Increased prospects for a sizeable fiscal stimulus under the incoming Biden administration appeared to be the key factor driving last week’s gains.

Democrats managed to gain control of the Senate, given the tie-breaking vote by incoming Vice President Kamala Harris. The world was shaken on Wednesday when protestors stormed the U.S Capitol. This assault appeared to unsettle markets, but only modestly. Economic data were mixed last week. ISM manu...
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Market Commentary & Outlook

The prospects of a relief package being passed before the election seemed to dim further, while coronavirus worries also seemed to dampen sentiment during much of the week. US President Trump said on Thursday he would agree to go higher than the $1.8tn that the White House has offered in coronavirus...
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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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News that will dominate the week ahead.

US jobs report, central bank meetings from Canada and Australia, OPEC Meeting, final PMI prints from Eurozone and UK, ISM manufacturing PMI in US, and the release of Q3 GDP figure in Australia will dominate the market. In US, the ISM manufacturing PMI is out on Monday and is forecast to rise from 48...
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