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Record jobs report, stocks on fire

Today was all about the US June non-farm payrolls report and it didn’t disappoint. After a catastrophic combined fall of 22 million jobs in March and April, last month saw a su...

Upbeat data and vaccine hopes keep the rally alive

Stock markets across Asia tracked Wall Street higher today following upbeat data from the US and early positive results from Pfizer’s first phase of its Covid-19 vaccine trial....

All eyes on June jobs report

Markets will be focusing on the latest US employment data that will be released later Thursday, ahead of the three-day weekend. US markets will be closed on Friday due to the 4th of ...

Confusing US data

Stock futures have started the third quarter fairly tamely so far, after the best second quarter since 1938. Interestingly, although quarterly gains of 20% are quite rare, future str...

What’s next after Q2 rally?

Risk appetite is stepping hesitantly into the second half of the year, with Asian stocks edging higher while US futures slipped into the red. Over the past three months, the S&P ...

Big beat, big miss, gold higher

Two releases of US data have given a conflicting picture of the world’s largest economy this afternoon. After a mixed outlook in May, where current conditions dipped but expect...

FX Scorecard: Winners and Losers of 2020 so far

So much has happened since the start of 2020.The shocking events across the globe sparked explosive movements across currency, commodity and stock markets with investors thrown on an...

Q2 set to end on risk-on note

Asian stocks are advancing on the final trading day of June, after a positive session on Wall Street, with market sentiment buoyed further by China’s better-than-expected June ...

More volatility ahead as virus spreads

“Coronavirus deaths topped 500,000 worldwide”, is the first headline to grab investors’ attention this morning. The mission is unaccomplished and the virus is still...

Markets still sensitive to Covid-19 fears

US stocks are set to pare some of Friday’s declines, with futures edging into positive territory at the start of the week. Asian stocks are however lower at the time of writing...


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