|Day's range||11,625.67 - 11,759.00|
|52-week range||10,279.20 - 12,656.05|
The majors are set for a positive open. Sentiment could deteriorate rapidly, however, should trade war chatter hit the news wires…
Global markets are mixed and volatile in the wake of Thursday’s Wall Street selloff. Be ready for lower prices.
Disappointing economic data weighed Government Bond yields, leading to a slide across the European and U.S equity markets on the day. Germany joined the UK, contracting in the 2nd quarter. The U.S President’s trade war with China has ultimately had its effect, not only on China but on the broader global economy.
Global stocks rebound as trade tensions thaw but the relief rally fizzled when the U.S. yield curve went into a full inversion. Recession fears are heightened around the world.
Economic data out of China fails to impress early. With trade tensions easing, Germany’s GDP numbers could upset the markets later this morning…
Global tensions are on the rise and the equities markets are moving lower in response. The signs of recession in the U.S. are growing.
Economic data out of the Eurozone and the U.S will have an impact on the majors as geopolitical risk continues to test current levels…
Global markets are mixed as trade war fears mount and signs of global recession increase.
Geopolitics, the Yuan and a string of key stats may test risk sentiment further in the week ahead, which would support the central bank doves…
The global markets are mixed as trade war conditions escalate and economic data is stronger than expected.
Can the rebound continue? Trump Twitter account will need to remain on the quieter side later on in the day to let the numbers do the talking…
It’s data light, with the ECB Economic Bulletin the only market driver from the Eurozone. China trade data and geopolitics will drive the majors today.
Following 3 consecutive days in the red, the European majors may find support early on, though earnings and German data could spoil any chance of a rebound.
Can the markets look beyond Twitter to focus on the stats, or will trade war chatter continue to pressure the majors on the day ahead?
Geopolitics, economic data, and monetary policy take center stage. We can expect a choppy week ahead and that’s before Trump’s tweeting…
It was quite a week for the majors. A hawkish FED rate cut and Trump tweeting tested the majors on the week… A busy economic calendar was also in focus.
Global markets tank after Trump breaks the trade truce, 10% tariffs on $300 billion of Chinese goods go into effect September 1, 2019.