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Banking sector remains a worry

In an absolutely stunning four day turnaround the FTSE100 has managed to post not only its lowest level in 4 months at the end of last week, but also its best close since April 21st as yesterday the UK main benchmark managed to reclaim all of its post Brexit losses...

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Markets stabilise following two days of selling

Equity markets embraced the first rebound on Tuesday after two days of selling. The FTSE 100 and DAX indices both opened higher, finishing the day with 2.64% and 1.93% gains respectively...

Double ratings downgrade hits UK

It has been a torrid few days for equity markets and the pound in particular as it continues to plumb new multi-year lows against the US dollar, though we could get some respite today...

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Yellen speech in focus after US payrolls miss

For most of last week, today speech by Fed chief Janet Yellen was being viewed through a lens of the timing potential for a June rate rise. This was largely down to some large scale expectations management by a raft of Fed officials in the lead up to Fridays May payrolls report...

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OPEC meeting in the spotlight

Asian markets consolidated on the first trading day in June, as uncertainties surrounding the FOMC and Brexit started to dampen market optimism. The Chinese and HK markets both closed marginally lower on Wednesday due to mixed PMI data...

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PMI data set to take centre stage

Equity markets continued to struggle for direction on both sides of the Atlantic last week, with the Dow posting its fourth negative week in a row and its worst losing streak since 2014, though the S&P500 did manage to eke out a weekly gain...


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Equities, commodities and treasuries fall

In short, everything was falling as the fear of a June rate hike returned to the market. According to Bloomberg world interest rate probability, the implied chance of a June rate hike has climbed to 32% from 4% over the last two days...

  


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