US equity markets closed the last day of the second quarter in the red, as a struggle between some inflation ‘relief’ and growing recession fears largely ensued.
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Snowflake shares may be forming a bottom after strong Q1 results and positive words from JP Morgan and Jefferies analysts.
Charles Archer | Financial Writer, London | Publication date: Thursday 30 June 2022
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The S&P 500 has plunged as much as 25% from its January’s peak, with a recent relief rally once again proving to be short-lived.
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The US equity markets largely traded within a tight range and ended flat overnight, which revealed some wait-and-see ahead of the key US PCE price index release later today.
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Is the Walgreens share price likely to continue its slide as it halts the sale of Boots?
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Risk-off sentiment has returned, and this has resulted in gains for the dollar at the expense of the euro, sterling and yen.
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EUR/USD returned to the 50-day simple moving ave
easyJet’s share price could be forced down further in Q4, after cutting flights amid an intense staffing crisis.
Charles Archer | Financial Writer, London | Publication date: Wednesday 29 June 2022
The risk-on sentiment started to fade towards the end of the financial year amid ongoing worries about high inflation and slowing economic growth. The impacts for ASX and AUD/USD could be significant.
Initial gains in US equity markets failed to hold, with selling pressure present throughout the trading session as the risk of a new lower-high formation for US indices appears to be materialising.
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Bitcoin falls alongside US equity markets as market sentiment deteriorates; retail sales data out of Japan and Australia eyed to assess APAC growth and BTC/USD nears critical test of support as bears advance for third day.
Wednesday’s Asia-Pacific outloo
Nike shares are struggling to find momentum in all-sessions trading after finishing the session lower on Monday after fourth quarter earnings were released.
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Where to next for the Barclays share price following the bank’s acquisition of Kensington Mortgages?
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After recovering close to 8% from its post-Fed bottom, the relief rally for US equity markets took a pause overnight, as US Treasury yields resumed its upward trajectory and weighed on the rate-sensitive Nasdaq.
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Is NVIDIA's share price in the process of bottoming out?
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Preserving some defensive stocks in the share portfolio will help hedge against potential risk and install a safety net in the event of a downturn in the financial markets.
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To end last week, a combination of a downward revision in consumer inflation expectations and some downplaying of recession risks by Fed member James Bullard have paved the way for some recovery in risk sentiments.
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The Australian dollar eyes further gains versus the US dollar; Chinese industrial profits data in focus to kick off APAC trading and AUD/USD may face resistance from the 23.6% Fib and 20-day SMA.
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