We're LIVE with a grey market on the forthcoming Robinhood Grey market. The market Settles basis the market capitalisation of Robinhood at the official close of the primary exchange on the 1st day of unconditional trading excluding any outstanding and optional shares.
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 23-Nov 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.
I wanted to bring this article from DailyFX up. The reason is the sentiment among IG traders. There's uncertainty with this pair and it shows with such close long and short figures. Are you trading this now or waiting on more news before trading?
Some info on what to expect this evening with the 2020 US Election. Many states now on a knife-edge - meaning this could easily turn into a landslide (hate the term) at the slightest shift. If you're looking to trade over the election make sure you know you research and remember volatility is expected to be high.
Rolls-Royce announces £2 billion rights issue. The reason for the change is Rolls-Royce has announced a rights issue. The ex date is today. If you held shares from yesterday through to the open this morning you will be entitled to the following.
UK and European clocks go back one hour when Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends on Sunday 25th October. From this date until Sunday 1st November, the end of US DST, there will be a number of changes to our opening hours.
GBP PRICE, BREXIT NEWS AND ANALYSIS. UK public sector borrowing in the first half of the current financial year was more than six times the figure a year earlier due to the economic cost of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chris Beauchamp’s insight. US earnings season is upon us once again, with the banks taking their traditional place at the forefront of the procession. This will help to provide a different narrative to the ‘stimulus on/off’ discussion of the past week or more.
The September US jobs report released on Friday provides traders with a fresh opportunity to scrutinise the economic recovery after months of improvements that have followed the first quarter (Q1) economic collapse. Coming at a time when we have seen a resurgence for the dollar, the jobs report will be released at 1.30pm on Friday 2 October.
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