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I Migliori ETF da comprare nel 2020

Abbiamo selezionato i primi cinque fondi negoziati in borsa su valori (ETF) in base alla loro attenzione alle azioni...

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Settore automobili e stagionalità: su quali azioni puntare?

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Quali azioni sono sopravvalutate e quali sottovalutate?

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UK defense min: If Putin invades Ukraine he shouldn’t be rewarded via further gas income

If Putin chooses to invade Ukraine, he should not be rewarded by Europe funding him any further gas incomeThis is such any easy thing to say but when gas and electricty prices wreck Europe's economy, that's a tough trade off in the real world. It's clear to me there's...

Russian envoy sees positive signs on Iran nuclear deal

With oil at $87 and the midterms coming, the US has ample reason to agree to compromise on an Iran nuclear deal. We heard murmurs earlier this week about progress on talks, with Iran's foreign minister opening the door to direct talks with the US. Now Russia's envoy says he...

Blinken: Americans in Ukraine should strongly consider leaving

Kyiv embassy will remain open It remains up to Russia to decide how to respond, we're ready either way We will make sure global energy supply is not disrupted in the event of Russian action Expects a follow-on discussion with...

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is to retire

US Supreme Court Justice Breyer to resign US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring. This according to NBC News. Breyer was appointed by Bill Clinton (been a SC Justice since 1994) and is the most senior Liberal of the SC Justices. His retiring now ahead of the mid term electi

US December new home sales 811K vs 759K estimate

US new home sales for December 2021 Prior month 744M (were expecting 777M last month) was revised lower to 725K New home sales annualized rate comes in better than expected at...

US sees “every indication” Russia intends to use force in Ukraine in next few weeks

Big statement out of the US sent brent crude above $90 for the first time in seven years. US Dep Sec of State Wendy Sherman: "We certainly see every indication that he is going to use military force sometime , perhaps between between now and middle of February." Milita

Weekly EIA US crude oil inventories +2377K vs -728K expected

Prior was +515K Gasoline +1297K vs +2548K exp Distillates -2798K vs -1260K exp Refinery utilization -0.4% vs -0.4% exp API data from late yesterday: Crude -872K Gasoline +2400K Distillates -2200K The four-week rise...

ForexLive European FX news wrap: Dollar mixed, equities bounce ahead of the Fed

Headlines:Fed day is upon usEquities keep more buoyed in European morning tradeGermany cuts 2022 GDP growth forecast to 3.6% from 4.1% previouslyOPEC+ delegates reportedly expect to stick with plan for modest hike in outputUS MBA mortgage applications w.e. 21 January -7.1% vs +2.3% priorSwitzerland

OPEC+ will likely stick to output hike plan next week – report

Two sources cited by Reuters say OPEC+ will probably stick with a planned 400k bpd output hike at next Wednesday's meeting, though there is some talk about boosting output further. The report said oil at $90 might prompt them to consider more output, with Russia worried that US shale could

US advanced wholesale inventories for December 2.1% versus 1.3% estimate

US wholesale inventories preliminary for December 2021 The US preliminary wholesale inventories for December 2021: Prior was 1.4% revised to 1.7% Wholesale inventories come in stronger at 2.1% vs estimate of 1.3% wholesale inventories YoY are up 18.3% from December 2020

US MBA mortgage applications w.e. 21 January -7.1% vs +2.3% prior

Prior +2.3%Market index 551.7 vs 593.7 priorPurchase index 300.1 vs 305.7 priorRefinancing index 1,989.4 vs 2,276.3 prior30-year mortgage rate 3.72% vs 3.64% priorThe long-term rate rises another 8 bps to its highest since March 2020 and is now some 77 bps higher than the same period a year ago. Tha

Germany cuts 2022 GDP growth forecast to 3.6% from 4.1% previously

The cut in the forecast isn't surprising as they have to factor in omicron risks, even as the economy is seemingly more resilient than anticipated to start the new year. The government adds that it expects the growth this year to be solely driven by domestic demand and local...

