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21 October 2020 Oil Climbs While U.S. Lawmakers Discuss a Potential Aid Package Oil advanced in New York as U.S. lawmakers negotiated the size of a potential spending bill to boost economic recovery, presenting a rare bright spot for the demand outlook. U.S. crude futures rose above $41 a barrel amid optimism that lawmakers may break a months-long impasse in stimulus talks. Still, any deal may face stiff opposition […] 19 October 2020 Fed’s Powell: More important for U.S. to get digital currency right than be first In any development of a cross-border digital currency, it is more important for the United States “to get it right than be first,” U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Monday. “We do think it’s more important to get it right than to be first and getting it right means that we not only […] 18 October 2020 Economic Calendar – Top 5 Things to Watch This Week Earnings season is set to continue but is likely to be overshadowed by the lack of progress on fiscal relief and the increasing number of virus cases as the economic recovery falters. Reports on U.S. housing data, a key driver of growth and figures on initial jobless claims are the highlights of what is set […] 15 October 2020 Global Stocks Fall, Jobless Claims Due and Biden Poll Lead: What’s up in Markets Europe’s new virus measures send stocks tumbling. U.S. markets are set to open lower as Mnuchin talks down stimulus chances. Jobless claims are due. Biden leads Trump by 11 in a new poll, but the waters are muddied by fresh controversy over his son Hunter. And technical experts from OPEC meet to discuss the state […] 15 October 2020 Tiffany says sales rising through October The company, which is currently locked in a legal battle with French luxury giant LVMH (PA:LVMH) over its sale, said fourth-quarter earnings are expected to increase by mid-to-high single digit percentage from a year earlier. 7 October 2020 Rangebound Markets &Low Volatility; Are We Due for a Break? If there’s been a common thread across markets of late, it’s been the lack of volatility and a general wait-and-see attitude among traders. The VIX, which shot up to the mid-80s back in March, is currently sitting at 25, after setting a series of lower-highs at 44 and 38 in June and September, respectively. Crude oil has […] 7 October 2020 Singapore’s economic decline seen slowing in third quarter, central bank on hold FILE PHOTO: People walk at the central business district, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Singapore July 14, 2020. REUTERS/Edgar Su By Chen Lin and Aradhana Aravindan SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s economic decline is expected to have slowed significantly in the third quarter as the city-state loosened coronavirus curbs, giving the central bank room […] 30 September 2020 Oil extends losses as rising COVID-19 cases fuel demand concerns Oil prices extended losses on Wednesday on worries that rising coronavirus cases heading into the northern winter would lead to further restrictions on activity and curb demand for fuel. Brent crude dropped 48 cents, or 1.2%, to $40.55 per barrel by 0356 GMT. West Texas Intermediate fell 33 cents, or 0.8%, to $38.96. The benchmarks fell […] 30 September 2020 Alibaba cloud division to be profitable within FY2021: CFO Chinese tech giant Alibaba ‘s (N:BABA) cloud unit expects to be profitable within 2021, a senior executive said on Wednesday. Maggie Wu, chief financial officer of Alibaba, made the remarks at an livestreamed investor day event. The company, a dominant player in China’s cloud market, is fending off challenge from domestic rival Tencent (HK:0700) which is also […] 29 September 2020 OPEC’s Barkindo sees OECD oil stocks below five-year average after first quarter of 2021 Commercial oil inventories in OECD countries are expected to stand slightly above the five-year average in the first quarter of 2021, before falling below that level for the rest of the year, OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo said. The level of oil stockpiles in the developed OECD countries is a key benchmark for the policy […] 23 September 2020 Dollar Rises, PMI Woe & Tesla’s Flat Battery – What’s up in Markets on Wednesday The dollar hits a two-month high as the global economy stutters; Jerome Powell’s back in Congress for another day, Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA)’s battery ballyhoo falls flat, but Nike (NYSE:NKE) surges on blowout quarter, and oil inventory data are due from the U.S. government. Here’s what you need to know in markets on Wednesday, September 23rd. 1. Dollar hits […]
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