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Technical Analysis – US 100 index halts decline but retains bearish bias

The US 100 stock index (cash) has been experiencing a minor pullback after its advance failed to cross above the 12,940 region.

US Open Note – Dollar loses ground after five weeks of gains

Dollar index ticks down as euro approaches $1.06 On Friday, the US dollar was on track to have its worst week against key rivals since the beginning of February.

US Open Note – Recession fears keep jolting markets

Signs of recession pop up in earnings Sellers stormed into stock markets as giant US retailers Target and Walmart revealed a hit in margins on the back of rising labor and energy costs, with the former losing more than a third of its share value on Wednesday despite serving only local clients.

Technical Analysis – US 100 index holds above May’s lows despite big fat sell-off

The US 100 stock index (cash) was smashed by worrying earnings from US retailers on Wednesday, but the big-fat sell-off was not strong enough to close below 11,874 for the second time this month.

US Open Note – Stocks pare gains; European currencies slip too after nice rally

Recession not fully priced in Who will pay the price? That's the question that bothers investors nowadays as businesses feel more confident to transfer rising production costs to consumers and central banks constantly message markets that additional rate increases are the immediate solution for spiraling inflation.

US Open Note – Upbeat data drive risk-on mode ahead of Powell's speech; Euro gears up on rate hike outlook

Pound is the best performer, but for how long? Markets were volatile ahead of the US open, with the European currencies switching to recovery mode after a period of heavy selling, and the US dollar index losing some steam as some rosy data releases shifted funds to riskier assets and hopes for China easing lockdown measures flourished.

US Open Note – Dollar cools off, euro turns up and gold back to $1,800

Chinese data drives dollar higher In the wake of disappointing Chinese economic statistics, which sent the British pound and the Australian dollar down, the US dollar held onto its two-decade high earlier in the day.

Why US stock markets face tremendous downside pressures? – Stock Market News

Stock markets have been shaken this year by increasing fears concerning the global economic outlook. Persistent inflationary pressures, worries over recession, and the anticipation of aggressive monetary tightening have been largely weighing on investors’ risk sentiment, luring away liquidity from risky assets.

US Open Note – Dollar unlocks 20-year high; euro breaks $1.04

Dollar surges but dips against yen The dollar touched a two-decade high against a basket of currencies after US inflation fell less than expected in April.

US Open Note - US CPI beats expectations and rises by 8.3%; dollar moves up again

The CPI rate ticked up by 8.3% in the year that ended in April. The annual CPI decrease was the first since August, but it was the eighth month in a row of gains of more than 6%.

US Open Note – Dollar steadies as it awaits US CPI data

Fed speakers today and US CPI tomorrow in focus This week, Fed speakers will be out in full force to disseminate the latest views of the central bank.

Technical Analysis – US 100 index extends losses within bear market

The US 100 cash index (Nasdaq) came under renewed pressure in recent sessions, sinking to a fresh one-year low.

Daily Market Comment – King dollar reigns supreme as stocks keep sliding

No stopping the mighty dollar, rising US yields provide fuel Stocks struggle for altitude amid Fed and China worries All eyes on US CPI data this week - peak inflation at last?  Dollar power There’s no stopping the mighty US dollar, which continues to slice its way through the currency complex.

Daily Market Comment – Stock markets get smoked ahead of US payrolls

Epic turnaround for stock markets, Nasdaq loses 5% as Fed dust settles Funds blowing up, deleveraging, or traders saying Powell must do more?  Sterling sinks after BoE, US employment report the main event today  Equity market mayhem What an epic turnaround for Wall Street.

US Open Note – Pound crashes on dovish rate hike; Wall Street eyes bearish open

Pound crashes after BoE policy decision The Bank of England stuck to its March guidance, confirming expectations of a 25bps rate hike to 1.

US Open Note – Falling dollar breathes life into the euro; Wall Street in the red

3Dollar loses steam but is still the king The king dollar cooled off against a basket of six major currencies in the last trading day of April, having previously rapidly advanced to a two-decade high of 103.

US Open Note – No mercy for the euro; BoJ policy decision, Meta earnings next in focus

Euro plummets as Russian gas issues resurface There was no mercy for the depressed euro during the late European trading hours on Wednesday.

Daily Market Comment – Growth scare sinks stocks, adds fuel to US dollar rally

Stock market tumbles as earnings season and US slowdown scare traders Dollar the only place to hide - extends gains against euro and sterling Aussie jumps after inflation spike, Facebook earnings in the spotlight Wall Street loses altitude A sense of panic crept back into stock markets on Tuesday.

US Open Note – Euro cheers on rate hike talk; stocks in the green as well

ECB’s rate hike talk intensifies It seems the European Central Bank (ECB) is prepping for the new reality of higher interest rates to fight inflation even though geopolitical developments around Ukraine keep clouding the Eurozone’s economic outlook.

US Open Note – Wall Street opens higher; commodity currencies outperform

Global stocks cautiously up Wall Street started Wednesday’s session on the bullish side, with Dow Jones gaining the biggest traction.



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