Goals Assisted from Weather

Wednesday, 12 September: Unfortunately, the record refuses to change and trade worries continue to loom over global markets and investors. Yesterday’s provocation from China contacting the WTO in regard to the US wasn’t enough to falter Wall Street, which had a strong session on Tuesday. However overnight Asian markets fell, the Nikkei dropped 0.27% alongside…

Mark Carney isn’t effing leaving!

Tuesday, 11 September: Markets have continued their mixed run of form this week. Japan’s Nikkei has begun with strong back to back sessions after going on a 6-day loss streak, today closing +1.3%. Global markets remain wary towards the next move in the trade spat between the world’s largest two economies, the US and China….

Economy Roars in July

Monday, 10 September: Despite murmuring trade tensions and emerging debt fears the FTSE managed to open the week with modest gains before these were slowly eroded during the session, ending in the index closing more or less unmoved on the day (+0.02%). Shortly after the open UK data released showed the positive effect this summer’s…

House of Ashley

Friday, July 10: markets turned risk averse to end the week, as the FTSE closed 0.97% lower as further trade woes and worries surrounding Turkey weighed on investors. European equities were all similar and Wall Street has opened their final session of the week very much in negative territory also. Losses on the day were…

Card Factory Delivers more Disappointment

Thursday, July 9: As concerns surrounding US and Chinese trade wars lingered as ever, there was no huge market movers today. Across Europe was generally positive, with Germany’s DAX closing a quarter percent higher, while France’s CAC 40 closed flat. In Asia this morning the Hang Seng managed to deliver yet again strong gains, finishing…

Investors Cash Out on Paddy Power Betfair

Wednesday, July 8: After a mixed session yesterday across global asset classes which resulted in the FTSE closing almost unmoved, rhetoric was if anything identical today. Although the Brexit no-deal sell-off has now gathered more pace and the drop in the value of the pound has consequently helped London bourses surge to close 0.75% higher…