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Gold spiked higher this morning with safe-haven demand intensifying as the global spread of CoVid-19 continues. Equities came under pressure and risk-beta currencies were pressed lower. European...
US indices have started the week negatively after the number of CoVid-19 cases outside of China increases. The G-20 meeting at the weekend warned of risks to global growth due to supply chain...
Hopes that the China stimulus measures will be enough to shore up the China economy lifted most US indices to new highs, while FOMC minutes suggested the Fed’s wait-and-see policy remained...
AUD/USD at 11-year low Australia’s unemployment rate rose to 5.3% in January, up from 5.1% the previous month, and the highest reading since October last year. The uptick can be partly explained...
Gold at six-week highA warning from Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) yesterday about not hitting Q1 targets due to the impact of CoVid-19 started gold on an upward trajectory yesterday. Apple’s warning comes...
Apple’s warning that it will miss Q1 targets due to the CoVid-19 virus saw markets open under pressure, and they stayed there. Apple’s warning comes as other companies update about supply...
US indices slid this morning as investors assessed whether China’s stimulus efforts will be enough to counter the CoVid-19 threat. Oil prices rise further. US30USD Daily Chart The...
The virility and spread of the CoVid-19 virus are overcoming both data and testimony from Fed Chairman Powell suggesting the US economy is performing well, pulling US equities from record highs and...
US indices fell Friday amid caution about the spread of the CoVid-19 ahead of the long weekend in the US. Today is President’s Day, so liquidity and volumes could be limited. China, Hong Kong...
Today’s Asian morning session was a quiet, timid affair, with investors unwilling to participate given the US President’s day holiday today. Markets were generally adopting a mild risk-on...