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Mon, 5 October 2020

Morning Note

Unhealthy market fixations, Cineworld’s time to die?

There has been a lot of column inches written, and much ink spilled, over Donald Trump testing positive for the coronavirus. There were, I fear, a few too many quick to sound the alarm and say this would see stocks ‘tumble’, etc.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Sun, 4 October 2020

Week Ahead

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.

Written By:
Rewan Tremethick

Fri, 2 October 2020

US Presidential Election

Stocks sink as Trump tests positive for Covid-19

President Trump and First Lady Melania have tested positive for Covid-19. How has the market reacted, and what does this mean for the US Presidential Election?

Written By:
Rewan Tremethick

Fri, 2 October 2020

Equities

Europe’s best performing stocks in Q3

Although the coronavirus pandemic is still hanging over the stock market, Q3 saw attention turning to the recovery prospects after the damage dealt in the first half of the year. Here are some of the best and worst performers in the quarter just ended.

Written By:
Rewan Tremethick

Thu, 1 October 2020

Brexit

Sterling’s RoRo Yo-Yo day

The pound endured some wild whipsaws today on a range of Brexit headlines.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Thu, 1 October 2020

US Presidential Election

Who won the first US presidential debate?

Blonde Money CEO and XRay regular Helen Thomas recaps what we learned – or didn’t – from the first debate of the US Presidential Election between President Trump and Joe Biden.

Written By:
Helen Thomas

Thu, 1 October 2020

Morning Note

Stocks up, Rolls-Royce down on rights issue

Stock market bulls got the signal they needed from US Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin, who said the White House was serious about doing a deal with House Democrats on a stimulus package. Nevertheless, no agreement was reached after talks between Mnuchin and Nancy Pelosi. The Democrats pulled a vote on their $2.2tn package; the White House has come up with a $1.5tn counteroffer. Stimulus is coming, the question really is only when – a deal before the election still looks difficult.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

Wed, 30 September 2020

Commodities

EIA oil inventories preview: Crude struggles after mixed API data

Crude and Brent oil are struggling below opening levels today after a bearish inventory report from the American Petroleum Institute. Both benchmarks headed back towards the two-week lows hit yesterday before returning to trade just under opening levels.

Written By:
Rewan Tremethick

Wed, 30 September 2020

Morning Note

US Presidential debate farce, Compass points way to more lockdown worries

Staying up for the first Presidential debate would hardly have been worth it. Unedifying is the best word to describe. Biden held his own and the president missed his chance, mainly by talking over his rival at any opportunity; he did not allow Biden enough rope to hang himself.

Written By:
Neil Wilson

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