Blog/Market Talk

Market Talk- November 11, 2018

A mixed session in Asia with most players watching the oil price decline which tended to unnerve many markets. The Shanghai index climbed from early negative prices [...]

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Market Talk- November 9, 2018

Even as Chinas trade expanded, it really has done nothing for stock market confidence or sentiment, especially after the poor auto sales numbers. We saw more [...]

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Market Talk- November 7, 2018

Much of the Asian trading day was over when results began to appear from the US midterm elections and so markets lacked momentum. Early gains were reverted in what [...]

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Market Talk- November 6, 2018

Asia closed mixed but did see some corrections from Monday’s almost extreme moves. In Japan the Nikkei opened around 1% better and gradually managed to build upon [...]

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Market Talk- November 5, 2018

Asian markets were a little concerned of the afternoon sell-off the US markets experienced Friday and so were a little hesitant to find their own feet to open the [...]

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Market Talk- November 2, 2018

If we had all gone home just after the US employment numbers, we would have all had a wonderful weekend and no-one would be any the wiser! However, as we know with [...]

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Market Talk- November 1, 2018

The start of a new month and a solid session across the globe. the Nikkei failed to join the party with a 1% decline today, but then the Yen has bounced a touch [...]

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Market Talk- October 31, 2018

A much welcomed rally the past couple of days to end the traditionally torrid month of October. A finally push today moved indices further away from their recent [...]

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Market Talk- October 30, 2018

A similar trading pattern was seen in both the Shanghai and the Nikkei overnight opening at the days lows and positive correction for the balance of the day. The [...]

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Market Talk- October 29, 2018

Much of the early Asian talk surrounded fears we would see a continuation of last weeks weakness, but from external rather than internally led . Despite the fact [...]

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