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31 May 2022 16:07

Mark Goichmann

Dutch TTF July 22 gas futures soared above 93 Euros per 1 MWh, an important psychological resistance level, and hit 95 Euros on Tuesday morning. This may indicate that prices may surge further. Prices surged after European leaders agreed in principle to cut about 90% of oil imports from Russia by the end of 2022 raising Brent crude prices above $120 per barrel. Gas is an alternate fuel and its prices followed oil quotes.
24 May 2022 11:34

Mark Goichmann

Gold has two major abilities. One is that it is traditionally considered to be a safe haven asset that is in high demand during times of elevated risks in the market, rising inflation, and geopolitical uncertainties. The second is that it acts as an anti-dollar indication because gold prices mostly move in the opposite direction to the Dollar. The Dollar itself has become a safe haven asset in recent months as the Federal Reserve (Fed) has risen interest rates along with Treasuries yields. So, gold prices are now more correlated with the Greenback’s moves. The U.S.
28 April 2022 12:54

Lysakov Sergey

The mostly strong corporate reports seem to be trying to launch a counterattack against the red sea of stock index losses. More than 150 companies from the S&P 500 broad market index have delivered their quarterly earnings reports, and more than 80% of them beat consensus profit expectations of analyst polls.
21 April 2022 17:13

Mark Goichmann

Despite some correction of the U.S. Dollar index from 101 to 100 points, more factors seem to be pointing towards the further strengthening of the Greenback rather than for its decline, and the recent drop may be rather distinguished as a correction to the upward trend. These factors are: Expectations for a steeper angle of interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve (Fed). Investors are considering the 96% probability of a 50 basic point interest rate hike from 0.5% to 1.0% to be announced the May 5 meeting.
21 January 2022 09:20

Mark Goichmann

In order to understand the movement of EURUSD it is important to look at the inflation rates in both the United States and in Europe. The Consumer price index (CPI) data released for the Eurozone on Thursday also provides important economic input for the movement of the currency pair to be explained. The CPI for Europe rose moderately in December to 5.0% year-on-year from 4.9% in November compared to 7% in the United States for the same period. These figures show that the pace at which prices rose in Europe was not so steep as in the U.S.
14 January 2022 10:03

Mark Goichmann

Amazon stocks are seen to be regaining their positions as one of the leading assets in the tech sector this January. For the moment, the stocks – which make up one fifth of FAANG -  seem to have the potential to face a mid-term upside. Amazon has a largely diversified business model which reaches far beyond its original e-commerce profile. As Amazon holds 40% of the e-commerce sector in revenue, this could look like a good launch pad for a possible stock price take off as people became used to such ways of shopping during lockdowns..
23 December 2021 12:58

Mark Goichmann

The U.S. Dollar has been vulnerable to investors’ mood swings over the last few days. The U.S. Dollar index (DXY) was breaking the limits in the beginning of the week, but lost ground at 96.7 points as omicron-variant risks appeared to be milder than previously expected. The DXY index fell to 96 points on Thursday despite positive developments in the U.S. economy that grew by 2.3% year-on-year in Q3 2021 vs the expected 2.1%. Consumer confidence in December rose to 115.8 points vs the expected 110.8 points and the previous 111.9 points.
13 October 2021 13:06

Lysakov Sergey

The second half of October on Wall Street began with a moderate decline in average stock prices, but the S&P 500 broad market index was kept within the same range mostly above the 4,270-4,300 support area. Inflation worries were noticeable ahead of a fresh U.S. consumer price index (CPI) which will be released today, although it has already become clear that the Federal Reserve (Fed) has a tendency to focus more attention on job targets and has a more "wait and see" kind of approach when it comes to growing inflation.
6 October 2021 12:02

Lysakov Sergey

In the middle of the business week, the markets have still failed to form any stable trend. Judging the overall situation on a conventional base of weighted average instruments, such as the S&P 500 or the Euro Stoxx 50 indices, the several hours of steady rebound when the market community was trying to buy fresh dips, which were formed yesterday, were followed by a new day of sales again, and vice versa.
1 October 2021 16:16

Mark Goichmann

Global economic growth faced a serious sudden throttle with contradictory consequences, as high energy prices were globally boosting inflation. Logically, low inflation was a serious problem for economic growth in preCOVID-19 years, meaning low consumer and investment demand hampered economic growth. Unprecedented monetary injections from the world’s major central banks, of which the Federal Reserve was among the first to take action, reversed this trend to a large extent and bailed countries out of economic turmoil.
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