Weekly Reports

Weekly Market Commentary & Outlook.

The U.S. economy continued to climb its way out of the pandemic downturn. August nonfarm payrolls increased 1.371M, slightly missing estimates of 1.4M. The prior two months were revised down 39K. The unemployment rate fell to 8.4%, well below the 10.2% consensus, for the fourth-straight monthly decl...
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News that will dominate the weeks ahead.

The new week will bring key indicators about the housing market; reports will focus on home prices, new home sales, and pending home sales. Additionally, durable goods orders are expected to have tumbled by a double-digit figure for a second straight month, falling by 15% m/m in April. The 2nd estim...
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Market Report during the pandemic.

Market Commentary & Outlook during the pandemic.

The pullback in the US economy has been confirmed again last week. Existing home sales fell 8.5% m/m even though self-distancing protocols were only imposed by some states in mid-March. Home sales will certainly fell in April when almost every state shutdown large part of their economies. Initial jo...
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Weekly market report

Important weekly market news.

US earnings, Davos, Trump’s impeachment trial, central bank meetings from Eurozone, Japan and Canada, and PMI’s from Eurozone, UK and US will dominate the market. President Trump’s impeachment trial is scheduled to start this week, with opening arguments in the Senate on Tuesday. The president...
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Market news that dominate the beginning of 2020.

US jobs report, Eurozone inflation and retail sales, ISM non-manufacturing PMI, trade balance and factory orders in US, Chinese CPI and PPI numbers and industrial data from Germany will dominate the market. In US, after two consecutive months of declines, factory orders rose by 0.3% m/m in October. ...
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UK growth ‘slowest in almost a decade.

Britain’s economy has grown at the slowest annual rate in almost a decade, according to official figures. Year-on-year growth in the three months to end-September slowed to 1% from 1.3% in the second quarter, the Office for National Statistics said. An ONS spokesman said: “Looking at the...
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