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Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 10 August 2020: The world is on fire

Aug 10 2020 @ 04:21
Despite the fact that the new stimulus package hasn’t been approved yet, S&P 500 continues to grow further to the moon, meanwhile the Nasdaq has already surpassed its last week record. Probably, it can be contributed to a drop in the US dollar and strong earnings results (especially by the companies from the Health Care […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 3 August 2020: New stimulus: To be, or not to be? That is the question

Aug 03 2020 @ 04:32
This week we have learned that the first economy registered the worst contraction, whatsoever. Real gross domestic product decreased at an annual rate of 32.9 percent in the second quarter of 2020. This was the result of so-called quarantine measures issued in March and April. Without any doubt, the situation could have been even worse […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 20 July 2020: Waiting for a vaccine or new stimulus…

Jul 20 2020 @ 04:29
>Major world stock indexes closed on Friday in positive territory on the prospects of more stimulus in Europe and the US. One of the biggest losers was Netflix (-10%) amid expectations that subscriber growth would slow in the second half of the year. Facebook, meanwhile, has totally recovered from its recent loss and is growing […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 13 July 2020: Fed Balance sheet falling?

Jul 13 2020 @ 05:37
Last week the US finally saw unemployment claims falling more than expected. Despite the fact that declines in jobless claims are not a useful benchmark as to whether the labor markets have returned to normal, it is still good news. But what’s more important is that COVID-19 cases also register a decrease. ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 6 July 2020

Jul 06 2020 @ 04:41
It was a historic half of the year Wuhan is once again in the center of the scandal, but this time not with coronavirus, with the counterfeit gold scandal. European markets end the week with losses, whilst ECB’s Lagarde warned of possible disinflation as coronavirus crisis transforms economy. American stocks, on the other hand, registered […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 29 June 2020

Jun 29 2020 @ 04:26
Probably it was on the most eventful six months in modern history. The second half of the year also will not be simple as economies have to recover, but the virus has not disappeared yet. Talking about the recovery it should be mentioned that the Fed released the results of its stress tests for 2020 […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 22 June 2020: Uncertainty grows

Jun 22 2020 @ 03:49
Coronavirus is back on track with rising cases in the U.S., Germany, and China. Beijing, China’s capital, reimposed a travel ban to stop new coronavirus infections. Nevertheless, global stock markets seem to ignore the risk. Investors truly believe the economic rebound is around the corner, whilst a record percentage of money managers see the stock […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 15 June 2020: The volatility returns to the streets

Jun 15 2020 @ 04:29
Despite all the efforts on behalf of the Fed, the stock market is still a roller coaster. After three weeks of gains, the stock market was clearly overheated. As a result, we saw a new wave of selling, with the Volatility Index rising back to 47%. One of the possible explanations could be the fact […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 8 June 2020

Jun 08 2020 @ 03:32
Zero-interest rates for the next 3 years? The moment we all have been waiting for has finally arrived – the Nasdaq 100 surged to a new intraday record. The vast majority of US stocks, meanwhile, have rebounded over 40% from their March lows. Thus, the pessimistic forecast hasn’t panned out – even analysts have stopped […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 1 June 2020: Waiting for the ECB decision

Jun 01 2020 @ 03:47
Tech companies continue to push stock markets back to new highs but it makes them an easy target for governments. This year alone, Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft, have already announced 19 acquisitions. On the other hand, it can be also damaging for small companies, as tech giants risk stopping new companies from […]
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