Weekly Finance & Economic News | March 2 – March 8

March 9th, 2020|Categories: News|

US markets in sharp drop amid rollercoaster over coronavirus | The Guardian US stock markets closed sharply lower again on Thursday as fears about fallout from the virus outbreak sent more shudders through the financial world. The Dow Jones sank 968 points, or 3.6%, wiping out most of its surge of 1,173 points a day earlier. Treasury yields sank to more record lows as investors plowed money into low-risk [...]

Weekly Finance & Economic News | Feb 24 – Mar 1

March 2nd, 2020|Categories: News|

Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Friday | Investing  The coronavirus continues to spread across the world, as the number of confirmed cases jumps again in South Korea and Iran. Sub-Saharan Africa also contirms its first case. Asian and European stock markets fall sharply in the wake of Wall Street's Thursday panic, while Brent crude dips briefly below $50 a barrel. The Bundesbank acknowledges a likely [...]

Weekly Finance & Economic News | February 17-23

February 24th, 2020|Categories: News|

The Incoming Flood Of Japanese Money Into US Treasury Bonds | Forbes Even with global stocks reaching new record highs almost daily, the money flowing into global bond markets and falling yields has been the more surprising fact this year. As global Central Banks cut rates in the face of the coronavirus, or flood markets with liquidity, much of the cash is finding its way into bonds all around [...]

Weekly Finance & Economic News | February 10-16

February 16th, 2020|Categories: News|

Markets Hit By "Perfect Storm" As Stocks Slide On Surge In New Coronavirus Cases, Deaths | ZeroHedge The result has been a sharp drop in US equity futures and global stock prices, as it raised fresh questions about the scale of the crisis and more importantly, how long it will take China to truly contain the pandemic, even as markets had taken comfort from the World Health Organization’s emergency [...]

Weekly Finance & Economic News | February 3-9

February 10th, 2020|Categories: News|

"Made in China" Economic Hit Coming Right Up | Money Maven Apple, Starbucks and Ikea have temporarily closed stores in China. Shopping malls are deserted, threatening sales of Nike sneakers, Under Armour clothing and McDonald’s hamburgers. Factories making cars for General Motors and Toyota are delaying production as they wait for workers to return from the Lunar New Year holiday, which has been extended by the government to halt [...]

Relationship Between Gold and Oil in Financial Markets

February 4th, 2020|Categories: Analytics, News|

In the financial markets, gold is usually attributed to the “commodities” category. Along with gold, other metals such as silver, platinum, copper are also ascribed to this asset class. Commodities comprise a wide range of products in the like of cocoa, cotton, crude oil, minerals, gas and others. All these asset groups are traded on specialized mercantile exchanges. Commodities differ from stocks and bonds in a way that, they [...]

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