After a perfect storm in Q2 will the S&P500 rebound in Q3?
U.S stock markets are on track to lock in their worst first-half performance in decades. The S&P500 is currently down over 15% in the second quarter and on track to lock in an ~20% decline for the first half of the year.
ASX200 Afternoon Report June 28th 2022
The ASX200 is on track to lock in a fourth straight day of gains, trading 36 points higher at 6742 at 3.00 pm Sydney time.
How to use Amazon to position for the rebound in stocks to extend
Last week, U.S stock markets rebounded from oversold levels supported by end of month, end of the quarter and end of financial year rebalancing flows and by softer economic data.
ASX200 Afternoon Report June 27th 2022
The ASX200 has kicked off the new week, adding a whopping 129 points to be trading at 6708 at 2.45 pm Sydney time.
Dr Copper chimes in on the recession debate
The Federal Reserve (Fed) is the central bank of the United States and operates under a dual mandate to effectively promote the goals of maximum employment while maintaining price stability.
S&P500 building for a bear market end of month rally?
The S&P500 closed 2.33% higher overnight in its first session this week as the Juneteenth long weekend provided a circuit breaker, allowing investors to regroup after U.S equity markets plunged over 10% the past two weeks.
ASX200 Afternoon Report June 21st 2022
The ASX200 is trading 94 points higher at 6527 at 3pm Sydney time and is set to snap a seven-session losing streak that has wiped over $200 billion off the local index.
Key takeaways from todays RBA communique and what it means for the AUDUSD
Following last week's mega moves by central banks, the calendar this week allows central bankers to finetune some of those shifts, starting with a plethora of communique from the RBA this morning.
How the EURUSD last week put in place a tradable low
The main job for traders this week will be to continue to digest the implications of last week’s historic moves by key central banks.
$200bn in collateral damage in one week. What comes next for the ASX200?
Heading into the release of last Friday's U.S inflation data, the market was hopeful that it would confirm that inflation had or was close to peaking. Thereby allowing central banks to ease their foot off the monetary tightening pedal.