Early trading in Asia last night saw markets catapult lower. Thankfully all have recovered heading to the close.
DOW futures traded as low as 25,076 but now stand at 25,580. GOLD traded to 1474.50 but now is trading at 1461.
Donald Trump indicated by a tweet that he will once again increase tariffs on Chinese goods. There has been no progress in the talks that started this week and Chinese media are now saying that a deal is further away
The much anticipated FED meeting is upon us. The FED is expected to lower rates for the first time since 2008.Whilst a 25 basis point cut is virtually written into the market there is a lot of speculation that there
Asian markets again trade slightly higher this morning as the Nikkei225 and Hang Seng post gains of 77 and 75 points respectively.
Investors await the outcome of the ECB rate decision this meeting where some expect a further 10 basis
Asian markets are trading higher this morning but lacking any real impetus at this time, the Hang Seng gaining 50 points.Sterling is again under pressure as we prepare to hear the winner of the leadership race this week. It’s another
Asian markets are firmer on the back of renewed optimism over trade talks, positive earnings from the Coca Cola and United Technologies yesterday and prospects for continued dovish policy from Central Banks starting with the ECB tomorrow.Stocks in the US