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Wall Street on a breather as Apple failed to commit to all-time high: Russell 2000, AUD/USD, Silver
A mixed showing in Wall Street eventually saw the Nasdaq pare its initial gains by the close, partly as optimism around Apple’s share price fizzled.
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Investor Spotlight: Three resilient Aussie stocks amid economic uncertainties
As Australia faces stubborn inflation and potential rate hikes, we delve into three robust stocks — CSL, Transurban, and NextDC — that have a history of weathering economic storms.
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The Powerful Link Between Economic Data and Forex Trading: A Paradigm of Informed Decisions
@Agarwal shares the captivating world of economic data and its profound impact on currency exchange rates.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
This week sees decisions from the Australian and Canadian central banks, while China purchasing managers index (PMI), trade and inflation data will provide more information on that economy as slowdown fears accelerate. Corporate news is light, although there is a first-half update from Crest Nicholson and trading statements from British American Tobacco and Foxtons.
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Dividend Adjustments 05th Jun 2023 - 12th Jun 2023
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 05th Jun 2023. These are projected dividends and are likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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Fed’s rate expectations see-sawed overnight: Copper, Hang Seng Index, AUD/NZD
With market participants still largely trying to comprehend the Fed’s policy path ahead, rate expectations had fluctuated widely overnight.
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Are Nvidia shares in a $1 trillion bubble of epic proportions?
Nvidia shares have rocketed in 2023 as investors seek the capital growth of the AI revolution. Is this just another bubble?
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Counting the Cost: How Many Day's Interest on Forex Open Positions- Jun 2023
We are pleased to provide you with a table that shows the number of days' worth of overnight funding fee you will be charged if you keep a forex position open on a particular day.
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Euro poised for minor rebound against dollar amid market uncertainty
Despite speculation of a minor rebound, the Euro continues to struggle against the dollar as an excess of long positions and disappointing Euro area economic figures add pressure.
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Market morning update: US dollar, Straits Times Index, GBP/USD
Holidays in the US and UK brought about a relatively quiet start to the new trading week, while US equity futures this morning pointed to modest gains as an attempt to follow through with its rally last week.
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Debt ceiling crisis: will it find a solution before X-date?
Debt ceiling talks have dominated the sentiment since early May. With the "X-date" fast-approaching, what could be the impact on investment markets?
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
A quieter week lies ahead for the most part, though US job numbers on Friday provide the potential for some volatility. But with the debt ceiling now nearly reached, investors will be watching to see if US politicians can sort a deal before the 1 June ‘X Day’.
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Dividend Adjustments 29th May 2023 - 05th Jun 2023
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 29th May 2023. These are projected dividends and are likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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Memorial Day (US) / Spring Bank Holiday (UK) Trading Hours
Please find our expected trading hours for Memorial Day (US) / Spring Bank Holiday (UK)  in the table below. All times BST:
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AMD, Nvidia, Intel: which is a better stock to hold?
We would love to hear from you, vote on the chip giants poll. Share any analysis with the Community and comment on this blog which is a better stock to hold?
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Lloyds shares: where next for the FTSE 100’s high volume bank?
Lloyds’ share price could start to rise after delivering a solid financial performance in Q1. But the FTSE 100 bank may be overexposed to the UK's domestic economy.
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A little less conversation, a little more action: Markets demand progress amid US debt ceiling stalemate
The DXY is on the rise amidst ongoing debt ceiling negotiations; the Euro Area faces its own economic woes, further propelling the USD's value and China's slowdown fears are adding to the increasing support for the USD.
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Is the downward correction in gold over?
Gold rebounded on Friday after Fed chair Powell’s remarks; however, the drop to a six-week low could be a sign that cracks have started to emerge in gold’s uptrend and what is the outlook and key levels to watch in XAU/USD?
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
This week sees the release of UK consumer price index (CPI) and Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) minutes, potentially major drivers for GBP/USD and indeed for many other dollar crosses. Flash purchasing managers index (PMI) on Tuesday will also provide some more insight into the state of the global economy. There is plenty of corporate data too, including Ryanair and Marks & Spencer in the UK, plus the insurer Aviva, while in the US Nvidia and Gap are also worth watching.
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Counting the Cost: How Many Days' Interest on Forex Open Positions- May 2023
We are pleased to provide you with a table that shows the number of days' worth of overnight funding fee you will be charged if you keep a forex position open on a particular day.
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Dividend Adjustments 22nd May 2023 - 29th May 2023
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 22nd May 2023. These are projected dividends and are likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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Best FTSE 250 shares to buy in June 2023
Greggs, JD Wetherspoon, and Centamin could constitute the three best FTSE 250 stocks to buy next month.
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Wall Street bounced on US debt ceiling optimism: Nasdaq 100, Nikkei 225, Gold
Signs of progress on the US debt ceiling had provided some much-needed relief overnight, which translated to a mid-day bounce in the major US indices.
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A reversal or a dead-cat bounce in US dollar?
It would be premature to call the US dollar’s recent rebound a reversal of the downward; recent Fed speak has been hawkish, putting the spotlight on Powell’s speech coming Friday and what’s next for EUR/USD, GBP/USD, and USD/JPY?
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Is this the moment of reckoning for gold?
Gold’s rally is showing signs of fatigue; hawkish commentary from Fed officials is leading to a reassessment of rate cuts this year and what is the outlook and key levels to watch in XAU/USD?
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