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  • COVID-19: Lock-downs Extended, UK PM In Intensive Care

    COVID-19 Dampening Spring Spirit With Europe and America moving through Spring and many countries seeing an agreeable spike in temperature, this is usually a bright and optimistic time of year. However, given the current situation, the war, weather and blue skies are just a picture in a window frame for many as the global lock-downs […]

  • The IndeX Files 07-04-2020

    Optimistic Tone To Asset Markets Global equities benchmarks have started the week in a positive manner with asset prices improving across the board. Following a retracement lower last week across key indices, we are now seeing a continuation of the initial recovery which started in the final week of March. The lock-downs in place around […]

  • Chart of the Day EURUSD

    Chart of the Day EURUSD EURUSD – Probable Price Path EURUSD – Today then focus will be on the Eurogroup meeting of finance ministers to decide on a European response to the coronavirus economic impact to complement national fiscal measures and the ECB’s monetary policy stimulus package. There has been well-publicised disagreements on so-called ‘corona […]

  • Is it Late to go Long in Gold? Real Interest Rate Path in the US Suggests “no”

    The first signs of consistency appear in the decrease of the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19.

  • Daily Market Outlook, April 7, 2020

    Daily Market Outlook, April 7, 2020  The Asian market is mostly up for a second consecutive day on optimism that the coronavirus epidemic may be slowing in some countries. New cases fell in Spain and Italy, while New York Governor Cuomo said that the number of mortalities may be plateauing. China reported no new deaths […]

  • Tickmill’s Investing Diva, AUDJPY Daily Outlook 07-04-20

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  • Daily Commodity Coverage: April 7, 2020

    USD/CAD What happened previously? There are more signs showing the crisis may be easing in some areas, sending stocks soaring. Italy, France, Germany and Spain reported lower numbers of new cases. S&P 500 jumped 7% to 2663.68 as of 4 pm in New York, to the highest since March 13.It rose above its 200-week moving […]