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Ipek Ozkardeskaya

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The Swiss National Bank (SNB) cut its rate by another 25bp yesterday. The latest uptick in inflation didn’t bother the Swiss policymakers who considered that inflation remains in check in...
Appetite in Europe was weak yesterday in the absence of American markets. The French CAC40 remained firmly offered near its 200-DMA and fell 0.77%, the European Stoxx 600 index retreated 0.17%, and...
Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) finally stole the title of the world’s most valuable company from Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) yesterday following a beautiful 3.5% rally that propelled the...
The S&P 500 hit a record high yesterday, its 30th record high since the beginning of this year. The technology stocks led the rally. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), which revealed its plans to integrate...
Last week was brilliant for the major US indices but gloomy elsewhere. The S&P 500 was slightly down on Friday, but the index posted its best weekly advance in a month on the back of a surprise...
Market sentiment was once again very different on both sides of the Atlantic. The European markets remained under the pressure of tense political environment in France and a 3% slump in April...
The Federal Reserve’s (Fed) dot plot plotted one rate cut for 2024, down from three in March and the Fed revised its inflation forecasts higher. But the Fed’s announcement didn’t get more hawkish...
We have different moods on different continents this week. The European equities remained under the pressure of heating French political tensions on Tuesday, as the Republican President Ciotto...
Unimpressive to investors what Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) revealed about its AI plans at its Worldwide Developer conference yesterday. The company gave details regarding its partnership with Sam Altman’s...
The sight of the 272K new nonfarm job additions and the fastening wages growth above 4% on a yearly basis smashed the dovish Federal Reserve (Fed) expectations on Friday, and sent the US 2-year yield...