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Tesla’s share price stabilises after better-than-expected earnings
Despite beating analysts’ earnings and revenue expectations, Tesla was caught in last week’s strong global risk-off maelstrom but managed to bounce off support.
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What the MACD Indicator is and How it Works
The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) is a technical indicator which simply measures the relationship of exponential moving averages (EMA).The MACD displays a MACD line (blue), signal line (red) and a histogram (green) - showing the difference between the MACD line and the signal line.
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Will inflation, oil and travel send the FTSE 100 to a record high?
At 7,460 points right now, the FTSE 100 is 5.3% below its all-time high of 7,877 it struck in May 2018. And its oil, banking, travel and tech stocks could help set a new record in 2022.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
A busy week of earnings and economic data lies ahead. Decisions from the RBA, BoE and ECB, along with the monthly US jobs reports dominate the week. Earnings season in the US continues at a high frequency, including Amazon and Alphabet, along with a host of others. In the UK telecoms firms BT and Vodafone will issue trading statements.
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Lloyds share price: banking on interest rate rises?
Lloyds shares are the most highly traded in the FTSE 100. With interest rate rises imminent amidst record-breaking inflation, is the UK bank stock set to soar?
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Volatility of volatility and the FOMC meeting
Volatility has been fierce since the start of the year as market participants fear a hawkish Fed.
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Is the Amigo share price essentially worthless?
The Amigo share price is down more than 99% from its record high, and in a best-case scenario faces a 20-fold share dilution. And avoiding bankruptcy is also not guaranteed.
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Improve Your Trading Bias
Trading bias allows traders to make informative decisions when dealing in the market. This relates to both novice and experienced traders alike. This article will cover: What a bias is in trading, Why traders need a bias, How to develop trading bias using technical indicators, Further reading to develop a successful trading mindset.
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Will the Bank of England strengthen sterling with another rate rise?
Pound sterling is set for a tumultuous February as the Bank of England prepares to hike interest rates in the face of rising inflation and an energy-induced cost-of-living crisis.
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Federal Reserve Decision Strategy for the Dollar and Global Markets
The Trade Perspective: Bearish Dow below 34,000/33,000 after Fed; Bearish Gold against 1,850; Bearish USDJPY below 113.50 after Fed, Bullish NZDCAD above 0.8750
Volatility remains uncomfortably high as we move into FOMC Wednesday – with the central bank flirting with a faster timeline for rate hikes.
The Dow and US indices seem particularly prone to fundamentally-driven volatility while the Dollar is also tuned in – meanwhile, we still have the BOC, earnings and Ukraine.
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Meta Platforms share price on watch for Q4 earnings
Meta Platforms’ share price has fallen close to 17% over the past six months. Can its upcoming Q4 earnings lift sentiments?
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Trading Earnings Season: 3 Steps for Using Earnings Reports
Earnings season can be a great time for a trader to get insight on their equity investments, as well as benefit from short-term volatility. But in order to maximize this trading opportunity, there are some key considerations to make before diving in. Read on for our three steps to follow when using earnings reports for trading.
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Post in Gold heading into 2022 (Cyclical Analysis)
Gold technical analysis from our community member @Carl-Gustav
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AMD share price trending lower ahead of Q4 earnings
AMD’s share price is down more than 20% year-to-date. Can its upcoming Q4 results lift sentiments for its share price?
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Australia’s inflation rate beats expectation, ASX dips further to break long-term trendline
Australia's annual inflation rate rose to 3.5% in Q3, above market estimates of 3.2%.
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Tesla share price: further to fall after this week’s earnings?
The Tesla share price is down 24% in three weeks to $910, as part of the wider tech stock sell-off. And with increased Q4 sales already priced in, escalating competition could see further falls soon.
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McDonald's Q4 earnings: will the fast-food king continue to beat the forecast?
McDonald's Corporation will report its fourth quarter (Q4) earnings on January 27th, before the market opens. The report will be for the fiscal quarter ending December 2021.
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FOMC preview: dollar rebounds as decision looms
The dollar has recovered as markets await the latest FOMC meeting, but can the Fed live up to its more hawkish rhetoric?
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Tesla’s share price: what to expect from Q4 results
Find out what to expect from Tesla’s earnings results, how they will affect Tesla share price, and how to trade Tesla’s earnings.
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The metaverse, the markets and the Microsoft share price
The metaverse could transform the world with next-generation internet. But with Microsoft’s share price falling amid a wider tech stock sell-off, the concept may never come to fruition.
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Is the Netflix share price's 20% nosedive an inevitable reality check?
The Netflix share price fell 20% in after-hours trading yesterday over falling new subscriber numbers. But with competition intensifying, perhaps this sharp correction isn't as surprising as first appears.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
Earnings season is in full flow, and major names like Tesla, Microsoft and Apple report this week. But we also have a vital Fed decision on Wednesday, where the US central bank is expected to lay out a more hawkish policy that may include rate rises as early as March. In addition, flash PMIs from around the globe will provide the potential for further volatility.
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Dividend Adjustments 24th January 2022 - 31st January 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 24th January 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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Lunar New Year 2022
Lunar New Year begins on 1st February.

We expect affected markets to be closed on the following dates.


We will offer out-of-hours pricing on index futures throughout the period. We do not presently offer out-of-hours pricing on the Malaysia 30 or the Hong Kong Tech Index (marked with *). Any amendments to the schedule will be shown below.


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Is the Deliveroo share price in for an uphill battle?
The Deliveroo share price is up 3% today due to strong Q4 results. But its dual-class nature, legal issues, and the end of pandemic restrictions could see it falling again soon.
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