equity markets were largely moving lower on Tuesday, reversing part of Monday’s gains in what remains quite choppy trade. Earnings season will continue to dominate and so far, there

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A big week of earnings

By Craig Erlam   Not the most eventful start to the week, but that’s unlikely to last with earnings being a particular focus in the coming days. This is likely to be one

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It’s going to be a bumpy ride

By Craig Erlam   It’s been another eventful week and one that serves to remind us that while there may be more sources of optimism this year, compared with last, it’s going to

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Central bank warnings

By Craig Erlam   It’s been a solid start to the year for equity markets, but that optimism appears to be fading as policymakers queued up in Davos to push back against market

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Markets pushing back

By Craig Erlam   Equity markets are a little softer on Tuesday as investors await more earnings from the U.S. and closely monitor events in Davos. Stocks have had a strong start to

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Eyeing Davos and earnings

By Craig Erlam   A relatively muted start to the week amid lighter expected trade due to the US bank holiday, with Europe and much of Asia posting small gains. It’s been a

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Earnings to spoil the party?

By Craig Erlam It’s been another lively week in financial markets and one in which investors have become increasingly hopeful that 2023 won’t be as bad as feared. In a way, the

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