Category: General Analysis

Major stimulus anticipation rallied equities market

Major stimulus anticipation rallied equities market Daily new Covid-19 cases continue to rise in Europe, with Germany and the UK imposing new restrictions. However, US equities continue rising because investors are expecting a major stimulus package no matter who wins the November 3rd election. USD expected to slide.
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Intensifying Covid-19 cases drove USD down

Intensifying Covid-19 cases drove USD down Covid-19 cases rise in a worrying pace in Europe. With France reporting record-new daily cases, Spain declaring emergency state in Madrid, and Germany seeing the most daily new cases since April. This has directly benefited safe-haven Gold and will inversely drive USD price down.
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Negative sentiments to push USD higher

Negative sentiments to push USD higher The US President has called off stimulus negotiations until after the election. Meanwhile, ECB President reportedly said the EU economic would not be a V-shaped recovery. In addition, Brexit talks has taken a negative turn after report suggested that the EU would not offer concession to the UK. Negative […]
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Slow economic recovery hints upside surprise

Slow economic recovery hints upside surprise Recent US data suggests that the economy is recovering on a slower pace. Economists are looking for non-farm payrolls to rise by 850K, down from 1.371 million the prior month, indicating that there’s scope for an upside surprise. The unemployment rate is also expected to improve. There is upside […]
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Slow economic recovery hints upside surprise

Slow economic recovery hints upside surprise Recent US data suggests that the economy is recovering on a slower pace. Economists are looking for non-farm payrolls to rise by 850K, down from 1.371 million the prior month, indicating that there’s scope for an upside surprise. The unemployment rate is also expected to improve. There is upside […]
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Market in wait-and-see mode over Presidential debate

Market in wait-and-see mode over Presidential debate Sell off in US equities and Treasury Yields are showing that the markets are worried about the debate between US President Trump and Presidential candidate Joe Biden. Uncertainty are putting traders on the sideline. There is no bias for now until the debate is over.
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