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What’s your poison? GME? AMC? APE? Or how about Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY), which rallied 18% yesterday as it secured new funding? Either way, you can be sure that meme stocks are going...
Market Round Trip
By Neil Wilson - Aug 23, 2022
Having left for holidays on August 5th, with the S&P 500 closed for the week at 4,145, not a lot seems to have changed. Monday’s session saw the worst decline for the US stock market in 2...
European stock markets broadly followed Wall Street after US stocks snapped a two-day losing streak to rally handsomely as better economic data boosted sentiment even as bond yields rose. The FTSE 100...
Fed officials are dripping on the wires – pushing back against what they see as the market betting on an early pivot to greater accommodation...as I have said here consistently there is no way...
European stock markets ended Monday down after trading higher for much of the session and are a little weaker again this morning, though the FTSE nudged a bit higher with help from the oil majors. US...
Solid earnings, easing around inflation worries, and some repricing around the Fed, plus a weaker dollar, have enabled a strong bear market rally. The S&P 500 can probably still hit 4,200, but I...
Dichot(econ)omy: Can inflation be deflationary? Of course, demand destruction is part of the cycle. But also yes in a more immediate sense depending on which basket of goods or services you are...
European stock markets edged a little lower but were well within recent ranges early on Monday as investors look ahead to a key Federal Reserve meeting this week. Wall Street ended a positive week on...
The European Central Bank (ECB) is certain to raise interest rates today, the first such move in 11 years, having guided to do so at its last meeting. There has been some chatter about a double-hit...
UK inflation rose to a fresh 40-year high at 9.4% - no wonder the Bank of England governor, Andrew Bailey, was yesterday chirruping about a 50bps hike at the next meeting. And with energy prices to...