Blog/Market Talk

Market Talk – September 21, 2015

In Asia, the Hang Seng could not climb out of the red all day and eventually closed down –— 0.75%. As always, the Shanghai had a volatile session, initially [...]

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Market Talk – September 14, 2015

Asian equities traded on the heavy side today (Nikkei -1.63% and Shanghai -2.67%), and so followed Europe. However, the U.S. market appeared most nervous of [...]

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Market Talk – September 12, 2015

It was a mixed session for Asia yesterday after what has been a very volatile week. The talk remains as to what China’s next move would/should be and “if” [...]

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Market Talk – September 9, 2015

Asia saw some very strong gains on rumors of renewed Chinese intervention with the Nikkei producing its strongest one-day rise since 2008 (1,343 points +7.7%). The [...]

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Market Talk — September 8, 2015

Asia saw a mixed session where most markets were lower but talk of intervention in China saw a very healthy bounce in the last few minutes of trading (Nikkei [...]

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Market Talk – September 2, 2015

Asia produced a mixed session for equity markets today with all majors closing in the red. Not too much gossip as most players were digesting the ADP report, [...]

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Market Talk — September 1, 2015

You can always expect a quiet session when one of the major centers are out for a bank holiday, and that was what we saw yesterday. Not that dealers needed much of [...]

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Market Talk — August 28, 2015 at Mid-Session

A mixed bag for equity markets across the globe today with two out of three core Asian indices closing higher. The Nikkei and Shanghai produced impressive 3%+ [...]

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Market Talk — August 28, 2015

Everyone is feeling good about themselves as the rebound in stocks continues. It is fair to say that all markets closed between 2–3% higher on the day. After [...]

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Market Talk – August 24, 2015

“Wild” is an understatement to describe today’s equity market moves. Some say the Chinese are at fault for their unexpected move in currency, but whatever [...]

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