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Mining stock recovery remains distant
China’s economy shows signs of stabilisation though industry views reveal pessimism
Market Brief: The latest Kudlow bounce
Stocks are buying the White House’s latest blast of trade optimism, though bond markets are reserving judgement
Glencore’s cobalt drag will linger
The miner and commodity trader has gone back in the good-old-bad-old days on a failed cobalt bet
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Tariff war and domestic politics weigh on the FTSE
The FTSE is trading just below the flat line embroiled in concerns over domestic politics and global trade disputes.
FTSE flirts with the flat line
The FTSE is flirting with the flat line this morning, opening marginally higher only to dip slightly and then come back again.
FTSE opens almost flat as earnings pull in different directions
The FTSE and European indices opened close to the flat line this morning, somewhat directionless as company earnings pulled in two different directions and Chinese news and data cancelled each other out.
Stock of the Day: Glencore faces fork in the road
Glencore has posted its best annual results in years.
Strong Earnings and Mixed Labour Data pick FTSE off its low
The FTSE opened lower on Wednesday, taking its lead from Wall Street overnight, which ended in the red for the fist session in 7 days. In a sea of red on the FTSE board, miners and banking stocks were standout performers following marker pleasing results from Lloyds and Glencore.
Glencore's electric dreams aren't for now
There’s no going back now, for Glencore, and that’s a good thing
Idea of the Day: Glencore poised to outperform as oil slumps
What: crude oil has fallen sharply in today’s session and has made a fresh low for 2017. The crude oil price has generally had a torrid few months, and Brent crude oil has fallen $10 since the end of May. For those of you who trade oil, it is worth looking at the stocks most correlated to the oil price.
Equity Market Movers: 31st May 2017
Global markets were fairly quiet at the end of the month, the FTSE 100 closed down less than 0.1%, after making an earlier failed attempt at a new record high. “Sell in May and go away”, so the saying goes, but not this month. Although it ended on a whimper, May has wrought some decent returns for the FTSE 100, which has risen more than 4%. Across the Atlantic gains were slimmer, the Dow rose less than 1% over the month after the Trump slump. Although there were significant inflows into European indices, the Eurostoxx index actually fell over the course of the month.
Crude, commodities stabilise; outlook remains bleak
Commodity prices have been more stable since Wednesday. Gold is now up for the third consecutive day, copper has halted its decline and oil is […]
S&P 500 set for positive start on last day of bad quarter
European and UK stocks are trading sharply higher on this last day of what has been a bad third quarter, raising suspicion that the markets […]
DAX: short-covering trims losses for European stocks
After yesterday’s sharp sell-off on Wall Street and the follow-up selling in Asia Pacific, which saw the Japanese Nikkei suffer its biggest drop since that […]
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