Afternoon Market Update – 13/02/2017 – by Jazz Singh

February 13, 2017 by savi-admin Global stocks have continued to rally as pessimism over the reflation trade is brushed aside. This upside bias in the equity space comes after Trump reinstated his pledge to change his nation’s taxation structure. US equity futures are pointing higher across the board; meanwhile in Europe we see the Stoxx Europe 600 adding 0.5 percent… View Article

Morning Update – 13/02/2017 – by Arjun Lakhanpal

February 13, 2017 by savi-admin Morning all.. Wall St finished higher on Friday making new record highs at one point and the dollar bounced. There were no fireworks from the Trump/Abe meeting and no comments over the weekend to worry the markets. On that basis we have seen stocks in Asia rise further with the Nikkei up another 0.44% and… View Article

Morning Update – 10/02/2017 – by Arjun Lakhanpal

February 10, 2017 by savi-admin Morning all.. Another record close on Wall St as trump tells the markets what they wanted to hear regarding potential tax cuts in the offering. This sent stocks, US yields and the dollar higher with the S&P up 0.58%. This euphoria carried over into Asia with the Nikkei up an impressive 2.49% as USDJPY rallied… View Article

Morning Update – 09/02/2017 – by Arjun Lakhanpal

February 9, 2017 by savi-admin Morning all.. Wall St had another quiet session with no signs of concern over Trump policies or rising political risk in Europe and closed unchanged again near record highs.. The concerns in the bond markets and the dollar are clearly not felt in stocks! The Nikkei closed down 0.53% largely on the back of a… View Article

Afternoon Market Update – 08/02/2017 – by Jazz Singh

February 8, 2017 by savi-admin Markets have been relatively quiet this morning as we consolidate moves from yesterday’s session. The dollar index has risen 0.2 percent, extending its gains from earlier this week. With political risk in the form of Dutch, French and German elections being priced into the Eurozone, the euro has pushed lower, declining 0.3 percent for the… View Article