Azioni da Comprare nel 2020

Come ogni anno, eccoci alla consueta raccolta delle migliori azioni da comprare per il 2020, divise per...

Quali azioni comprare durante la Recessione 2020

Abbiamo già parlato delle azioni da comprare nel 2020. Come avevamo già scritto nel nostro precedente articolo, nel 2020 potrebbe verificarsi una...

Come scegliere Azioni da comprare oggi?

Molti utenti mi scrivono chiedendomi il metodo per scegliere le azioni da comprare oggi: ecco perché nell'articolo di oggi voglio spiegarvi qual...

Segnali di Trading: come trovarli e quali scegliere

Oggi parliamo di un argomento che interessa a molti, soprattutto perché si vede in essi la ricetta...

ETF

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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Canada and US extend border restrictions to July 21

Canada to make some changes The border restrictions are popular in Canada but beginning to frustrate the Biden administration. I think it will be a...

Trading Tools

Settore automobili e stagionalità: su quali azioni puntare?

https://youtu.be/sy9k_kw7NeM (da AssistenzaBrokers) Nuovo appuntamento di live trading, dedicato a tutti gli...

Quali azioni sono sopravvalutate e quali sottovalutate?

Per rispondere a questa domanda utilizziamo il nostro tools DRA (DYNAMIC RATING ANALYSIS)Utilizziamo in maniera intelligente le Raccomandazioni...

3 titoli da seguire questa settimana: Walmart, Tesla, Deere & Company

Sembra che niente possa fermare lo slancio rialzista del mercato azionario USA. L’indice , ad esempio, è salito...

Telecom Risp.: prezzi vicini alle resistenze principali di febbraio

Telecom (MI:) Risp.: ci aspettiamo un ulteriore avvicinamento alle resistenze poste a 0.5040/5060 e 0.5150/5170, seguito dalla ripresa...

Unipol: eventuali arretramenti come occasioni di acquisto

Unipol: eventuali arretramenti come occasioni di acquisto Articolo pubblicato dait.investing.com

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NY Fed Q2 GDP Nowcast slips to 3.7% from 4.2%

Second quarter growth estimate declines Powell yesterday highlighted an ongoing improvement in US data but the New York Fed's growth tracker isn't showing that.

UK covid cases stay high. Cable nears 1.38

UK continues to report high cases UK covid cases reported today are 10,476, which is just below yesterday's four-month high of 11,007. Hospitalizations have risen 43% in the past week and the delta variant is dominant. We're still a long ways from the 60,000 cases per day in January but with...

Bond yields touch 2.0%

The pressure on the long end continues I tend to think this is more of a squeeze that will run into sellers at 2%. The takeaway from Bullard today was hawkish but I'm not sure that's right. He said he wants to hike in late 2022 if inflation runs at 2.5-3.0%...

Canada and US extend border restrictions to July 21

Canada to make some changes The border restrictions are popular in Canada but beginning to frustrate the Biden administration. I think it will be a long time yet before unvaccinated Americas will be allowed into Canada.

WTI crude oil snaps back to $72

Impressive rebound The low in WTI crude yesterday was $69.79 but it has bounced all the way back to $72.00 including more than $1.50 in the past hour or so. The resilience in oil has been impressive. Yesterday was the first real setback in nearly a month and I would have...

EU’s Sefcovic says UK must show unwavering commitment in applying Northern Ireland protocol

EU continues to fret about Irish border There is a temporary deadline on the Irish border for June 30 but the UK doesn't appear to be in a rush to come into full compliance with the Brexit deal. I get the sense that Boris Johnson doesn't have any fear of...

US stocks set for a fall at the open

Futures lower S&P 500 futures are 26 points lower after a 2-point decline yesterday. US stocks fell early yesterday and then swooned midday but battled back to finish unchanged. There was a large divergence with tech stock soaring on lower inflation prospects. The Nasdaq finished up 0.9% but is set to...

OPEC forecast US oil production to rise 500K to 1.2m bpd next year

That's a wide range OPEC's technical committee delivered forecasts this week that anticipate an additional 200K bpd of US oil this year and somewhere in the range of 500k to 1.2m bpd next year.

