Global markets are faring well despite the provocation of fears over both a trade war and escalating tensions over missile attacks in Syria. In Asia, the Nikkei225 gained 56 points whilst the Hang Seng underperformed, losing 546 points but this
With rising tension in Syria, and more notably the response of the United States and the international community being added to already nervous markets, caution is the word to attach to your trading this week.
Syria has now been added
Asian markets subdued overnight as a large number of markets remain closed for the Easter holidays. In Japan markets were open and were trading higher for much of the trading day but turned lower in the last hour of trading
Markets buoyant after stronger than expected jobs numbers
Markets around the globe are in buoyant mood after the NFP numbers were much better than expected on Friday. This followed the trend of some good ADP numbers earlier in the week.
Following small declines on Wall Street on Friday, Asian bourses were marked lower in early trading this Monday. The Nikkei225 closed 140 points lower whilst the Hang Seng lost nearly 700 points with nearly half of this number being lost
Market activity this morning is muted as the Chinese markets remain closed for the Chinese New Year and the States celebrate Presidents Day. Volume and liquidity will be affected in equal measure but that may not be a bad thing
In recent weeks, the DOW Jones has seen swings so extreme, that they are bring compared to the global financial crash of 07/08. It certainly doesn’t imply that America’s economy is destined for recession. However, these erratic levels provided an
After trading at record low levels for an extended period, volatility awoke from its slumber recently and spooked the markets. VIX or the ‘Fear Gauge’ is trading at 29 this morning after spiking as high as 50 during the early
We’ve discussed an array of habits and methods you have to incorporate into your trading to succeed or develop. We’re back to add to that ever-growing list with integrating Correlated Markets into your trading style and analysis.
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Following a huge drop on the major Indices on Friday, we saw a nervous start to the equity markets although, there were slightly mixed fortunes on the Asian markets overnight. The Nikkei225 ended down 592 points whilst the Hang Seng