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Opinion – Friday 5 August 2022

U.S. Equity Markets finished yesterday’s session mixed, following a quiet trading session in which the Dow fell 0.26% while the NASDAQ 100 closed with a 0.44% gain. Markets were mostly lower Thursday, as markets stagnated following Wednesday’s big rally. Weekly Initial Jobless Claims came in at 260,000, matching consensus expectations and marking another weekly increase. And 30-year mortgage rates continue to fall back from their recent highs, dipping below 5%. Investors look ahead to this afternoon’s July Non-Farm Payroll numbers and next week’s Consumer Price Index reading for July. Within the S&P 500, 7 of 11 sectors finished higher. European Markets closed higher. The Bank of England hiked rates by the expected 0.50% while also calling for an extended economic downturn. They also revised upward the peak inflation projection for the fourth quarter to 13%. The European Central Bank (“ECB”) Consumer Expectations Survey showed consumers expect inflation to be worse in 12 months and economic growth will be negative. This follows the ECB Economic Bulletin which warns of sustained inflation due to high energy prices. In Asia, Encouraging U.S. data and earnings helped to ease markets as geopolitical tensions remain high. Beijing continued military exercises surrounding Taiwan as economic sanctions continue. China injected $47 billion in public funds into small and midsize banks as the country’s lenders struggle from a decline in economic activity. India’s central bank is expected to raise rates 0.50% Friday, returning the country’s borrowing rate to pre-pandemic levels. Elsewhere, Oil fell 2.57% while Gold rose 1.55% on a weaker Dollar.

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For anyone following my Platinum Service it lost 50 points yesterday and is now ahead by 817 points for August, having made 2660 points in July, following a gain of 3371 points in June. The Service made 3651 points in May, after making 762 points in April, following a gain of 5883 points in March. The Platinum Service made an impressive 5324 points in February, after ending January with a gain of 3878 points, more than making up for December’s 932 points loss. Since I started this New Platinum Service in June 2015 it has averaged a monthly gain of over 1600 points. I have a YouTube Channel which contains recent interviews I have given This can be viewed by clicking

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Opinion – Thursday 4 August 2022

U.S. Equity Markets finished yesterday’s session higher led by the 2.73% surge in the NASDAQ 100. This move higher saw the VIX reverse most of this week’s gains with a loss of 8.27%. Markets were higher as the Institute for Supply Management's July Services Purchasing...

Opinion – Wednesday 3 August 2022

Following a volatile trading session U.S. Equity Markets finished the day lower led by the 1.23% fall in the Dow, resulting in the VIX closing higher by a further 5% at a price of 23.93. Markets were lower Tuesday as numerous Federal Reserve officials quell notions of...


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