Equities keep more buoyed in European morning trade

Meanwhile, US futures are also trading up rather modestly on the session currently. S&P 500 futures are up 1.2%, Nasdaq futures are up 1.8%, and Dow futures are up 0.8%.That's a very solid showing in terms of risk appetite but then again, I fear that equity investors are discounting...

Cable drop stalls for now, but sellers keep in control

Cable has been trading very much akin to a commodity currency since the turn of the year and well, I guess that says a lot more about what is driving the pair in the past few weeks. It is largely about the dollar side of the equation and I...

Switzerland January Credit Suisse investor sentiment 9.5 vs 0.0 prior

Prior 0.0That's a modest improvement in investor sentiment as omicron fears continue to be brushed aside for the most part. Credit Suisse notes that:"Financial analysts are looking beyond the temporary challenges pose by the omicron wave and anticipate a marked recovery in the spring."Of note, the c

European equities open higher to kick start the day

Eurostoxx +0.8%Germany DAX +1.0%France CAC 40 +0.9%UK FTSE +0.9%Spain IBEX +0.7%That's a modest showing as the risk mood keeps in a better spot amid the countdown to the FOMC meeting later. Elsewhere, US futures are also holding slightly more positive for the time being.S&P 500 futures are up 0.2%,

OPEC+ delegates reportedly expect to stick with plan for modest hike in output

I reckon this doesn't come as too much of a surprise given their decision earlier this month already. The oil market outlook is little changed since then, although there is the whole Ukraine-Russia thing going on but I guess it will be a play by ear situation.WTI is up...

Commodity currencies inch a little higher amid slightly more optimistic risk mood

Equities are extending gains a fair bit to start European trading and that is helping to keep the risk mood more upbeat for now. European indices are up over 1% after a decent start while S&P 500 futures are now up 0.6% and Nasdaq futures up 1.0%.In turn, that...

France January consumer confidence 99 vs 100 prior

Prior 100A light dip in consumer morale, in which the survey details owe to concerns surrounding inflation. That has been an ongoing issue in the past few months for the region and the situation in Ukraine and Russia won't help to ease those worries surely.

Markets have not reached danger zone levels that precede a bear market, says Goldman Sachs

Adding that markets are at levels typically consistent with corrections and relatively low returns over the next 1 to 5 years. That's an interesting take but perhaps one that is probable considering the inflation and central bank backdrop. However, there is still a ton of money floating around and w

Eurostoxx futures +0.7% in early European trading

German DAX futures +0.6%UK FTSE futures +0.8%Spanish IBEX futures +0.6%The gains here belie the more tepid mood in the market as we count down to the FOMC meeting later today. US futures are slightly higher as well, with S&P 500 futures up 0.2%, Nasdaq futures up 0.4%, and Dow...

Trade ideas thread – European session 26 January 2022

Dip buyers failed to stage another roaring comeback in trading yesterday and that is leaving markets on edge and hanging at the moment.It all boils down to the FOMC meeting later today and what will be said matters more than what the Fed will do. It's all about whether...

Fed day is upon us

The decision in itself will be more straightforward as the Fed is to keep rates unchanged and wrap up QE. One would think this might be a non-event but given recent market developments, a lot will hinge on whether or not the Fed offers anything for investors to grasp at....

Not much on the agenda in Europe today

The focus on the day will reside on the Fed, so it may be tough to see investors gather much conviction before we get to that.As such, European trading today may be more of a quiet one featuring little significant market moves. There isn't anything notable on the economic calendar...

China Evergrande to hold investor call on Wednesday – seeking more time

Evergrande was once China's top selling real estate developer. It defaulted on some dollar bond payments last month and has over US$300 bn in liabilities. This includes nearly US$20 billion of international bonds all deemed to be in default. Earlier this week the firm asked its offshore bondho

ForexLive Asia FX news wrap: FX rates sedate ahead of the FOMC

Ukrainian envoy to Japan says full-scale war is very difficult to expect Samsung semiconductor manufacturing facilities in Xian, China, return to normal operation Moody's analysts are optimistic on Asia-Pacific economic recovery despite risks China's onshore yuan reference rate to