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Best UK ETFs to buy in Q3 2022
Some of the best UK ETFs to buy this quarter include those centred-on investing themes such as gold, Brent Crude, and sustainable equity.
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Dogecoin (DOGEUSD) Elliott Wave Technical Analysis
Dogecoin (DOGEUSD) Elliott Wave Analysis by @TradingLounge Daily Chart, 2 August 2022.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
The action keeps on coming, with the recent central bank focus shifting towards employment data as the US brings the latest jobs report. With the US having entered a technical recession, traders will be watching closely for further weakness to impact Federal Reserve (Fed) plans. Also keep an eye out for jobs data from New Zealand and Canada.
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Dividend Adjustments 1st August 2022 - 8th August 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 1st August 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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Best UK shares to buy in August 2022
The UK’s best shares to buy in August include Lloyds, Rolls-Royce, and Centrica, as all three are surrounded by strong defensive moats as the downturn hits.
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Debt to GDP Ratio by Country: State of Global Debt 2022
The EU scraps debt promises, for now.
Debt to GDP league champ: Japan.
China’s debt to GDP rate is probably too good to be true.
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Market alert: AUD/USD jumps to five-week high amid Australian inflation outlook
Treasurer Jim Chalmers warns of a red flag in Australia's economic and fiscal position; upgrades the end-of-year inflation prediction to 7.75%.
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Post-Fed rally brings new higher high for S&P 500: S&P 500, Singapore Blue Chip, US Dollar Index
The conclusion of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting overnight saw an expected 75 basis-point (bp) hike to a range of 2.25% to 2.5%, which was in line with market expectations.
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A Price Action Tell: Support at Prior Resistance, Resistance at Prior Support
As we talked about in our introduction to price action, markets are cyclical creatures. Prices go up, prices go down and as traders, the most we can hope to do is ride on the right side of the wave for a bit.
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What is a Short Squeeze and How to Trade It?
The short squeeze has demanded the audience from many of the best investors and traders the world over, with some boastful about correct market predictions while others are humbled by the swift yet destructive nature that is the short squeeze.
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Tug-of-war in market sentiments as FOMC meeting gets under way: S&P 500, AUD/USD, Copper
De-risking in the US equity markets continues to take place overnight, as economic data and downbeat profit guidance from Walmart provided little catalysts for markets to cheer.
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Which is the better share to buy: Barclays or Lloyds?
A fundamental and technical outlook on the Barclays and Lloyds share price.
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FAANG Earnings Week Ahead: Apple, Amazon, Google, Meta, Microsoft
FAANG Earnings Week Ahead: Apple, Amazon, Google, Meta, Microsoft
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How will easyJet shares compare to Ryanair’s post Q3 trading statement?
Where to next for the easyJet share price as Ryanair posts its first post-pandemic profit?
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US equity markets mixed with impending rate hike from the Fed: GBP/USD, STI, EUR/GBP
Major US indices were mixed to kickstart the new trading week, as sector performance revealed investors’ positioning for the impending rate hike from the Fed this week.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
Earnings season is in full swing, on both sides of the Atlantic, and investors and traders may well find themselves hard-pushed to keep up with the avalanche of updates that are scheduled for the week to come. Big tech reports in the US, plus a host of others, along with UK banks, miners and airlines.
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FOMC meeting and big tech earnings calls for some wait-and-see: US dollar, USD/SGD, Gold
The end of last week saw major US indices snapping their three-day winning streak, as earnings underperformance and weak guidance from Snap cast a cloud of uncertainty over the outlook for social media and technology companies.
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Alphabet Q2 earnings preview: who will win the budget competition in online ads?
Alphabet will report its Q2 earnings on 26 July after the market closes. The focus will be on Google’s advertising revenue which is suffering strong headwinds as the economy slows down.
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What to expect from Nasdaq 100 heavyweight Meta’s (Facebook) Q2 results
Meta earnings are expected to contract significantly on an annualized basis in Q2 2022
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Snap’s results put a pause on risk sentiments post-market: Nasdaq 100, STI, EUR/USD
The US equity markets continue to push higher overnight on earnings optimism, with results from Tesla joining the likes of Netflix to drive outperformance in the growth sectors once more.
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Dividend Adjustments 25th July 2022 - 1st August 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 25th July 2022.
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ECB meeting preview: rates expected to rise, but slow pace could put pressure on EUR/USD
The ECB look to finally make a move in response to rising inflation, but will it be enough to turn the tide on EUR/USD?
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US indices build on further gains overnight: EUR/USD, Brent crude, USD/JPY
US equity indices continue to build on their gains overnight, as subscribers’ resilience from Netflix paved the way for further outperformance in growth stocks.
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Market alert: Japanese yen gyrates against USD as BOJ holds steady on ultra-loose policy
Japanese yen gyrates against the US dollar on Bank of Japan decision; BoJ maintains policy rate, yield-curve control amid tepid inflation and USD/JPY steadies after initial move as trades search for direction.
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Twitter Q2 earnings: will it help the company recover from its recent turmoil?
Twitter has been center stage all year and not because of its performance but the ongoing turmoil and drama with Tesla CEO Elon Musk. This week, all eyes will be on its Q2 earnings after the company smashed expectations in Q1.
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