Market Overview

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.
8 October 2021 08:25

Mark Goichmann

Gold has been acting more like an alternative to the Dollar rather than a safe haven asset this year, and now it is acting more like risky assets. Such a transformation is due to the unprecedented stimulus package from the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed). The fact that there is more money in the market at a time when interest rates are low, creates a situation in which gold prices are being pushed up as part of this money is being used to buy gold assets. While gold is acting more like a risky asset, the U.S. Dollar may be seen to be acting like a safe haven asset.
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.
29 September 2021 13:33

Lysakov Sergey

Just a day ago, all trading sessions on stocks were marked by another wave of total sell-off on Wall Street covering almost the entire spectrum of the market segments. It is worth mentioning that the "big five" of the U.S. financial institutions and energy companies came out better than others, with the Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase even managing to refresh their all-time record prices before they also very limitedly joined the overall correction. At the same time, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Citigroup lost 2.91%, 2.58% and 1.
24 September 2021 08:08

Mark Goichmann

This Thursday, September 23rd, the Bank of England (BoE) joined a relay race after the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) had made its move towards monetary tightening. The U.S. monetary policymaker clearly indicated that it is going to taper quantitative easing before the end of this year. The BoE did not point to any additional monetary stimulus measures in its statement, as it kept its interest rate unchanged at 0.1% together with the 895 –billion-pound ($1.23 billion) bond purchase program.
22 September 2021 13:22

Lysakov Sergey

After the storm signal for global stocks in course of the 20th of September’s "black Monday", when the total downside correction for the Wall Street's broad market S&P 500 index reached 5.35% at a local bottom point, compared to the absolute peaks of all time two weeks earlier, the markets on both sides of the Atlantic are behaving in a much more balanced manner.  A few hours before the end of an important meeting of the Federal Reserve (Fed), where the U.S.
15 September 2021 13:09

Lysakov Sergey

Stock markets continue to behave with agitation in the course of the current week, as most investors are still hesitantly awaiting the meeting of the Federal Reserve (Fed) next Wednesday, which may become a kind of risky turning point for the prevailing sentiment. The threat of money stimulus tapering, which may be announced as starting as early as October or in December, is expected to be pretty limited so that it may  not change the disposition dramatically.
15 September 2021 10:07

Mark Goichmann

Uranium futures skyrocketed over the last month, since mid-August, creating an amazing phenomena of the year. Prices surged by 45% from the August 16 bottom of $30.3 per pound to above $44 per pound as of September 13. The radioactive metal left other commodities behind in the dust and most of the other financial instrument demonstrated a “chain reaction” within financial markets. The growth drivers behind this amazing rally were seen to be partially of a speculative nature, but they also have a fundamental background behind them that may lead to a sustainable nature of the growth.
7 September 2021 16:04

Mark Goichmann

Silver is a metal that is primarily used for manufacturing and less as a precious metal. It is used in high-technological processes thanks to its high conductivity, in manufacturing solar cell batteries and electric vehicles. So, the demand and the price of silver is directly linked to the business activity worldwide. The latter is highly dependent on the spread of Delta variant and the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) stimulus measures perspectives. Such attributes distinguished silver price movements at the beginning of this week.
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