Market Overview

12 May 2021 13:43

Lysakov Sergey

A downward correction in stocks was long expected by many in the market, but at the same time, it began on Monday evening as a kind of surprise, with no particular excuse or a satisfactory starter. There were no alarming verbal remarks of any officials or weak statistical data right at the moment. Some similar drop would still have been more appropriate last Friday, May 7, after the U.S.
12 May 2021 12:53

Mark Goichmann

The Euro’s upside trend could be determined by several positive factors for the single European currency. The Euro is rising amid rising positive expectations in the markets and speeding up of the vaccination process. These factors are reflected in the German ZEW economic sentiment report that was published on Tuesday. The reading came out extremely positive at 84.2 that is far above 72.0 points expected and is a record since March 2000. On the other hand, the Euro is seen to be being pushed by the weakness of the U.S.
7 May 2021 09:49

Mark Goichmann

Major world central banks are seen to be playing the suicide checkers game in an attempt to keep their ultra-lose monetary policy as long as possible to provide stimulus for national economies that are on their way to a recovery from the pandemic. So, the first central bank to sketch a framework towards tightening its monetary policy may lose or win regarding the pace of pandemic relief, mass vaccination and rising business activity.
5 May 2021 13:46

Lysakov Sergey

The U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has made some catching remarks on Tuesday, May 4, which ruffled the market’s feathers. The topic was a possible interest rate path of motion in the nearest years, which is a hot-button issue for the stock market. Perpetual quarrelling about just a theoretically conceivable option of possible earlier rate hikes by the Federal Reserve (Fed) has been a sensitive area in the past few weeks of April, until the U.S. regulator's chairman Jerome Powell took off the heat.
28 April 2021 13:41

Lysakov Sergey

The U.S. stock indices are nearly flat but still on the high horse this week, probably taking a breath before the Federal Reserve's big press conference today. Yet, some specific assets have performed great in response to their inner corporate drivers.  The United Parcel Service (UPS), a well-known worldwide package delivery and supply chain management company, urgently jumped to its new all-time highs on Tuesday, with the current price levels almost 12% above the previous closing price of the day. Carol Tomé, the CEO of UPS, reported that only Amazon paid $11.
28 April 2021 12:30

Mark Goichmann

The primary intrigue of the Federal Reserve (the Fed) meeting this week is whether the U.S. monetary regulator would manifest perseverance in earlier declared loose monetary policy. Many external factors prompt this policy should be at least tighter than at the moment: inflation growth exceeding Fed’s projections, increasing employment, forecasts over unprecedented economy growth in the United States, additional fiscal stimulus measures from Joe Biden’s Administration.
23 April 2021 09:38

Mark Goichmann

The European Central bank (ECB) has spoiled the rally in Euro as investors bet ECB may hint on tightening of the monetary policy on its meeting April 22. But the European monetary policymakers stood still leaving even quantitative easing programs unchanged. The rally in the Euro from 1.17000 to 1.20800 may be attributed to large extent with rising vaccination, positive expectation of rising business activity and economic growth in Europe.
21 April 2021 14:30

Lysakov Sergey

Asian markets' decline was followed by both the U.S. and European major indexes on Tuesday. Technically, a downward correction at some point seemed to become a reasonable consequence after the continuous updating of new records on Wall Street. Especially since the initial targets of the recent upward movement near the 4150-4200 range for the U.S. S&P500 broad market index were called by many experts as the nearest possible reference area where the market could take a breath.
15 April 2021 12:46

Mark Goichmann

Markets may have gotten used to Bitcoin, the first digital currency, reaching new highs over recent months. So,  the fact that Bitcoin reached a new fresh record at $64,374 on April 14 may not seem so sensational any more, even with a heartbreaking upside movement by 5.5% in a single day on April 13. This may be another reason  why the perception around digital currencies seems to be changing.
14 April 2021 13:16

Lysakov Sergey

The U.S. Dollar index (DXY) June futures slid under the lowest levels since March 18, reaching as deep as 91.65 points mark today. The soft landing of the Greenback continues step by step almost every day during the last two weeks. That intermediary result is in no way, of course, summarizing a long discussion on the ability of higher Treasury's yields to make the Dollar more attractive in principle. But it may leave the whole conception in serious doubt, at least.
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