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Dividend Adjustments 3 Feb - 10 Feb

Expected index adjustments  Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 3 Feb 2020. If you have any queries or questions on this please let us know in the comments section below. For further information regarding dividend adjustments, and how they affect  your positions, please take a look at the video         NB: All dividend adjustments are forecasts and therefore speculative. A dividend adjust

ThomasIG

ThomasIG

 

Growth signals sour; Fed and ECB testimony; China in focus - DailyFX Key Themes

An Economic Update on the Calendar and In the Public Eye Concern over the course of the global economy was revived this past week with a few troubled indicators raising awareness, but the real interest was what arose in the market-based measures. With the recovery in capital market measures, the meaningful divergence in performance from growth-sensitive assets like copper and crude oil (with a 13-day consecutive drop and 13-month low respectively). In fact, the 60-day correlation – a three-

JohnDFX

JohnDFX

 

GDP top data listing ;coronarivus influence confusion; FX intervention - DailyFX Key Themes

From the Data, Growth is Top Concern Again  If we were to gauge how much market movement is arising from scheduled event risk relative to those unexpected winds from the headlines, I would put greater emphasis on the latter. That can make for difficult trading conditions considering updates like the coronavirus spread do not abide a clear time and distinct categorical outcomes. In this kind of environment, it is more difficult to establish clear and productive trends as there is not a clear

JohnDFX

JohnDFX

Changes to opening hours from 8 March

Changes to opening hours from 8 March  Between Sunday 8 March and Sunday 29 March, US and Canadian markets will trade one hour earlier than usual in UK time. This is to reflect the start of Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the US on the former date, and British Summer Time (BST) in the UK on the latter. Please note the following changes during this period (all times GMT): • US & Canadian equities (including equity options) markets will be open between 1.30pm a

US jobs report preview: will NFP follow underwhelming ADP release?​​​​​

Friday’s US jobs report could bring a bearish reversal for the dollar despite the ongoing bid to claw back jobs lost in March and April. The August US jobs report released on Friday provides traders with another opportunity to take a close look at the ongoing economic recovery following the economic collapse that took hold in the first half (H1) of 2020. Capping off the week, the jobs report will be released at 1.30pm (UK time) on Friday 4 September. ADP weakness could spell trouble fo

CharlotteIG

CharlotteIG

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