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US In what is going to be not only a quiet week for the US, but most of the world from an economic perspective, there are still some important and interesting figures being released that...
UK A slow start to the week for the UK in terms of economic announcements starts with the Final Manufacturing PMIs being released on Monday, followed by the 30-year Bond auction on Tuesday. Wednesday...
Following yesterday’s losses, it was a bit of a do-nothing open for the European indices, though there was notable movement from sterling. Extending what has turned into quite a nasty run for...
Though the losses weren’t severe, the European markets turned into the red on Thursday following Wednesday’s enlightening Fed meeting. With inflation in the US ever on the rise, the...
It was a surprisingly calm open on Wednesday, suggesting the markets have set aside certain anxieties for the moment. In the UK, headlines were dominated by another sharp jump in inflation. The...
A decent UK jobs report allowed the FTSE to open at its highest level since the pandemic began this Tuesday. The most relevant figure this morning was the claimant count change reading for the month...
The pressure is mounting on the Federal Reserve – but what, if any, action will take they on Wednesday? US Last week’s inflation data has pushed the central bank closer to the precipice...
While the rest of Europe hit snooze, the FTSE continued to climb on Friday morning despite some mixed UK data. Most of the big figures underperformed. Industrial production for April contracted by...
There was an air of anxiousness to the markets this Thursday, and not without good reason. It’s a busy session, with the month’s ECB meeting and the latest US inflation readings vying for...
On an otherwise dull start to the day, the FTSE pulled back from yesterday’s levels as trading got underway. The UK’s foray above 7,100 didn’t last long. After the bell it dropped...