Chart Advisor: Mild Rebound
A Twist on Risk Reversals
ECB Developing an Appetite for Green Bonds
In a recent interview Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank, announced that they will begin to use the bank’s asset purchase scheme to pursue green objectives.
Hong Kong Investors Cash Out At The ATM (Alibaba, Tencent & Meituan Dianping), June Export Data Beats Estimates
Chipmaker Analog Devices announced plans to buy rival Maxim Integrated Products for $21 billion on Monday, and they just know they’re going to be friends forever.
This Healthcare Provider Is Ready for the Future
The Daily Biotech Pulse: July 14, 2020
Blueprint, Roche Ink $1.7B Cancer Drug Collaboration, INmune’s Positive Alzheimer’s Readout, Edwards, Abbott Settle Patent Lawsuits, and more!
Excess Returns: Is the Price/Book Ratio Dead?
The rise on intangible assets and other factors have led many to question whether the price/book ratio has value any more.
Expectations Diverge for Economic Recovery in The US and China
China’s ability to contain COVID-19 boosts longer-term confidence. Last week, we saw increases in both the Chinese and US stock markets.
SSFs Provide New Ways to Trade the Singapore Banks
With Single Stock Futures (“SSF”) largely matching bid and offer prices of the 10 underlying stocks, and the application of margin offsets for DBS, OCBC and UOB spread trading, institutional investors are able to efficiently concentrate exposure and risk to performance differentials among the Singapore banks.
June ETF Flows: Searching for a Signal
Morning Insights: July 14, 2020
Securities Lending Report: 7/6/20 – 7/10/20
Closing Bell (July 14, 2020)
VIX (VX) Daily MACD Trying to Positively Cross
Chart Advisor: The Big Thud
The Great Outdoors
Gold: A Prescription for 1970’s Inflation?
Weekly Market Recap: July 13, 2020
Economic Update: July 13, 2020
1Q20 real GDP fell 5.0% q/q at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, marking the start of a sharp recession. Last week, data continued to rebound off of April lows, with the ISM non-manufacturing PMI reentering expansionary territory at healthy 57.1 in June, driven by double-digit gains in production, new orders and employment.
The price of oil got knocked down to a record low earlier this year, but some investors reckon the slippery elixir’s price is about to get right back up again.
What’s on Tap Weekly Calendar: July 13 – 17, 2020
Monday July 13th – Economic Calendar: 2:00 PM EST Monthly Budget Statement for June. Earnings Calendar: …
From ‘Mission Impossible’ To Profitability In 2021, WeWork Chairman Shares Positive Results Despite Pandemic
The chairman of WeWork, Marcelo Claure, said that the co-working space company was on the verge of being profitable in 2021 after carrying out extensive cost-cutting measures.