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psaTrading
Sep 15 2017 at 12:18
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As the next week’s FED meeting approaches, investors’ expectations for the US Central Bank’s position on how it will reduce its balance of 4200 000 M.USD in assets as a result of 8 years of an ultra-accommodating monetary policy. This week’s economic data should help investors design a preview of next week’s meeting.

psaTrading
Sep 15 2017 at 12:18
891 posts
Despite the immediate immediacy of the launch of new products, the market reaction to the Apple event turned out to be negative. Apple shares fell 0.80% in the session and later 0.18% in the afterhours session.

psaTrading
Sep 19 2017 at 07:15
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The Friday rally is explained, mainly, by the closing of futures and options. In addition to increasing exponentially the volume of the session, the maturity of this type of derivative contract has, in most cases, a positive impact on the stock market. Similarly, and still statistically speaking, the week following the quadruple witching tends to be negative for stock markets, while increasing volatility and declining stocks.

psaTrading
Sep 20 2017 at 06:29
891 posts
Tomorrow prudence should mark the session, with investors waiting for FED (tomorrow) and Bank of Japan (Thursday) meetings.

psaTrading
Sep 20 2017 at 06:30
891 posts
Statistically speaking, the week following the quadruple witching tends to be negative for stock markets, while increasing volatility and declining stocks.

psaTrading
Sep 21 2017 at 06:54
891 posts
The FED has a balance sheet in the order of 4500 000 M.USD in assets of various kinds, but mostly bonds, as a result of the acquisitions conducted to resolve the 2009 financial crisis. After several years, with the economy in solid expansion and with the financial sector the FED intends to reduce this gigantic balance sheet without causing major effects on the economy and the financial system. This is an unprecedented task, so the Central Bank will be a pioneer and should set its course as this process unfolds.

psaTrading
Sep 22 2017 at 07:15
891 posts
The FED meeting caused a sharp rise in US yields, a move that affected its European counterparts early in the session.

psaTrading
Sep 24 2017 at 06:27
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Asian markets closed with contained losses in a session marked by a negative surrounding. The North Korean Foreign Minister warned that his country could test a hydrogen bomb in Pacific waters. This announcement generated a risk aversion but only assumed more significant proportions in the South Korean market, with the local currency reaching the low of the last month against the US Dollar. In a more economic sphere, Standard & Poor’s reduced Chinese rating of AA- to A +, citing the strong growth of credit assignment as the main risk to the economy, fueling speculation in some economic activities and making investments with little rational economic development.

psaTrading
Sep 26 2017 at 06:22
891 posts
Markets closed lower as investors reacted to yet another proclamation by North Korea and the uncertain political context in post-secessional Germany. Pyongyang authorities have defined the words of the American President as being “a declaration of war” at the United Nations. In China, the main indexes suffered losses of around 1% after local authorities announced that new measures will be introduced to control the strong real estate speculation that characterizes several areas of the country.

psaTrading
Sep 28 2017 at 06:50
891 posts
The Euro broke the support of the 1.18 against the Dollar. This level is very important in the medium-term technical situation of the common currency because it signals an increase in the likelihood of a correction. A downturn in the Euro favors several European sectors such as the automobile, the industrial, etc. However, this positive impact does not always translate into an increase in their shares. Sometimes the devaluation of the Euro results in a mere overperformance of the exporting sectors compared to the others.

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