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US bank earnings and price forecasts: Bank of America Q2 2022 results preview
Bank of America’s maintains buy rating ahead of Q2 results, although long-term price trend remains down.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
It promises to be a busy week for markets. Earnings season will begin in the US, with banks and Delta Airlines heading up the charge into the new reporting season, potentially one of the most vital in several years. In addition the UK market sees a host of trading statements from a variety of firms. Economic data will be dominated by US CPI and PPI, plus Chinese GDP and the German ZEW index. In addition, we expect the Bank of Canada to tighten policy, continuing a theme of recent months.
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Dividend Adjustments 11th July 2022 - 18th July 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 11th July 2022.
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Where to next for the FTSE 100, DAX 40 and Dow Jones Industrial Average?
With ongoing worries about the state of the global economy where are equity indices headed?
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US jobs preview: traders look for signs of economic deterioration and problematic wage growth
Friday's US jobs report provides markets with a fresh update on how the economy is developing in the face of inflation and recession fears.
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US dollar outlook: DXY Index may rally after resistance cleared, eyes on Fed rate bets
US dollar’s Q2 2022 performance was the best since Q4 2016; Fed policy inflation gap hints USD may still have room to rise and DXY dollar index confirmed critical breakout above resistance.
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Major US indices inched higher post-Fed minutes: S&P 500, China A50, GBP/USD
Major US indices inched higher overnight, even as the release of the Fed minutes pointed towards the possibility of ‘even more restrictive’ monetary policy should inflation persists.
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Some turnaround in US equity markets overnight but recession fears persist: US Crude, STI, EUR/USD
US equity markets faced a strong turnaround overnight, with earlier losses aggressively pared back towards the latter half of the trading session.
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Three markets to watch following RBA meeting
Following the RBA’s cash rate increase for the third straight month, we look at the ASX200, AUD/USD and Brent crude oil.
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Post in Time Cycles
WD Gann Said over 100 years ago "When TIME & PRICE BALANCE, the trend HAS to change". @THT shares updated chart.
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Can the improved risk sentiments last? FTSE 100, AUD/USD, Gold
Coming back after the holiday break, US equity futures are moving higher this morning, which marks a stark shift from its downbeat mood yesterday.
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Three ASX stocks to watch in July
Woodside Energy concluded June with a 7.3% gain while the ASX 200 was down by more than 12%; CBA shares tumbled to a 13-month low and BrainChip dropped 30% in June.
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Q2 earnings season preview: weaker performance expected, as inflation rises and growth falters
After a two-year low in earnings growth for Q1 2022, an even lower level of growth is expected for the upcoming reporting season.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
The week begins quietly with US markets on holiday for Independence Day. But it heats up from there, with an RBA rate decision, US ISM PMIs, a China services PMI and then the monthly US employment report. In addition, Fed minutes will mean that there is little chance for markets to escape the focus on inflation, interest rates and growth that has been such a feature of the year so far. UK investors will be interested in updates from Sainsbury’s, Persimmon and Currys, but otherwise it is a quiet first week of July, although US earnings season begins the following week.
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Post in IG Community Leaderboard (June 2022)
Congratulations! @phillo, @tradinglounge and @RomPathsSwap for being top contributors on the community.
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Dividend Adjustments 4th July 2022 - 11th July 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 4th July 2022. 
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Trading Hours Changes - Independence Day 4th July 2022
Dear IG Community,

Please find below the changes of trading hours for Independence Day holiday (US)
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ALL TRADERS – HOT TIPS FOR TRADING
@skyreach shares hot tips for trading. Join the forum conversation and share your thoughts and views on trading tips.
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Bitcoin predictions for the coming period
@BDLLTD shares The Three Stages Leading to Bitcoin's Bottom. What are your views on Bitcoin? Comment on the forum.
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Cautious mood remains with key US PCE price index on watch: US dollar, China A50, Gold
The US equity markets largely traded within a tight range and ended flat overnight, which revealed some wait-and-see ahead of the key US PCE price index release later today.
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Are easyJet shares finally out of runway?
easyJet’s share price could be forced down further in Q4, after cutting flights amid an intense staffing crisis.
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Where is the possible big bottom for BTC?
BTC has recently shown signs of bottoming out, but data on multiple levels suggest that the price could fall further by @BDLLTD
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Is the recent rally over for ASX and AUD/USD? Where to next?
The risk-on sentiment started to fade towards the end of the financial year amid ongoing worries about high inflation and slowing economic growth. The impacts for ASX and AUD/USD could be significant.
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US equity markets running risk of forming a new lower high: Nasdaq 100, STI, AUD/USD
Initial gains in US equity markets failed to hold, with selling pressure present throughout the trading session as the risk of a new lower-high formation for US indices appears to be materialising.
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Is now the right time to buy Barclays shares?
Where to next for the Barclays share price following the bank’s acquisition of Kensington Mortgages?
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