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Burberry FY preview: Where next for the Burberry share price?
Burberry is set to have recovered well following a tough few years but its strong set of results could be overshadowed by fresh Covid-19 disruption in China.
US open: Stocks point to a mixed start, growth fears persist
US stocks are set to open mixed after a steep selloff last week, Concerns over Chinese growth rise.
Reddit stocks: what meme stocks are trending?
Reddit has become a hub for social-media driven traders and investors that have proven their ability to move the markets, injecting huge volatility into stocks like GameStop and AMC. But what stocks are grabbing attention on Reddit today?
China's slowdown intensifies. We buy the dip in USDCNY
At the recent FOMC meeting, Chair Powell signalled that follow up 50bp rate hikes were likely at the June and July meetings. This means we are now just four weeks away from the Fed’s next 50 bp hike and two weeks away from the start of QT.
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Gold eyes bounce around $1800 as stocks remain volatile
gold has been a victim of a strong US dollar and rising bond yields, making this non-interest-bearing commodity less appealing for yield seekers.
What is market capitalisation, and is it a good measure of success?
Market cap is a measure of a stock’s total value, calculated by multiplying outstanding shares by the current share price. Let’s examine everything you need to know about stock market caps, including the market capitalisation formula, why it’s used and more.
Two trades to watch: FTSE, EUR/USD
FTSE falls after disappointing Chinese data. EUR/USD falls ahead of Eurozone economic forecasts.
ASX200 Afternoon Report May 16th 2022
The ASX200 is trading 25 points higher at 7100 at 3.15 pm Sydney time, 50 points below its morning high after weak Chinese economic data inflamed growth concerns
European Open: Reality check for risk as China data misses
Data from China clearly pointed the wrong way and knocked sentiment, but news that Shanghai is aiming to reopen threw in a degree of support.
Where are the tail risks for this weekend's Australian Federal Election?
The Australian Federal Election is just five days away. Both polling and betting markets have the ALP well ahead. As illustrated by Brexit, Donald Trump’s election in 2016 and the Australian Federal Election in 2019, polls are not fool proof.
Weekly COT Report: Metals continue to get hammered
The strong dollar and lockdowns in China have continued to see traders take a bearish stance on metals over the past four weeks.
Week Ahead: Focus shifts to the consumer as volatility continues
Can the consumer hold up the economy despite rising inflation?
Bitcoin: Is the regulatory shoe about to drop on crypto?
In the short term, regulation poses a significant risk for the broader crypto markets, and even stalwarts like Bitcoin and Ethereum are unlikely to be spared...
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