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Neil Wilson

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We were looking for a level and maybe we got it; or maybe it’s a dead cat bounce. US stock markets staged one of the most remarkable turnarounds in living memory. The Nasdaq ended the day in the green...
European stock markets were lower at the start of trade on Monday as bulls licked their wounds after the worst week for Wall Street since March 2020. The FTSE 100 retreated under 7,450, though there...
Tale of the tape: Tech carnage continues, stock markets continue downwards spiral, pandemic bubble stocks getting some treatment, Bitcoin cracks at $40k. Is this the bear market proper – an end to the...
Stocks in Europe are lower in early trade on Tuesday after Asian equity markets apparently turned lower on rising bond yields. The yield on United States 10-Year paper rose above 1.85% on Monday,...
On watch: Firstly to geopolitics for a change. The situation regards Ukraine and Russia looks precarious. Increasingly this antebellum escalation has the hallmarks of a brutally choreographed Russian...
European stocks were slightly weaker in early trade after yesterday’s rally. We had a solid session for the FTSE 100 on Wednesday, marking a new pandemic high at 7,565. This morning trading a little...
Stock markets around Europe rose after an upbeat session on Wall Street driven by a recovery in tech stocks as the rise in bond yields eased. Fed chair Jay Powell offered reassurance in his...
Stocks are off to a sluggish start in Europe after a mixed bag in Asia overnight, following four straight days of losses on Wall Street. The FTSE 100 was keeping its head below 7,500 but not looking...
Central banks are slowly and at different speeds beginning to dial back their emergency pandemic-era support. This ought to create a bit more FX volatility in the coming months as it plays out and as...
If you were angry the Bank of England didn’t raise interest rates last month, you’ll be absolutely livid they don’t do it again tomorrow. Inflation in the UK has surged to a decade-high 5.1%,...
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