Daily Market Review

Daily Market Review February 03

The Bank of Japan adopted a negative interest rate policy last week, which caused weakness of the Yen, but yesterday it managed to hold on to gains against the dollar. The Euro was also a little higher versus the dollar as a dip in crude prices caused risk aversion weighing more on U.S. debt yields. […]

Daily Market Review February 02

Google’s shares were seen soaring higher yesterday, given the quarterly profits of Alphabet Inc. surging more than Wall Street’s forecasts. Investors are looking forward to a continuous upbeat data for Google and expect it to perform better than the technology giant, Apple. The bullish profits of Alphabet Inc. has been attributed to strong mobile advertising […]

Daily Market Review January 29

A lesser than expected reading for consumer confidence data in the Eurozone yesterday, perturbed many investors. As the financial markets try to find solace despite a weaker growth prospects in China, the Eurozone got hit by negative consumer confidence for the same reasons. A weak consumer growth is seen as a setback for the European […]

Daily Market Review January 28

The Wall Street went wary on Wednesday afternoon, following the decision of Federal Reserve to keep rates unchanged until March. The Fed will still take its own time to monitor the current plight of the global market and Chinese market in particular. However, signaling a possible rise in rates in March, raised some eyebrows. This […]

Daily Market Review January 27

The last interest rate decision in the U.S. captured a lot of attention and policy rates decision awaited today may trigger more volatility on the market. The Federal Reserve remains in a quagmire, since the global picture turned bleak again within the past month. With plunging oil prices and dips in stock market, the situation […]