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Dividend Adjustments 20th June 2022 - 27th June 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 20th June 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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CAD/JPY is it at highest?!
Join in on the forum with @RomPathsSwap and @Phillo as they share their views on Canadian Dollar / Japanese Yen chart to track latest price changes. Technical analysis, forecasts and market news are at your disposal as well.
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When will be the right time to buy Apple shares?
Apple share price rout continues. Now is probably not the right time (yet) to buy the stock despite the company entering the BNPL space.
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Bank of Japan (BoJ) preview: increased pressure to challenge the central bank’s status quo
The BoJ is set to hold their monetary meeting across 16 – 17 June 2022, with the central bank expected to remain an outlier among other global central banks in monetary policies.
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Recovery in risk sentiments post-Fed meeting: S&P 500, China A50, US dollar
The FOMC meeting outcome was met with a positive reaction from the US equity markets despite the Fed delivering a 75 basis-point hike to a range of 1.5% and 1.75%.
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My General View on the Markets - Using the DAX as reference Point
A review of the DAX trading opportunity by member @Buddfox. Using the DAX as reference point.
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Some wait-and-see ahead of the FOMC meeting outcome: S&P 500, China A50, GBP/USD
The US equity markets came in mixed overnight, largely taking a breather from their recent sell-off, along with some wait-and-see ahead of the FOMC meeting outcome.
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Dow Jones, Nasdaq 100 forecast: will a 75bps Fed rate hike restore market confidence?
Dow Jones and Nasdaq 100 suffering as Fed faces credibility test; will a 75-basis point rate hike, or more, restore risk appetite next? Both indices are trying to confirm breakouts under key support.
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FirstGroup shares rocket 20% in a month after rejecting £1.2 billion bid
FirstGroup’s share price is rising after positive full-year results and private equity interest.
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Post in US Inflation at 8.6% in May, Blows Past Estimates and Hits Highest Level Since 1981
Post by member @skyreach talks about Inflation, Money Supply & Ex-Central Banker. Former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King says central banks have fueled the cost of living crisis by printing too much money during the pandemic.

S&P 500 Index price tests bear market territory after crash and raises recession concerns
A near term crash in the S&P 500 Index price has seen bear market territory tested, suggestive of an economic recession to follow.
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S&P 500 closed in bear market territory: DJIA, STI, AUD/USD on watch
Broad-based declines in the US equity markets have driven a close in bear market territory for the S&P 500, while the rate-sensitive Nasdaq registered its 9th largest single-day drop ever.
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Post in IG Community Leaderboard (June 2022)
6th June to 12th June 2022 Leaderboard. Our Achievements Points system keeps a running tally of Points. Members may earn Points in a multitude of ways. Essentially, it’s achieved by participating in the community. Check what members can earn Points for.

The Week Ahead On The Markets
The week sees decisions from the Federal Reserve (Fed), Bank of England (BoE) and the Bank of Japan (BoJ), although the last of these three is not likely to move on policy. In addition, key UK data such as unemployment is released, along with the German ZEW index. The last of earnings season in the US is covered by Oracle and Adobe, plus earnings from Ashtead and an update from Tesco.
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Dividend Adjustments 13th June 2022 - 20th June 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 13th June 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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IG Community Top Contributors Competition
We are excited to announce that the community will be running a Top Contributors Competition which start on the 1st June 2022 and ends 30th June 2022. We are giving away great prizes to be won for our top 3 contributors which will be awarded at the end of the month and we’ll be announcing the winners. 
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Roku shares: a simplified precis of Netflix takeover rumours
Roku shares are rising as speculation intensifies over a possible takeover bid from streaming giant Netflix.
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US CPI Preview: What to expect? What will the impact be on the market?
Expectations are to see the year-over-year figure drop to 8.2%, which can be viewed as a slight cool-down in price growth from April’s 8.3% yearly rise.
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AMZN, AAPL, NVDA, TSLA, GOOGL, BRK, SQ, FB, MSFT, BAC, JPM. Elliott Wave Stock Market Trading Today
Elliott wave stock market trading analysis by community member @tradinglounge
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Upcoming US CPI viewed as catalyst for any high-volume breakout in the S&P 500
Some paring back of risk positions ahead of the key US CPI release and a series of downbeat tone on the macroeconomic front have kept US equity markets under pressure.
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Where to next for Amazon shares after their 20-for-1 stock split?
Has the Amazon share price resumed its uptrend for good?
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Three markets to watch: AUD/USD, JPY/USD and Bitcoin
Uncertainty has become a new norm for the global and domestic economy. Today we look into the following markets: AUD/USD, JPY/USD and Bitcoin.
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Meta shares: Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse in context
Meta’s share price is being weighed down by disproportionately negative investor sentiment over the CEO's fixation on the Metaverse.
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Can the FTSE 100 rise further still or is it likely to soon fail?
Outlook for the FTSE 100 post Prime Minister, Boris Johnson’s no confidence vote.
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Quiet economic calendar and Fed blackout period sees S&P 500 in a holding pattern
Major US indices eked out slight gains overnight but the sharp paring back of early gains and the in-tandem rise of the VIX suggests that some caution remains.
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