http://marketaxe.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/nnews.jpg 0 0 admin http://marketaxe.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/nnews.jpg admin2019-07-26 09:57:022019-07-26 09:57:02Todays Markets
Below is the latest sentiment as compiled by etoro, the world's largest (social) trading network. It provides a view of what individual investors think about the specific instruments and gives a view of the current sentiment.
Latest News Headlines
Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Follow U.S. Lower; Treasuries Flat: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks retreated Friday after their U.S. counterparts fell from record highs amid a torrent of corporate results. Treasury yields held overnight gains. [more...]
Bloomberg: Tesla Plunges on Loss and Co-Founder’s Surprise Departure From Role
Tesla Inc. shares plummeted as much as 13% after a worse-than-expected loss and yet another major management change cast fresh doubts on the electric-car maker’s future. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Drop From Record High; Draghi Whipsaws Euro: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks fell from record highs amid a torrent of corporate results, while the euro swung between gains and losses and European bond yields climbed from all-time lows after Mario Draghi didn’t give markets more of a dovish signal. [more...]
Bloomberg: Buffett Lunch Mystery Deepens as His Crypto Entrepreneur Date Apologizes
Chinese cryptocurrency entrepreneur Justin Sun, who cited health issues in postponing his charity lunch with Warren Buffett this week, issued a broad apology to just about everyone for touting the plan to dine with one of America’s richest people, noting it raised concerns among authorities. [more...]
Bloomberg: Gerard Lyons as Carney’s Successor Could Mean a Different BOE
One contender to be Bank of England governor recently tipped by bookmakers could augur a rather different way of thinking at the institution. Pro-Brexit economist Gerard Lyons became the frontrunner this week, according to Betway, in tandem with the appointment as prime minister of his former boss, Boris Johnson. [more...]
Bloomberg: For Traders, Draghi Wasn't Dovish Enough as Rate Cut Priced In
The euro recovered from a two-year low and bonds reversed gains after Mario Draghi said the European Central Bank had not considered an interest-rate cut today and that the risk of recession was “pretty low”. [more...]
Reuters: U.S. economic growth seen slowing in second quarter
The U.S. economy likely grew at its slowest pace in more than two years in the second quarter as an acceleration in consumer spending was probably offset by weak exports and business investment. [more...]
Reuters: Global economic growth rut at risk of deepening despite rate cuts: Reuters polls
A global economic growth rut risks deepening, despite expectations that major central banks will cut rates or ease policy further, according to Reuters polls of over 500 economists who remain worried about the U.S.-China trade war. [more...]
CNBC: Draghi sparks a wild ride in markets and cements expectations for a quarter-point Fed cut
Europe’s head central banker was less inclined Thursday to interest rate cuts and monetary stimulus than expected, and his tone convinced markets that the Federal Reserve will have a similar stance at its meeting next week. [more...]
CNBC: Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass says a US-China trade deal can’t be reached
Billionaire hedge fund manager Kyle Bass is doubtful a trade deal between the U.S. and China could be reached and believes the Federal Reserve’s rate cuts are less effective these days. [more...]
Currency Strength Indicators
The currency strength meter gives you a quick visual guide to which currencies are currently strong, and which ones are weak. The meter measures the strength of all forex cross pairs and applies calculations on them to determine the overall strength for each individual currency. For example, if EUR is strong and USD is weak, it could mean that the currency pair EURUSD could be going up. If both currencies are strong or weak it is better to avoid since it will probably means there is no clear direction for the specific pair.
Leave a ReplyWant to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!