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Gaming stocks 2022: Your guide to the top video game stocks

After a stellar few years, the video game industry looks set for a slowdown. But which gaming stocks might outperform the sector? Find out here.

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Private companies vs public companies: what are the key differences?

Every company in the world falls into one of two categories: public or private. But only public companies’ shares are available to buy and sell on stock exchanges. Get an in-depth look at differences between the two types of company.

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August 10, 2022 09:30 AM

DAX: EUR/USD parity has big implications for European indices

The recent price action in EUR/USD should serve as a reminder of the importance of the FX market, even if you’re not trading it directly.

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ServiceTitan IPO: Everything you need to know about ServiceTitan

ServiceTitan, a software company serving home maintenance businesses and field workers is expected to go public this year in the US at an $18b valuation.

Tencent reaches Head and Shoulders target on negative news

Tencent Holdings LTD is down nearly 20% over the last 2 days as Chinese Banking officials are set to pass down a record fine

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Starling IPO: Everything you need to know about Starling Bank

British challenger bank Starling is expected to go public within the next one or two years, which could make it one of the hottest London IPOs to watch in 2022. Discover everything we know about the Starling Bank IPO and how the company compares to other FinTechs.

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ASX200 through a fresh 2022 lens

My first day back in the office today since Christmas Eve, which brings with it the benefits of a recharged battery and a fresh lens to view markets.

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US stocks 2021 year in review: “Big tech” stocks extend their run of dominance

Every single major sector rose this year, led by energy and real estate, and even the lagging consumer staples, utilities and communication services stocks rose by nearly 20% on (a capitalization-weighted) average...

“Retail Week” in focus: WMT, TGT, HD, LOW and more

Between the US, UK, and Canadian retail sales reports, as well as earnings reports from Walmart (WMT), Target (TGT), Home Depot (HD), and Lowes (LOW), it’s pretty clear that next week will be “Retail Week”

Stagflation headlines abound: How likely is it and how can traders prepare?

If we do enter a stagflationary environment, there may be relatively few investments that perform well - see what they are and what to avoid!

French election: Is the market too comfortable with a Macron win?

The second round of the French Presidential election will take place this Sunday, 7th May, the candidate who will win the keys to the Elysee Palace should be known by approx. 1900 BST, although the result won’t be confirmed until later, when all of the votes are counted.

Will the Fed put the nail in the coffin of the stock market rally?

The Federal Reserve will conclude its meeting this evening and announce its latest decision at 1900 BST. The market expects no change in rates, and there is no press conference from Janet Yellen, so the focus will be on the statement.

Trump's first 100 days: the honeymoon period is over

On Saturday 29th April Donald Trump will mark his first 100 days in office. Rather than rehash his political successes and failures, we have decided to let stock market performance do the talking. We have looked at the best and worst performers in the Dow Jones Industrial Average since Trump’s inauguration on 20th January, as you can see in figure 1.

US tax plan and protectionist fears upset stock market rally

The US stock market rally paused on Wednesday and even the major tech companies in the US saw stock prices slip, as the market digested Trump’s tax plans and news that the President would formally begin the process to take the US out of the Nafta trade agreement.

S&P 500: YE(ar)N-ing for clarity

Almost exactly a month ago, we shared our view that, regardless of what market you’re trading, “We’re all USD/JPY traders now.” In that report, we […]

Is the DAX Waving a Big Bullish Flag?

With China and Greece-related fears now “resolved,” we may finally be entering the feared summer doldrums in markets, where traders are focused on getting to […]

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