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Visualisation in Excel of current market situation: Built using https://www.excelpricefeed.com  

"...an inverting yield curve and weak June manufacturing data across the globe have divided analysts on whether or not a pullback is due. DWS forecasts a “moderate cooling of economic activity”, but J

Overnight remains risk off. Indices and Oil down. Gold and Bonds up with Bonds just pulling back. Today not much on the calendar so it's all about the virus. 

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2 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

Overnight Indices and Oil down. Bonds and Gold up.

Today 9:30 UK earnings and employment data. 10:00 Ger and EU econ senti. 

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Head up, 

ZEW Survey - Economic Sentiment (Feb) 

Prev: 26.7

Est: 21.5

Actual: 8.7

Very far off estimate. 

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3 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

Continues risk off overnight. Indices and Oil down. Bonds and Gold up.

Today flash PMIs. Ger at 8:30am, EU at 9am, UK at 9:30, US at 2:45pm. EU CPI at 10am.

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Is that a martian? :D

 

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With worries that the Coronavirus could become a global pandemic, stock markets around the world are showing hefty losses. Ahead of the open on Wall Street, IG is currently pricing a near 750 point drop for the Dow. IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor looks at the losses and says that in context it is still just a small retracement, but nonetheless it does provide an out of market trading opportunity. Jeremy also says that there are a number of US stocks that you can also trade out of hours on the IG platform.

Video in community: https://community.ig.com/igtv/

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