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Instacart IPO: Everything you need to know about Instacart
Grocery delivery service Instacart has exploded in popularity since its 2012 launch, capturing more than half of the US online grocery market. Here’s an overview of the business ahead of the Instacart IPO.
US open: Stocks full further as stagflation fears grow
Stocks are extending yesterday's steep selloff as slowing growth and rising inflation fears hammer the market.
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Gold: Now or Never
With everything going on in equities space, gold may finally rise from the ashes and shine
Safe Havens: What are they and why do they matter?
Exposure to safe haven assets provides a mechanism for investors and traders to ride out financial storms, whether through defensive plays in stocks, commodities or currencies.
Two trades to watch: EUR/USD, DAX
EUR/USD rises ahead of minutes from the ECB meeting. DAX falls as inflation and growth fears rise.
ASX200 Afternoon Report May 19th 2022
The ASX200 has plunged, to be trading 108 points lower at 7075 at 3.15 pm Sydney time.
European Open: Bears eye the DAX after it fumbles its breakout
We were hopeful that DAX could break trend resistance, yet the turn in sentiment shows it was not yet to be. For now, at least.
ASX200 trims losses after the lowest AU jobless rate since the 70s
With all the bearish news in recent months, it's easy to lose sight of the positives that emerged post the pandemic. Australian labour force data released this morning showed the unemployment rate fell to 3.9%, its lowest level since the 1970s.
Soured sentiment keeps AUD/JPY on the ropes
Concerns that the US is headed for stagflation weighed on sentiment yesterday, which has placed AUD/JPY back onto our bearish watchlist.
USD/ZAR near key technical level ahead of SARB
If the SARB raises rates less than expected or if the statement is less hawkish than expected, the pair may break higher.
Canadian inflation remains excessively high. What does it mean for USD/CAD?
The Canadian CPI print confirmed what the markets had already expected: that inflation continues to rise and will force the BOC to raise rates further.
US open Stocks fall, retailers are hit by rising costs
After a strong close on Tuesday, stocks are set to fall on the open today as inflation fears and weak earnings hit market sentiment.
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?
EUR/USD: Will record high inflation and hawkish ECB underpin euro?
It looks like a July rate hike is firmly on the table and negative rates will soon become a thing of the past.
A guide to the different types of shares: ordinary shares, preference shares and non-voting shares
Companies can offer a variety of different types of shares, which come with different rights and benefits for shareholders. Find out what the differences are between each group of shares.
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Two trades to watch: EUR/GBP, Oil
EURGBP edges higher after UK inflation data. Oil rises amid optimism over Shanghai COVID cases.
ASX200 Afternoon Report May 18th 2022
The ASX200 is trading 60 points higher at 7173 at 3.15 pm, looking to lock in a fourth straight day of gains after a wicked rebound on Wall Street overnight.
European Open: Fed Evans thinks they need to go beyond ‘neutral’ rate
Hawkish comments from Fed Reserve member Charles Evans saw the US dollar catch a bid early in the Asian session.
AUDUSD slumps after soft wages data and fears of new lockdowns in China
After the RBA Minutes noted yesterday that members had considered a 40bp rate increase at the May meeting, the focus for traders this morning was firmly on Q1 AU 2022 wages data - seeking clues as to the size of the RBA's next rate hike.
US Retail sales beats (for now), Nasdaq looks set to mean revert
We suspect the Nasdaq can break its 6-week bearish decline, and better than expected retail sales may have provided an early catalyst.
ECB members turning more hawkish. But do markets believe them?
The ECB is providing more hawkish comments while the BOE is less sanguine due to slow expected growth.