Rewan Tremethick

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Sun, 11 October 2020

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Week Ahead: Banks get Q3 earnings season underway, US presidential election watch

The start of Q3 earnings season is sure to bring heightened volatility this week, but what about the second showdown between Trump and Biden? The President’s coronavirus diagnosis seems to have pushed more undecided voters into Biden’s camp – it doesn't like there will be a debate but we are looking at ongoing developments in the campaign.

Wed, 7 October 2020

Commodities

US EIA Oil Stocks preview: Oil rattled as Trump cancels stimulus talks

US oil stockpiles rose by more than expected during the week ending October 2nd. Data from the American Petroleum Institute showed that oil inventories had grown by 951,000 barrels – more than double the 400,000 barrel build analysts had predicted.

Sun, 4 October 2020

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Week Ahead: Pence vs Harris in focus after messy presidential debate

Vice president Mike Pence and senator Kamala Harris will both be hoping to emerge from this week’s vice presidential debate with more dignity than the presidential candidates did last week. It shouldn’t be hard. Also ahead, there’s plenty from central banks this week, including a rate decision from the RBA and minutes from the latest FOMC and ECB meetings.

Wed, 10 June 2020

Commodities

EIA crude oil inventories preview: Can we trust the forecasts?

Yesterday’s API oil inventories report showed a massive build, even though a draw had been expected. Forecasts for today’s US EIA crude oil inventories also predict a drop – how accurate are these predictions?

Sun, 7 June 2020

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Week Ahead: Expectations high for FOMC meeting

As has become the norm, we can expect a slew of dire economic data over the coming week. We’ll be looking at the figures for clues on how long the economic recovery could take, and also if projections for the expected Q2 collapse look like they were dire enough.

Wed, 3 June 2020

Commodities

OPEC meeting weighs on crude oil ahead of US EIA inventories data

Crude oil is on soft form today as markets await news on the next OPEC meeting and today's US crude oil storage data. WTI and Brent futures contracts for August have crept below opening levels ahead of the EIA data. Earlier in the session, crude oil had spiked above $38, while Brent had broken above $40 per barrel - both of which were the highest levels since early March.

Tue, 2 June 2020

Commodities

OPEC meeting preview: record production cut to be extended?

Crude oil and Brent oil have continued to push higher this week on hopes that the upcoming OPEC meeting will see the cartel and its allies agree to extend production cuts. Officials from major oil producers were originally scheduled to hold their next (online) meeting on June 9th, but current OPEC president Algeria has proposed moving the meeting forward to June 4th - this Thursday.

Sun, 31 May 2020

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Week Ahead: Central banks on tap, NFP faces massive Covid hit

The economic calendar is packed full of top-tier releases this week, starting with manufacturing PMIs from China and the US. The RBA, BOC, and ECB all announce their latest policy decisions – and, in the case of the ECB, potentially ruffle a few more feathers in Germany. And, of course, we have the latest US nonfarm payrolls report to round off the week. 

Thu, 28 May 2020

Equities

Twitter stock sinks as Trump prepares executive order targeting social media

Social media stocks have dived today on the deepening feud between Twitter and president Trump, which could see the industry slapped with new regulations. Here's what the president could do, and how it could affect Twitter stock in the long-term.

Thu, 28 May 2020

Commodities

EIA Crude Oil Preview, May 28th: Data to confirm a huge build?

WTI crude oil and Brent oil are cautiously higher ahead of today’s US oil inventories report. The official weekly report from the Energy Information Administration is expected to show a drop of nearly 2 million barrels, but API data released the day before suggested traders could be in for a surprise.

Thu, 21 May 2020

Equities

Amazon stock is at record highs, and hedge funds have never been more bullish

Tech stocks surged to record highs yesterday, with Amazon closing 2% higher at just below $2,498.00 per share. The move helped fuel another 2% gain for the NASDAQ, which is now trading within 3% of February’s all-time high.

Wed, 20 May 2020

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Week Ahead: Covid-19 to hit sentiment, can discounters thrive?

A raft of sentiment data, US goods orders figures, and earnings from discounters well-positioned to thrive during the current economic downturn will be the focus this week. Here’s your full break-down of the top financial market events to watch. 

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