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Porsche IPO: everything you need to know and how to buy shares
The Porsche IPO is pencilled in for September 29. It’s likely to be one of the largest in European stock market history, and could well be the financial event of the year.
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Apple stock: is now the time to buy?
Even though September is often when Apple shines but things are a bit different this year.
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S&P 500’s June bottom continues to be tested: Brent crude, Straits Times Index, GBP/USD
Attempts to pare some losses in the latter half of the trading session were quickly overturned with a last-hour sell-off, as sellers remain bent on retesting the June 2022 bottom for both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq.
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FTSE 100: is the only way down?
The FTSE 100 fell by 2% yesterday to 7,019 points. Uncosted tax cuts, rate rises, and a worsening recession could make the hoped-for recovery implausible.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
It is a quieter macro week after the central bank-filled week that went before it. The German IFO index and US durable goods orders are the main events to look for. Corporate news is quieter, although UK investors will focus on updates from Next and BooHoo.
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Dividend Adjustments 26th September 2022 - 3rd October 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 26th September 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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Best FTSE 100 dividend stocks in October 2022
Persimmon, Lloyds, and National Grid could be attractive FTSE 100 dividend stocks for October as monetary and fiscal policy diverge.
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Would a stamp duty cut prove cause to start buying UK housebuilder stocks?
UK housebuilders are back in focus on speculation that stamp duty rates could be cut. With recent declines taken into account, could this be time to dip a toe in for longer term investors?
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Are Haleon shares a defensive FTSE 100 stock pick after half-year results?
FTSE 100 fledgling Haleon could become an attractive option for defensive portfolios if it can resolve the liability problems it faces over Zantac.
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Bank of England rate preview: will BoE hike by 75bp despite shift in inflation expectations?
The Bank of England look to raise rates once again on Thursday, but size will be key.
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Best UK shares to buy in October 2022
ITM Power, Harbour Energy, and Howden Joinery could be some of the best UK shares to buy next month as the political situation develops.
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Bank of Japan (BoJ) preview: no-change remains as consensus, with focus on yen intervention
The BoJ is set to hold their monetary meeting across 21 – 22 September 2022, with any hints on yen intervention likely to be the focus.
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ASX: stocks to watch for long-term investors
For long-term investors, the fluctuation in the market during a short period doesn’t worry them as stability and ongoing passive income are often viewed as key to their financial goal.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
Three central bank meetings dominate the week, with the UK’s Bank of England (BoE) and the US Federal Reserve (Fed) to raise rates in response to high inflation. The Bank of Japan (BoJ) also meets, but no change is expected there. Flash PMIs dominate the end of the week, while in the UK investors will watch to see the new chancellor lay out tax cuts and other measures to help citizens with the rising cost of living. Major corporate news includes updates from Tui, Compass and Frasers Group in the UK, and FedEx in the US.
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Relief for risk sentiments proved short-lived: S&P 500, Hang Seng Index, Brent crude
The attempt for the S&P 500 to hold above an upward trendline yesterday proved to be short-lived, with the trendline break suggesting no sign of relief for risk sentiments.
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Dividend Adjustments 19th September 2022 - 26th September 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 19th September 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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ASX hits intraday high after latest unemployment data
The recent lift in Australia’s unemployment rate may allow the RBA to consider slowing down the rising interest rate as early as October.
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GOOD BYE BITCOIN - Elliott Wave Analysis
Bitcoin BTC-USD Elliott Wave Technical Analysis Trading Levels. Price Prediction by @TradingLounge
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Is the 25% Lumber rally just the beginning of the next bull market?
Lumber prices start to recover as we approach key Friday deadline for US freight negotiations. Should they fail, nationwide strikes could help bring a renewed bottom as supply grinds to a halt
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Markets attempt to stabilise after worst sell-off since June 2020: S&P 500, NZD/USD, USD/JPY
Some late-night dip-buying revealed an attempt by major US indices to stabilise, coming after their worst sell-off since June 2020.
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London Stock Exchange to close for Queen’s funeral
A bank holiday on Monday 19 September means the UK’s stock exchange will close for the day.
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Likelihood of higher-for-longer rates brought to the forefront once more: Nasdaq 100, Nikkei 225, Gold
Hotter-than-expected August inflation print in the US had overturned hopes of a quicker Fed policies’ pivot, with talks of a 100 basis-point hike in September on the table.
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Will US inflation data extend or reverse the dollar selloff?
The dollar has weakened in the wake of the ECB meeting, with traders looking at tomorrows US CPI release for guidance on where we go from here
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Lake Resources and why share prices skyrocketed 20% in a week
Lake Resources shares have been in sensational form over the past three months as share prices climbed 20% last week, 80% higher since mid-July.
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