In the view of the analysts at JP Morgan, the US stock markets, including the S&P 500 index, looks bullish in the short to medium term.
“1. Positioning remains light around macro and systematic investors. Seasonality over summer should help the volatility spike continue to fade, which
EURJPY created a spike above the 20-day simple moving average (SMA), but the bias remains bearish in the short-term, as the price is trading well below the 13-month peak of 124.42.
Further backing this short-term view are the Ichimoku lines and the 20-day SMA, which is reversing down. However, for
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A continues fall - price directly slop from 3224 to 2995. It can see that when there is continue fall price bounce up-to 100 points. The price was trading near the support line that became the strong point for breakout. It can be seen that the price can move near the suppor
According to the latest survey conducted by GfK, a polling firm, the UK consumer confidence hits a decade low in late May, the lowest since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), as Britons remain worried about the employment and housing market situation, in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
European markets ended lower on Thursday as investors refrained from making significant purchases, and instead, trimmed down positions due to weak euro zone economic data.
A report from the World Health Organization saying new coronavirus cases rose across the globe this week weighed as well on sent
Analysts at Goldman Sachs offer their estimates on the US Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) data release due later on Friday at 1230 GMT.
“Non-Farm Payrolls declined by 24 million in April.
Unemployment rate rose from 4.4% to 14.0%.
In interpreting the report, we will pay special attention to the n
Singapore's recovery prospects were dampened by the coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic as it has undermined spending as well as production, the central bank said Tuesday.
GDP growth forecast range was downgraded and widened, to -4.0 to -1.0 percent from -0.5 to 1.5 percent previously, the Monetary A