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Rolls-Royce share price plunges 20% but anticipates sustainable growth
Rolls-Royce's share price fell 20% to 96p yesterday as CEO Warren East announces his departure. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian crisis threatens further disruption to the company's key civil aerospace division.
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As energy prices skyrocket, how will US, China and Australia be impacted?
The price of oil, natural gas, and gasoline all jumped significantly despite the peace talks between Russia and Ukraine today.
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ProRealTime Client Sentiment Indicator
Client sentiment, which looks at the number of long and short trades on a particular market, is a useful tool in a trading strategy. It is often said that clients look to sell into rising markets and buy into falling ones. There is an element of truth to this, but it is also important to look at turning points in sentiment, when the number of long positions begins to rise or fall. When combined with price analysis, the foundation of all good trading, a useful picture can emerge.
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Dividend Adjustments 28th February 2022 - 7th March 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 28th February 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
Dividends highlighted in red include a special dividend, therefore some or all of the amount will not be adjusted. Amount in brackets is the expected adjustment after special dividends excluded (where shown on major indices). Dividend adjustments due to be posted on a bank holiday will usually be posted on the previous working day. 

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.

 


NB: All dividend adjustments are forecasts and therefore speculative.<br style="color:#353c41; font-size:14px; text-align:center">A dividend adjustment is a cash neutral adjustment on your account.

Index

Bloomberg Code

Effective Date

Summary

Dividend Amount

SX5E

KNEBV FH

2/03/2022

Special Div

0.35

SPX

CTRA US

4/03/2022

Special Div

0.41


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S&P 500, Nasdaq, and Dow prices break key support levels on Russia-Ukraine crisis
In the below article we look at near-term targets and update our trend assumptions for the S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Dow Jones Industrial Average in lieu of the Russia-Ukraine crisis impacting markets.
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Euro, EUR/USD, Ukraine, Russia, ECB – technical outlook
Euro tumbles as Russia attacks Ukraine, geopolitical tensions simmer; all eyes are on Western response as 2022 ECB rate hike bets dwindle and EUR/USD still remains in a key range, will breakout lower follow?
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FTSE 100 oil stocks could turn volatile as pressure builds in Ukraine
Shell and BP shares could soar as oil prices continue to rise. But both are exposed to volatility if Russia chooses to cut production.
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Palantir share price could rise as Russia invades Ukraine
Palantir shares are approaching a record low as investors recalibrate away from growth technology stocks. But strong full-year earnings and an escalating crisis on the Russia-Ukraine border could see them soar.
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Synairgen share price collapses by 92% as covid-19 trial fails
Synairgen shares shot up in July 2020 as it announced the discovery of a promising new pandemic treatment. But phase III trial results of its SNG001 medication yielded unexpectedly poor results yesterday.
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Rolls-Royce – could the share price move on its FY earnings?
Rolls-Royce (RR: LON) reports full-year (FY) earnings on Thursday 24 February.
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Markets remain under pressure as conflict tensions rise
Despite last week's de-escalation efforts, a possible escalation between Russia and Ukraine now looks almost inevitable. Markets will now have to face challenges not seen in decades.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
The week begins quietly with a holiday in the US, but flash PMIs from around the globe will provide important updates on the economic recovery. US durable goods orders and consumer sentiment are other key events on the economic side, while in the UK plenty of full year results are released, including from major banks Lloyds and Barclays and miners Rio Tinto and Anglo American.
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Dividend Adjustments 21st February 2022 - 28th February 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 21st February 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
Dividends highlighted in red include a special dividend, therefore some or all of the amount will not be adjusted. Amount in brackets is the expected adjustment after special dividends excluded (where shown on major indices). Dividend adjustments due to be posted on a bank holiday will usually be posted on the previous working day. 

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.

 


NB: All dividend adjustments are forecasts and therefore speculative.<br style="color:#353c41; font-size:14px; text-align:center">A dividend adjustment is a cash neutral adjustment on your account.

 

Index

Bloomberg Code

Effective Date

Summary

Dividend Amount

N.A


How do dividend adjustments work?  

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Gold tips $1900 and silver jumps 8% as investors seek safe havens
The escalating tension in Eastern Europe has caught the whole world’s attention and reinforced the precious metals’ investment appeal amid the rising appetite for safe haven shelter.
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Moderna’s share price trending lower ahead of Q4 earnings
Moderna’s share price has fallen close to 35% year-to-date, as the Omicron wave subsides in US. Can its upcoming Q4 results lift sentiments?
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Gold and natural gas retrace losses and advance, oil price takes a breather
Natural gas prices moved higher for the fourth straight day, while gold regained its forward-moving pace. Tensions in Russia-Ukraine have meanwhile fuelled the oil price.
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AUD/USD moves sideways on hotter than expected US PPI
Producer prices in the US increased 1% for the month.
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UK Inflation Hits a Fresh 30-Year Peak, GBP/USD Edges Higher
Price pressures in the UK continue to increase, according to the latest data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) with core inflation y/y rising to 4.4% in January, an increase of 0.2% from December, while headline inflation rose by 5.5% in the 12 months to January 2022, up from 5.4% last month. This is the highest CPI level since the series began in 1992. The closely watched Consumer Prices including occupier’s housing costs (CPIH) rose by 4.9% from 4.8% in December. The CPIH reading is the highest recorded inflation rate since the series began in January 2006.
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BHP welcomes inflation as profit jumps 61%
The BHP Group, a leading mining and resources company, reported results for the half-year ended 31 December 2021 on Tuesday.
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Fibonacci Confluence on FX Pairs
Italian mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci is credited with finding the Fibonacci sequence in the 13th century, hence the name ‘Fibonacci’. And while his book Liber Abaci introduced the Fibonacci sequence to the western world, traces can actually be found going back as far as 200 BC in Indian mathematics.
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Arm IPO: everything you need to know
The Arm IPO could be near after Softbank's plan to sell the UK's tech 'crown jewel' to Nvidia collapses. The microchip designer could be the hottest Initial Public Offering of 2022.
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Peloton share price rises 52% in a week as it axes 2,800 staff
The Peloton share price has collapsed by 85% since its record high to just $25 last week. But a strategic restructuring, takeover rumours, and solid Q2 results have seen the stock pop.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
UK data takes centre stage with CPI, employment data and retail sales. In addition, US PPI will also be worth watching. After the latest US CPI figure this week’s Fed minutes might not add anything else, especially given how some regional Fed chiefs have issued statements on the outlook for rates. Earnings season in the US is winding down, but Standard Chartered and Natwest earnings mark the beginning of reporting season for UK banks.
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Australian earnings this week: the top stocks to watch
Australian earnings this week: the top stocks to watch

We look at three of the big companies reporting to begin the week on the ASX, as the reporting period enters its second week.
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Is Lyft On the Road to Success or Speed Bumps Ahead?
At $44 per share, Lyft, Inc. (LYFT) is a far cry from its summer 2019 debut high of $88.60. However, things may be turning around for LYFT shareholders. By the end of 2019, LYFT seemed to be shrugging off the post-IPO lows, pushing back above $50 by February of 2020. Naturally, the pandemic took its toll on LYFT, slumping the stock to a low of $14.56 by mid-March.
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