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EUR/CHF price trend the best performing among FX majors near-term
Over the short-term, the euro is the best performing FX major, while the Swiss franc is the worst.
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Where next for Shell shares after Q1 results?
Shell shares fell by 59% at the start of 2020 to 933p by October 2020. And despite recovering to 2,253p today, the FTSE 100 oil major remains just shy of its pre-pandemic value.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
US and Chinese CPI dominate the week, as markets fret once again about inflation. The pound will be in focus as the first reading on UK Q1 GDP comes through. Earnings are quieter, although Disney and BT will provide interest for US and UK investors.
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Does the 2022 stock market correction mark the end of globalisation?
A toxic combination of the covid-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could now have permanently damaged global trade.
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NFP: Non-farm Payrolls Prints at +428k v/s +391k Forecast, Unemployment at 3.6%
Non-farm Payrolls for the month of April is released just two days after that rate decision, and following this morning’s data, there’s a slew of Fed-speakers on the calendar for this afternoon. So it could remain a very busy day as we head into the weekend of what’s been a big outing for markets.
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Dividend Adjustments 9th May 2022 - 16th May 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 9th May 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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BP shares: the case for and against windfall taxes post Q1 results
After posting a $6.2 billion underlying profit, arguments both for and against a one-off windfall tax are heating up.
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NFP and Forex: What is NFP and How to Trade It?
NFP and Forex Trading: MAIN TALKING POINTS:
Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) releases create volatility in the forex market.
NFP measures net changes in employment jobs.
Forex traders use an economic calendar to prepare for NFP releases.
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Card Factory shares shoot up by 32% in a month
Card Factory’s share price has recovered sharply from an earlier fall, as investors are encouraged by its restructured debt and optimistic FY22 results.
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US non-farm payroll and unemployment rate preview
US payroll and unemployment data sees increased relevance in lieu of recent inflation and GDP data drawing stagflation concerns.
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Bank of England Preview: How Will The Pound (GBP) React?
GBP/USD, BOE PRICE ANALYSIS & NEWS:
BoE Expected to Raise Bank Rate to 1%.
Focus is on Vote Split and Asset Sales Outlook.
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THG shares could be forming a bottom – is now the right time to buy?
The THG share price seems to be bottoming out from a technical perspective, but should one buy the stock now?
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Has the NASDAQ Composite overcorrected?
The NASDAQ Composite has now fallen by 24.5% since its November high. Are further falls inevitable, or is a recovery imminent?
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Where next for Alphabet shares post Q1 results?
Now that Alphabet’s Q1 earnings and revenue are out of the way, what does the company’s share price potential look like when buying it at current discounted levels?
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Australian dollar boosted by surprise RBA hike to 0.35%. Where to for AUD/USD?
The RBA moved the cash rate to 0.35% after CPI overshoot; the statement made it clear that more hikes are coming and rates lift-off initially supported AUD/USD, but headwinds remain.
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Where next for Teladoc shares after their 88% collapse?
Teladoc shares fell by 45% in a single trading session last week, as it booked a $6.6 billion goodwill impairment charge.
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The Week Ahead On The Markets
It is a busy week ahead on both the corporate and economic fronts, with decisions from the Australian, US and UK central banks, all of which are expected to raise rates. Meanwhile, US ISM PMI figures are accompanied by the monthly job reports for the US. Corporate news is also plentiful, including updates from BP and Next in the UK, plus French banks BNP Paribas and Societe Generale. US earnings season continues, including Airbnb, AMD and Uber.
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5 best FTSE 100 stocks to watch in May 2022
AstraZeneca, HSBC, IAG, BT and the FTSE 100 oil majors could all see increased volatility as summer approaches.
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Dividend Adjustments 2nd May 2022 - 9th May 2022
Please see the expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 2nd May 2022. These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made.
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Uber Q1 earnings: what to watch for Uber Mobility, Uber Eats and Uber Freight?
Uber Technologies is expected to report earnings on May 04, 2022 after market close. The report will be for the fiscal Quarter ending Mar 2022.
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Amazon share price: 5 factors to consider post-Q1 results
Amazon shares fell by 13% from $2,904 to $2,540 in after-hours trading last night as it announced its first loss since 2015.
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Are Lloyds shares too closely tied to the housing market?
After mixed Q1 results, Lloyds' overexposure to the UK housing market remains a key risk for the FTSE 100 bank.
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AMD Q1 2022 results: what to expect?
Advanced Micro Devices, the world’s leading chip maker is scheduled to report its first-quarter earnings on May 3rd after market close.
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Where next for GlaxoSmithKline shares after strong Q1 results?
GlaxoSmithKline shares are up 2% today as it hails excellent Q1 results at the start of what CEO Emma Walmsley believes will be a landmark year.
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After Q1 results, are Alphabet shares tech’s Ozymandias?
Alphabet shares are falling after worse-than-expected growth in Q1 results. With fellow tech giants stuttering, the Google owner could be next.
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