Equities sliding ahead of North American trading

US futures down to the lows for the day European indices are also marked lower with the DAX down 0.9% while UK's FTSE is down 1.1% as equities are struggling to stay afloat on the day.

Dollar gains looking more tentative for today, at least for now

The dollar is keeping steadier but off the highs from earlier today Most major currencies are going back to keeping little changed after some earlier moves which saw the likes of the and drop against the greenback.

ForexLive European FX news wrap: Dollar steady, equities softer

Forex news from the European trading session - 18 June 2021 Headlines: Markets: - JPY leads, AUD and NZD lag on the day - European equities lower; S&P 500 futures down 0.2%

EU officially lifts travel restrictions for US residents

This allows for leisure trips to the continent The EU also adds HK, Lebanon, Albania, Macau, Macedonia, Serbia, and Taiwan to the 'white list', from which non-essential travel is allowed to the bloc.

China reportedly considering further shift in birth policy, possibly doing away with restrictions by 2025

China is trying to take on one of the biggest problems this century Demographics is not quite a 'sexy' topic but it is one that pretty much encompasses how the world evolves and how future trends are set out to be globally.

10-year Treasury yields retreat further to pre-FOMC lows

The bond market is one to watch as yields struggle to keep higher post-FOMC 10-year Treasury yields are down by nearly 3 bps now to 1.475% with the low today touching 1.467% as yields retrace further after the surge higher on Wednesday.

European equities more sluggish to kick start the day

Tepid tones after the mixed session yesterday Even though the dollar may be keeping in good stead, the bond market and equities aren't quite sharing a similarly outsized reaction to the Fed.

UK May retail sales -1.4% vs +1.5% m/m expected

Latest data released by ONS - 18 June 2021 Besides that, despite the overall drop, average total retail sales volumes for April and May combined are holding 9.1% higher than that of February 2020.

Germany May PPI +1.5% vs +0.7% m/m expected

Latest data released by Destatis - 18 June 2021 - +0.8% - PPI +7.2% vs +6.4% y/y expected - Prior +5.2% The beat on the readings here continue to suggest rising price pressures in general, which are largely due to supply constraints still contributing to stronger input cost inflation.

Westpac says it sees RBA raising cash rate in early 2023

Aussie bond futures tick lower on the call This isn't so much having an impact in rescuing the AUD for now but domestic bond futures are reacting to the call a little, with yields moving higher.

Economic data coming up in the European session

The market continues to digest the post-Fed reaction Major currencies are little changed on the day after the dollar swung higher again yesterday as the post-FOMC reverberations continue to play out.

UK house prices to give the BoE reason to taper next week?

BoE meet next Thursday  The GBP hasa range of factors supporting further GBP strength and some factors that may call it into question. Andy Haldane said that the UK housing sector was 'on fire'. In fact the UK's Nationwide house-price index has printed a 1.8% increase in May on top of...

Trade ideas thread – European session 18 June 2021

Daily thread to exchange ideas and to share your thoughts While Treasury yields retraced some of the moves on Wednesday, the dollar continues to look to run rampant after breaking out from rangebound trading in the past 4-5 weeks.

Germany reports 1,076 new coronavirus cases, 91 deaths in latest update today

The 7-day incidence rate keeps at the low-end at 10.3 Meanwhile, total active cases is seen easing slightly to ~31,600 as the virus situation in Germany continues to show some improvement over the past 7-8 weeks.

ForexLive Asia FX news wrap: BOJ, quadruple witching still to come

Forex news for Asia trading on Friday 18 June 2021 -    Cable is up a little for the session here, not a large range, with news that the UK might be able to exit the final part of lockdown two weeks early helping it along a little. The report was non-committal, with plenty of...

Friday 18 June 2021 is ‘quadruple witching’ day

Witching hour is the final hour of trading on the 3rd Friday of each month as options and futures on stocks and stock indexes expire. More specifically, expiry of:

Chevron has removed some staff from three US Gulf offshore platforms

Chevron has withdrawn non-essential staff from 3 offshore platforms ahead of tropical storm