Now the “hot phase” of this autumn begins. The US reporting season reaches its first peak. 120 out of 500 S&P 500 companies present their figures this week, including the heavyweights Amazon, Microsoft, Intel, Boeing and Caterpillar. Are expectations once again so low that US companies are once again surpassing expectations and lifting US markets to new all-time highs, as many Wall Street analysts believe? Slightly positive signs in Asian trade despite the events in London over the weekend. It is very likely that the United Kingdom will not leave the EU on November 1st, because Brussels will probably be granted another postponement until February? Also today the Brexit-Headlines should move the markets again.
While the Dax is far away from its all-time high, the US leading index S&P 500 was close to it recently. However, it failed several times to overcome this all-time high. Chris Zwermann assumes that […]
The British Pound is falling. Since our last report on Friday at noon the chart shows a significant drop from 1.2658 to currently 1.2590. As we already reported, the Brexit hard-liner Boris Johnson is obviously […]
Donald Trump’s so highly anticipated speech was a single hymn of praise to himself and his politics. But what really interested the markets were above all the statements about China. Here, too, the usual statements […]