Gold Can Regain Its Luster
4 Top Cybersecurity Stocks To Watch This Week
Drug-Pricing Reform an Uphill Battle
The Cool North Sea Breeze Lifting US Coal
China, Inflation, and a Potential Crude Breakout
Deluge of economic indicators from China for August last night all underwhelmed and were impacted by Covid. China Industrial Production for August YoY at 5.3% versus 5.8% expected was the slowest since last July.
Gold (GC) Reclaims Key 1800 Level
How Investors Can Catch a Second Wind in 2021
As athletes compete to showcase their speed, endurance, strength and precision, countries are likewise striving to restart their economies and keep the pandemic in check.
Markets Look for A Foothold to Climb The ‘Wall of Worry’
Stocks had had a disappointing week last week, and there’s a lot of concern among investors. Sometimes the catalyst for stocks to move higher can simply be a pullback that is perceived to be a buying opportunity. That could be in the offing.
Is India’s Central Bank Risking A Taper Tantrum?
As India’s central bank assesses a return to normality for monetary policy, Schroders looks at what this means for markets.
The Week that Was: September 6 to September 10
September 14, 2021
Technical Analysis Heading into Tuesday’s Open: September 14, 2021
S&P500 (ES) Weekly MACD Negatively Crossing
Stocks That Have Attracted Significant Trading Activity in 2021
Singapore’s 150 most traded stocks in the 2021 YTD have made up the lion’s share of day-to-day turnover, which includes 22 stocks that have seen a greater than 10-fold increase in daily turnover in the 2021 YTD from 2020. This includes 11 stocks listed on the Mainboard, and 11 stocks listed on Catalist.
5 Headlines From This Weekend You May Have Missed
Soybean (ZS) Daily MACD Tries Positively Crossing
Shareholder Meetings and Conferences Ramp Up Ahead of Q3 Earnings Season
Sustainable Investing: The Defining Decades
Hamish Chamberlayne, Head of Global Sustainable Equities, looks at the developments that have shaped sustainable investing and the world we live in today.
The Dollar Milkshake Theory Explained
What’s on Tap Weekly Calendar: Sept. 13 – 17, 2021
Market Calendar Sept 13 – 17, 2021: economic calendar, upcoming IPOs, earnings, conferences, and more!
Small-Caps and EM Lead the August Risk Rally
Cocoa (CC) Consolidating Just Below Fresh 2021 High
Looking Ahead to The Rest of 2021 After the Unofficial End of Summer
This podcast examines some current and key market and labor statistics and see if we can decipher what we might expect for the remainder of 2021.
Markets Looking Weaker
USDCAD Bouncing off Weekly Chart Prior Downchannel Resistance
Important Mainland Media Article on Internet Regulation
Japanese Prime Minister Hopefuls Point to Higher Spending
Current frontrunners to replace Suga broadly favour additional fiscal stimulus but have more hawkish views on China. We had warned investors that Suga’s dreadfully low approval rating left his status as prime minister of Japan in a vulnerable position (see: Is Suga’s race run as Japan’s premier?) Only a few weeks later, Suga has now announced … Continue reading Japanese Prime Minister Hopefuls Point to Higher Spending
Jobs and Central Bankers
Traders eye tomorrow’s ECB meeting and expectations are mounting for the central bank to reduce its quantitative easing program.