FX Rundown: January 28, 2020
Sorry, We’re Closed
Investors ditched their stocks on Monday, as the deadly coronavirus continued to disrupt the Chinese – and global – economy.
ESG Issue Series: Food Waste
Assessing the Market Impact of The Wuhan Coronavirus
The outbreak of novel coronavirus in Wuhan, China, and in pockets around the world has garnered significant public concern, and the global financial market is on edge. We have received numerous questions about the potential impact to investors and how the economic effects of the coronavirus might compare to past outbreaks such as the spread of SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) in 2003.
Five Best-Performing IT Stocks Returned 105% in 2019
Early Look: Tuesday, January 28, 2020
U.S. stocks futures are pointing to a slightly higher open, looking to erase the 2-day losing streak that has seen some stocks erase YTD gains as concern over the impact of the deadly coronavirus that originated in China rattled investors.
Nasdaq100 (NQ) Testing 4 Month Upchannel Support
Five Best-Performing Healthcare Services Stocks Returned 24% in 2019
There are 18 healthcare services companies and two healthcare REITs listed on SGX with a combined market capitalisation of about S$25 billion. They operate patient care services and facilities, both locally and worldwide.
Coronavirus Worries Flip Switch from Risk on to Risk Off
The most prominent factor is the concern involving the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus, which is showing up in more countries and is fostering some fear in the market’s mind that it is going to adversely impact economic growth and earnings growth.
Soybean (ZS) Retraces Nearly All of December Bounce
9 Winners Managing ESG Risk
As ESG considerations grow in importance, companies that can successfully adapt should benefit more than those that don’t. As such, our analysts are looking at their respective industries through the lens of ESG risk.
3 Trends to Watch in The Chinese New Year
Whirlpool Data Signals Growth Plans in Wake of US-China Trade Deal
Whirlpool ($NYSE:WHR) has a new CEO, who’s got the sense to admit that A) the Trade War didn’t help Whirlpool, and B) it was forced to pass price increases along to consumers.
Stocks Are Pointing To A Lower Opening on January 23
A Little Bit Sideways
There are two paths to take when trying to explain the early weakness seen in the futures market. Ultimately, both paths converge. The first path is one of valuation concerns.
Closing Bell (Jan 23)
USDCAD Weekly MACD Trying to Positively Cross
Closing Bell (Jan 22)
Coronavirus Infecting the Market
End of Human Civilization May Have Been Premature
Asian equity markets were largely higher after yesterday’s hysteria surrounding the coronavirus. Japan, Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, and Singapore were up while India, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia were off. Markets were off in early trading, especially in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
Stuck on Happy Ways
Since yesterday, the death toll from the coronavirus has increased to nine and the number of confirmed cases has increased to 440. You know what else has increased? The futures for the major indices. Currently, the S&P futures are up 13 points and are trading 0.4% above fair value.
January 22, 2020
Technical Analysis Heading into Wednesday’s Open: Jan. 22, 2020
WTI Crude (CL) Testing 50% Fib Retrace of Oct-Jan Rally
FX Rundown: January 21, 2020
The Big What If: Consumers Sneeze and the US Economy Gets the Flu?
The flu causes substantial mortality and loss of productivity in the US each year. The flu is responsible for an estimated average $10.4 billion in direct medical costs and over $16 billion in lost earnings each year.
Active Stocks in Early Jan – AusGroup Led Returns & Turnover Growth
Singapore’s 50 most actively traded stocks of early 2020 averaged a 2% return over the first 12 sessions of January, with performances led by AusGroup, Keppel DC REIT, Mapletree Industrial Trust, CapitaLand Commercial Trust and AEM Holdings.