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Opinion – Wednesday 21 October 2020

U.S Indices closed higher as Stimulus hopes boosted markets. Yesterday was a volatile trading session with plenty of two-way price action with markets closing well off their intra-day high. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s office said she and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin were closer to resolving policy differences holding up a Stimulus agreement. And Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that he would put a bipartisan bill to a vote if it had the backing of the White House. There was also good news on the vaccine front. Moderna’s CEO said the company could file for emergency use authorisation for its COVID-19 vaccine as early as December. And AstraZeneca’s U.S. trial for its vaccine candidate could reportedly restart as soon as this week. In terms of economic data, Housing Starts missed estimates, but Building Permits beat expectations. This is another sign of strength for the housing market. The S&P led the equity rally closing with a gain of 0.47%. European Equity Markets also closed higher. European Union officials said they expect post-Brexit trade talks to resume in London next week despite the U.K.’s insistence for concessions to be made prior. The German government is said to be considering enacting tax incentives to boost stock market participation. German Producer Price Index data for September were stronger than expected, rising versus August, signalling that demand for raw materials is rising. And more support could be coming from across Europe. A poll of economists signalled more stimulus on the way from the Bank of England next month. Elsewhere, Oil closed 1% higher after OPEC pledged support for the Oil markets, while Gold rose on Dollar weakness.

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Opinion – Tuesday 20 October 2020

U.S Markets rose at the open, before falling in a volatile trading session as the S&P closed 1.63% lower. Stimulus headlines were mixed, after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said she is hopeful a Stimulus deal will be signed before the election despite differences...

Opinion – Monday 19 October 2020

U.S. Equity Markets rebounded for most of the day, but finished Friday weak, after their sell-off over the previous few days. Economic data was mixed. Retail Sales rose by more than expected, in a positive note for consumer spending. That is the fifth straight month...


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