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Daily Market Analysis, the 22nd of July 2016

  • july 22 2016
  • OneTwoTrade

Global stock markets on Thursday, the 21st of July 2016 were weakened by earning reports that did not live up to everyone’s expectations. In the US, industrial and materials companies ended the trading day in the lowest position. In Europe, the major news that attracted investors’ attention was the European Central Bank’s policy announcement. As was expected, the ECB decided not to make changes to its monetary policy but to keep rates as they are now or even to lower them in the future. Bad reports from EasyJet and Lufthansa brought them, along with other travel companies, significantly down. In…

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Daily Market Analysis, Friday, 29th of July 2016

  • july 29 2016
  • OneTwoTrade

Asian and American stock markets were mixed on Thursday, 28 July 2016. European stocks ended the trading day lower. Several events weighted on investors’ minds. They were still absorbing the announcement made by the Federal Reserve that deflated hopes of a rate increase. Although the Federal Reserve decided to keep current rates unchanged, it still hinted at the possibility of their future increase. Another event that slowed down trading activities around the world was the forthcoming announcement from the Bank of Japan. Investors were anxious to hear whether the Bank of Japan will add more stimulus, as it had promised.…

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Daily Market Analysis, Thursday, 21 July 2016

  • july 21 2016
  • OneTwoTrade

Markets did well on Wednesday, the 20th of July 2016, though in the Asia-Pacific region investors worried over the still declining oil prices and the MFI’s pessimistic outlook on the global economic growth, thereby negatively affecting the performance of stocks. Technological companies were at the forefront of market gains in the US along with healthcare companies. Utilities and consumer companies, by contrast, retreated and thus pared down general gains on Wednesday. Mining companies in Europe declined, too. Yet they were unable still to pull European market down counterbalanced by the upward movement of such companies as SAP, Lonza, ASML Holding,…

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