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TSLA | Tesla Motors, Inc.
2.9900 (1.390%)
-0.0002 (-0.018%)
-0.7500 (-0.037%)
FB | Facebook
2.8200 (1.560%)
0.0460 (0.043%)
-0.0100 (-0.022%)
NFLX | Netflix
-2.1000 (-0.710%)
-0.0001 (-0.009%)
0.0000 (0.000%)
NVDA | Nvidia Corp.
-0.4600 (-0.280%)
0.0002 (0.017%)
0.1250 (0.025%)
MSFT | Microsoft Corp.
0.7200 (0.530%)
0.0002 (0.019%)
0.0300 (0.048%)
AAPL | Apple
-0.3200 (-0.160%)
-0.0003 (-0.043%)
-1.0000 (-0.016%)

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Economic calendar: Earnings dominate calendar
10 August 2020
Risk-on moods as Trump signs Executive Orders Almost bare economic calendar today A lot of US earnings releases Risk-on moods can be spotted on the global financial markets. Donald Trump signed Executive Orders over the weekend targeted at payroll taxes or unemployment benefits. A move came as a relief amid deadlock in stimulus bill talks. As the economic calendar is almost empty today, sentiment may play a major role. US diplomats are set to visit Taiwan today in spite of China'...
Morning wrap
10 August 2020
Stocks in Asia are trading higher at the start of a new week. Kospi trades 1.4% higher, S&P/ASX 200 gains 1.7% and Nifty adds 0.8%. Indices from China trade higher as well while Nikkei was closed for holiday Donald Trump signed few Executive Orders over the weekend aimed at supporting the economy. Orders were on payroll tax, unemployment benefits, student loans and rental eviction. Democrats and Republicans are open to restarting stimulus talks European futures are trading hi...
Daily summary: U.S. gridlock over stimulus keeps stocks muted
07 August 2020
• The US economy added 1.76 million jobs in July 2020 • Trump bans dealings with Chinese owners of TikTok, WeChat • Gold retreats from record high European indices managed to erase early losses and finished final session of the week slightly higher. Recent industrial output figures from Germany and France beat market expectations and German exports increased by 14.9% from a month earlier, most since 1990. However increasing geopolitical tensions and mixed US employment report we...
Coronavirus: market update
07 August 2020
• The pandemic shows no signs of slowing down. The number of new cases continues to increase rapidly on all continents. As new infections increase, so does the death toll. Within last nine days number of fatalities increased by 10,000 in the United States. Yesterday 281 232 new coronavirus cases were reported. Meanwhile 7-day average currently stands at 254 614. Source: Worldometers   • India, the country hardest hit in Asia by the coronavirus pandemic, reported today record number ...
BREAKING: NFP Above Expectations
07 August 2020
The US economy  added 1.763  million jobs in July, compared to record 4.8 million increase in June and above market expectations of 1.580 million. It is the third straight month of employment gains after the economy lost a record 20.68 million jobs in April.   The jobless rate declined to 10.2% from 11.1% last month. Average hourly earnings rose 0.2% MoM and  4.8% YoY. EURUSD saw relatively small reaction to today’s data releases. The most popular currency pair continued to...
Technical alert: USDJPY
07 August 2020
USDJPY has been trading in a downward trend recently. The price bounced off the upper limit of the 1:1 structure, and pulled back below the key resistance area (106.00), confirming that sellers are in advantage. However, looking at the H4 interval, we can see that the decline was halted at the local support at 105.265. As long as the price sits above it, the upward correction move looks possible. A break below, on the other hand, would pave the way for declines towards lows at 104.30. Macro data...
Crypto newsletter: Bitcoin's market sentiment hits yearly high
07 August 2020
• Bitcoin is approaching 12k level • Ethereum Classic suffers second 51% attack in a week • Goldman Sachs is considering its own crypto   The cryptocurrency market exploded last weekend and almost all of the major coins break above key resistance levels. After breaking above $10,000 Bitcoin continued its move to the upside and only the $12,000 level has stopped the advance for now. Meantime  other major altcoins like Ripple and Ethereum went on a run of their own. Ripple...
Economic calendar: Labour market data and geopolitics
07 August 2020
European stocks seen opening flat NFP expected to show 1.5 million jobs gain Canada set to retaliate against US tariffs European stock markets are seen opening flat on Friday. US President widened scope of its recent push against Chinese tech to involve Tenecent's WeChat. As the United States keeps increasing pressure on China, there is a high risk that we will see retaliation some time in the future. Speaking of retaliation, Canada is set to announce its response to US aluminium...
Facebook drives US100 to new record!
07 August 2020
Facebook (FB.US) was a star during Thursday session as shares soared more than 6% to new all-time high. That was a result of new feature called Reels that allows users to place short videos on Instagram. This is a direct competition to popular TikTok which is under a ban threat from president Trump. Investors obviously bet that this opens new possibilities for the US social media giant. US100 soared higher towards fresh all-time highs. One can see that it remains in a quite regular upwards chan...
Morning wrap
07 August 2020
Indices from Wall Street finished yesterday's session higher. S&P 500 gained 0.64%, Dow Jones added 0.68% and Nasdaq jumped 1% Donald Trump signed an Executive Order giving TikTok and Tenecent's WeChat 45 days to cease US operations. Trump also confirmed he has signed an order to re-impose aluminium tariffs on Canada. Move from Trump caused increased risk aversion on the markets. Almost every major stock market index from Asia is trading lower today. DAX futures point to a sl...