You may have spotted recently that we’re running a competition, ‘The Million Dollar Trader Challenge’.
So far applications have been flying in, which is great.
It’s awesome to see so many of you guys getting involved!
If you weren’t aware of what it entails here’s a recap…
Here’s what you need to know for the week ahead.
President Trump’s impeachment trial begins, the World Economic Forum in Davos takes place, the next batch of corporate earnings will be released and finally, Central Banks monetary policy outlook will be watched by the markets.
Last week the markets went from fear of a war with asset prices driving lower in risk off developments to a bull run with Trump showing signs of wanting peace between the two nations and the markets reflecting this positive rhetoric as US and China approach a trade deal.
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This article is about illustrating something important that we’ve had a few people ask about recently.
Hi, in this week’s market brief, the top three market movers have been, political unrest in Hong Kong leaves the market uncertain and Asian pacific assets to show weakness, US and China are still far apart from a phase one trade agreement and the head of Fed Powell testifies in congress.
In this week’s market brief, the top three market movers have been, US equities set consecutive record highs as US-China have shown signs of a trade agreement, the Bank of England kept rates unchanged at 0.75% but two MPC voters dissented for a rate cut which was a surprise and finally recession fears in Germany might have been avoided with the rebound in exports.
In this week’s market brief, the top three market movers have been, the Fed cuts rates for the third time this year, concerns have arisen for the on-going trade deal with US and China. Finally, the Brexit due date went by on the 31st of October but the saga continues with another extension.
In this week’s market brief, the top three market movers have been, mixed signals from earnings season so far. Mario Draghi oversaw his final meeting as the head of the European Central Bank and Boris Johnson has called for a snap election on the 12th of December.
In this week’s market brief, the top three market movers have been, Trump promises a phase 1 deal with China and Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal has been passed by the EU and Earning season begins an optimistic tone with banking stocks meeting expectations.