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Fiona Cincotta

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Fiona Cincotta's Opinion & Analysis
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After Monday’s impressive moves, Tuesday trading was more subdued. Today, owning to a shortage of fresh catalysts, European bourses look set to slip lower on the open, after a mixed session in Asia...
Vaccine hopes and positive comments from Fed Chair Powell fuelled continued optimism surrounding the reopening of economies. The agreement between France and Germany on an EU reconstruction fund added...
Asian markets pushed higher overnight, whilst European and US futures are pointing to a stronger start as investors ignore rising US – Sino tension and focus on the gradual reopening of businesses...
After two downbeat sessions, investors are once again in a buying mood showing immunity to a whole host of reasons to remain bearish (not least to mention 3 million more Americans filing for jobless...
A dose of reality from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell overnight has brought stocks crashing lower. Wall Street closed in the red, with losses spilling over into Asia, and Europe is unsurprisingly...
Wall Street ended lower after Fauci and the Fed set a somber tone. Risk aversion then spilled into Asia and is setting the path for a lower start in Europe. US Health official Anthony Fauci warned...
The DAX has rallied 30% from its low of 8257 reached 19th March. It remains 20% off levels traded at the end of February. Whilst, the Germany economy is reopening as restrictive lockdown measures are...
European bourses are pointing to a mixed start as investors continue to weigh the reopening of economies against the prospect of a second wave of infections amid strained trade relations, but...
Following in the footsteps of Asia overnight, European bourses are pointing to a stronger start on the open, shrugging off horrible US jobs data from last week. Risk appetite is being boosted by the...
BoE keeps rates on hold in early morning announcementAfter significant action from the BoE over the past 2 months, Andrew Bailey & Co. voted to keep monetary policy unchanged, in a move applauded by...