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Old Oct 5, 2018, 7:53pm   #86536
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A great day to score :-)
Stock markets have been penalized by rising interest rates on US bonds, which has left investors worried that stocks are overvalued as rising financing costs could hurt corporate earnings.
Economic data on the US economy continue to show signs of robustness, reinforcing the prospect of further US Federal Reserve interest increases, which will exacerbate the cost of financing quoted shares. This Friday, October 5, the US Department of Labor revealed that the unemployment rate dropped to 3.7% in September, a low of 1969. It is necessary to go back 48 years to find a level of unemployment so low in the US economy.
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Old Oct 9, 2018, 12:34am   #86537
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European markets ended down, with several sectors reporting losses of more than 1%. Banks were again particularly affected by the current situation in Italy.
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Old Oct 10, 2018, 2:17am   #86538
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Most European markets closed higher despite continued investor concerns about tensions between Italy and the European Union. The losses of the pharmaceutical sector contrasted with the gains registered by the Oil sector. Oil prices rose on international markets, the day the International Energy Agency warned that oil prices are rising too much, risking threatening the growth of the global economy. This agency calls on OPEC and other major producers to increase their supply. In Paris, Air-France-KLM registered a significant increase (5.19%), in the expectation that it will reach an agreement with the unions.
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Old Oct 11, 2018, 6:39am   #86539
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FTSE100 and in general European markets ended the session on Wednesday with sharp losses. The attentions remained focused on the unfolding of the political situation in Italy, which again conditioned the sentiment of global investors. In this context, the International Monetary Fund, in the report on Global Financial Stability released today, warned of the risk of contagion of the Italian situation for the whole financial system of the Euro Zone and global. However, it was the rise in yields in the USA and the subsequent negative reaction of the stock exchange in that country to dictate the direction of the European markets. The automotive sector and commodity producers were among the worst performers in face of exacerbating fears about global economic growth and rising US interest rates. In business terms, LVMH fell 7.14%, after having reported a slowdown in its sales. Other luxury goods companies also posted losses, after Morgan Stanley reduced its underweight recommendation.
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Old Oct 11, 2018, 9:39pm   #86540
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The fall in US markets and its rapid spread to Asian stock markets intensified risk aversion on European markets. The strong rise in yields and worries about global economic growth were at the root of this negative sentiment among investors. Thus, the financial and technological sectors led the falls. The oil sector also conditioned the performance of European indices on a day when the price of oil fell by more than 1%.
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Old Oct 12, 2018, 7:28pm   #86541
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The recovery that US futures and Asian stock exchanges got through last night inspired the FTSE. However and despite the positive sentiment coming from the Asian session, investors still showed some nervousness during today's session. In fact, most Old Continent indexes were able to achieve gains of more than 1% in the first hour of trading. Subsequently, these advances were being lost, as the initial impetus was losing conviction.
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