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KBC Sunset Market Commentary 28/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Sunset Monday, February 28, 2022 Daily Market Overview Click here to read the PDF-version of this report. Markets • Russia is hurrying to defend its tanking currency in the wake of new sanctions announced by Europe and the US. By cutting the Bank of Russia’s access to its international reserves, they prevent the central bank from cushioning the blow on the currency and economy. The US Treasury Department later added more sanctions, banning transactions by US persons with the Russian central bank, the National Wealth Fund and the Ministry of Finance. In a response, the CBR jacked up policy rates from 9.5% to …

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KBC Sunrise Market Commentary 28/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Monday, 28 February 2022 Please  click here  to read the PDF version Markets •          In the past, the impact of (geo)political tensions on global markets often tended the be relatively short-lived. End last week, it looked that global markets again were inclined to embrace a similar scenario. Investors apparently assumed that the Russian military action could soon be concluded and might lead to a ‘new political equilibrium’ in Ukraine (possible negotiations? Neutrality?). European (EuroStoxx +3.69%) and US equities (S&P +2.24%) rebounded. European/German bond investors also gave up most of their safe haven positioning and cautiously also returned their focus rising …

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KBC Sunset Market Commentary 25/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Sunset Friday, February 25, 2022 Daily Market Overview Click here to read the PDF-version of this report. Markets: • Yesterday’s US  price action already suggested that markets were preparing for some kind of ‘post-Ukraine normalcy’. US equities more than reversed initial losses. Yields returned to well-known territory. Fed officials held the line that, at this stage, geopolitical developments don’t change the Fed policy roadmap. This morning’s first reaction on European markets understandably was more guarded as headlines indicated that a battle for the Ukraine capital Kyiv could start any time. The impact of the conflict for neighboring Europe also will be deeper …

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KBC Sunrise Market Commentary 25/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Friday, 25 February 2022 Please  click here  to read the PDF version Markets •          European stocks suffered losses of almost 4% after Putin shocked by attacking Ukraine in places beyond the Luhansk and Donetsk regions. The EuroStoxx50 closed below the pre-pandemic high of 3867. The US opened with similar losses but then staged a huge intraday turnaround. Dip-buyers hurled the Nasdaq from -3.5% losses into a 3.4% gain. Other indices finished in the green too (DJI +0.6%, S&P500 +1.5%). They might assume we’ve seen the worst after the recently upgraded batch of sanctions and provided the conflict remains contained to …

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KBC Sunset Market Commentary 24/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Sunset Thursday, February 24, 2022 Daily Market Overview Click here to read the PDF-version of this report. Markets • Financial markets were more or less prepared for Russian military presence in the Donbas region earlier this week, but not so much for the current demilitarization on the rest of Ukrainian soil, probably with the aim of quickly installing a pro-Russian regime in Kyiv. The main moves occurred during Asian trading, but persisted during European hours. The jury remains out on the direction during the US session, but early indications suggest temporary relief at best. We start the market wrap-up on stock markets. …

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KBC Sunrise Market Commentary 19/01/2022 via Trader Talent

Wednesday, 19 January 2022 Please  click here  to read the PDF version Markets •          The new paradigm that dominates trading since the start of the year simply continued as trading resumed post Martin Luther King Day. Markets ever more see inflation as an obstacle to growth rather than a result of healthy demand, raising speculation that the Fed will have to act sooner and more aggressive than anticipated until now. A further rise in oil due to geopolitical tensions add to that picture. Investors are also looking out for signs of cost pressures affecting corporate margins as the earnings season …

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Hills taps Trader Talent, LiveSquawk for training course – FOW

Hills taps Trader Talent, LiveSquawk for training course by Luke Jeffs Former Liffe trader Martin Hills has struck a three-way partnership with a financial training firm and an online commentary service to launch an accredited training program aimed at retail traders. London-based Financial eLearning, founded by Hills, has partnered with training specialist Trader Talent and LiveSquawk, the audio news service for traders, to launch an online training program that offers participants greater flexibility. Read the rest of the article by Luke Jeffs here: https://www.globalinvestorgroup.com/articles/3697494/hills-taps-trader-talent-livesquawk-for-training-course #Financialelearning #livesquawk #tradertalent Register for a 2 week free trial today, pass a Growth, Venture or …

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Trader Noble Market Commentary 31/03/2021

On 31/03/2021 TraderTalent.com is bringing you TraderNoble.com. U.S. Equity Markets continued their choppy trade, finishing the day lower, led by the NASDAQ 100 which closed with a loss of 0.56%. A spike in bond yields weighed on markets. This has been a theme playing out over the past few weeks. Higher bond yields spark fears of higher borrowing costs, which could impact the growth outlook for some companies. Other news was positive, however. President Joe Biden said 90% of all U.S. adults should be eligible to receive a COVID-19 inoculation by April 19, boosting the economic outlook. And Consumer Confidence …