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Australian earnings this week: the top stocks to watch
We look at three of the big companies reporting this week on the ASX, as the reporting period enters its second week.
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Is Amazon's share price primed to soar on advertising and the cloud?
The Amazon share price is up 13.5% since releasing Q4 results last week. And increasing the cost of Prime whilst growing its cloud computing and advertising revenue could see it soar further.
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Alibaba tumbles as largest shareholder expected to sell shares
SoftBank, Alibaba's biggest shareholder, owns 5.39 billion ordinary shares, or a 24.8% stake.
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Twitter’s share price on watch for Q4 earnings
Twitter’s share price has fallen close to 45% over the past six months. Can its upcoming Q4 earnings lift sentiments?
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
Key events this week include the monthly US CPI figure and the first reading on UK GDP for the final quarter of 2021. In addition, we get updates from pharmaceutical firms Pfizer, AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline, along with Disney and Uber.
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Could General Motors and Ford shares soar on mass EV adoption?
Ford shares and General Motors shares fell in January as part of the wider market sell-off. But as the EV revolution accelerates, a rapid recovery may be just around the corner.
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Disney’s share price: what to expect from Q4 results
Find out what to expect from Disney’s earnings results, how they will affect Disney share price, and how to trade Disney’s earnings.
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NFP: Non-farm Payrolls Prints at 467k, USD in Focus After Going Oversold

Dividend Adjustments 7th February 2022 - 14th February 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 7th February 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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Facebook share price crashes 20% as users fall for first time ever
The Facebook share price has fallen 20% to $260, as daily active users fell for the first time ever, amid increasing competition from nimbler newcomers and its polarising transition to the metaverse.
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RBA confirms rate hike on the cards, ASX falls back
RBA governor, Phil Lowe, says it's “plausible” that interest rates will rise this year, with the primary uncertainties sitting on the supply side and the labour market.
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THE ART OF TRADING CORRECTIONS by community member @THT
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Is the NASDAQ Composite in the eye of the storm?
The NASDAQ Composite is at a crossroads. The tech-heavy index is in recovery mode after last month's tumble and could make further gains soon. But constant interest rate rises are on the way.
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Becoming a Better Trader – Fixing Mistakes, Working on Weaknesses
This may sound obvious, but this is an overlooked area of trader development – identifying weaknesses and turning them into strengths. It’s one of the reasons many trading mistakes are made over and over and over again. Even fixing the little stuff, making tweaks here and there can add to up to a big difference. Fixing a mistake in one area can help remedy a problem in another, and so on, it’s a process
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Dividend Adjustments 31st January 2022 - 7th February 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 31st January 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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BoE to hike, providing a boost for sterling?
Expectations of a rate hike at the upcoming BoE meeting have driven a rise in GBP/USD. Will the bank be hawkish enough to keep the rally going?
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Oil price: what to expect from this week’s OPEC+ meeting?
There is little sign that the surge of the crude oil price will slow down soon. OPEC+ is expected to stick with the existing policy of gradual increase of output target for March.
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NFP preview: Omicron wave cresting
The Omicron wave in the U.S. has begun to crest. How will that affect the upcoming NFP report?
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Uber Technologies: Q4 earnings preview
Uber Technologies expected to post a loss per share in Q4 2021, although the groups mobility operations move closer to pre-Covid-19 pandemic levels.
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Top Stocks to Watch in February 2022
Many of the nation’s top companies reported earnings in January, including some key stocks in the Nasdaq-100. These names included Microsoft (MSFT), Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX) and Tesla (TSLA).
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How Forex Traders Use ISM Data
The ISM manufacturing index plays an important role in forex trading, with ISM data influencing currency prices globally. As a result, the ISM manufacturing, construction and services indicators can provide unique opportunities for forex traders, which makes understanding this data (and how to prepare for its monthly release) essential.
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ECB preview: are markets too aggressive, or is the ECB behind the curve?
After the latest inflation figures in Germany, a question clearly arises: are the money markets in the eurozone too aggressive in their timetable for the ECB's rate hike, or is the latter slow to normalise its monetary policy?
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Oil price: what to expect from this week's OPEC+ meeting
Crude oil prices have been rallying for six consecutive weeks, hitting seven-year highs.
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Are these the best metaverse stocks to watch in February?
After January's market sell-off, some of the best metaverse shares are at their lowest in months. But as February begins, they could be ripe for recovery.
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Inoculating the World Against Recession
The Covid-19 pandemic plunged the world into deep recession as nations retreated into lockdown to contain the viral spread. But monetary and fiscal officials responded to the crisis swiftly and powerfully, based on the collective wisdom they gained during the 2008 global financial crisis and its aftermath. This time, world leaders took bold action to avoid a sluggish recovery.
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