European update - PMIs provide a late boost - MarketPulseMarketPulse Home / Central Bank Watch / Indices / Market Pulse Share 0 Quiet end to lively week It’s shaping up to be a relatively peaceful end to what has been an otherwise action-packed week, with steady gains in Europe getting us off to a decent start. European markets were relatively flat
Friday June 21: Five things the markets are talking about Global equities had a mixed session overnight while U.S futures edged lower this morning in a week that market ‘bulls’ have been able to run rampant aided by the support of G7 central banks change in monetary policy rhetoric back to stimulus mode. U.S Treasuries have ticked a tad higher whil
Significant differences can be observed across the European Union (EU) regarding the sector in which government debt is held. Among Member States for which data are available, the share of public debt held by non-residents in 2018 was highest in Cyprus (76%), followed by Latvia (74%) and Lithuania (73%). In contrast, the largest proportion of debt
Flash Japan Manufacturing PMI signals further deterioration inbusiness conditions New orders decline at fastest pace in three years Business confidence remain among the lowest sincelate-2012 Japan's manufacturing economy continued to struggle midwaythrough the year, according to the flash PMI data from IHS Markit.The manufacturing downturn, induced
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today fined Bank of Scotland (BOS) £45,500,000 for failures to disclose information about its suspicions that fraud may have occurred at the Reading-based Impaired Assets (IAR) team of Halifax Bank of Scotland. Original link
CBA Flash Australia PMI rises to seven-month high in June, ledby services activity. Exports act as increasing drag on growth. Business confidence also increase to highest since January Jobs growth remains subdued, inviting greater monetarysupport The Australian economic recovery gained further momentum in themiddle of the year, according to flash P
  Four-day rising streak halted As the weekend approaches, some investors were seen scaling back risk-positive positions which saw equity markets posting mild retracements of the week’s gains. US indices slid between 0.18% and 0.31%, snapping a four-day rising streak in most cases. Other indices saw deeper corrections, with both the Japan225 index
Daily Markets Broadcast 2019-06-21 - MarketPulseMarketPulse Home / Daily Markets Broadcast / DAX / Indices / Market Pulse / Technical Analysis / Technical Analysis Indices Share 0 Daily Markets Broadcast 2019-06-21 Wall Street extends gains on Fed outlook With most barriers to a Fed rate cut seemingly removed, US indices pushed higher yesterday, ap
The US dollar retreated across the board versus major pairs as the dovish tone from the Fed’s latest monetary policy linger. Oil prices rose on the combination of a weak dollar and rising supply uncertainty after Iran shot down a US drone. The loonie rose as inflation data on Wednesday gives some breathing room to the Bank of Canada to stay put as
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Important announcement regarding the job openings in Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission Original link
Stocks rose on Thursday after the Federal Reserve hinted at possible interest rate cuts as soon as next month. The S&P 500 reached an all-time high, rising as much as 1% to 2,956.20 as the tech and energy sectors outperformed. As of 1:26 p.m. ET, the broad index was up 0.6%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 167 points higher. The Nasdaq
The Federal Reserve may be on its way to delivering a half-point interest rate cut next month even though economic conditions don’t seem to warrant such an aggressive move, according to Goldman Sachs economists. In a substantial revision to its prior forecasts that the central bank would stand pat, Goldman now sees a likelihood of two reduction thi
The Philadelphia Federal Reserve’s manufacturing gauge tumbled this month, bolstering the Fed’s case for easier monetary policy. The Philadelphia Fed’s manufacturing index fell to 0.3 in June from 16.6 in May. That was the index’s lowest read since February, when it hit zero. The print also came in well below a Dow Jones estimate of 9.3. Lower pric

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